Nigerian food TV by Nky Lily Lete, a microbiologist, Nigerian food blogger and vlogger. Nky enjoys cooking for her family and friends. If you have ever heard of any Nigerian food but never seen it, go to Nky's Nigerian Food TV and you'll find it. Her images will make you want to lick your screen.



My active kitchen by Ajoke. If you like Nigerian and Carribbean food, her blog is where to be. Ajoke loves to create and cooks with a passion. Would you like to see and taste ata rodo jam? then, check out My active kitchen.


3. South paw group food blog also called Iq food platter owned by Iquo Ukoh who is trained as a dietician and has worked as a dietetics, so she is very verse and trust me, she won't give s what will add calories. She knows how to make us eat healthy and lose weight. People like me who prefer natural whole foods and ingredients, there is a feature on that blog for us, just check it out.


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4. Knorr cube has a food website that if you do not know, then I don't know what to say to you. Knorr cubes are found in every Nigerian kitchen I have ever entered. If we love knorr cubes that much, then we'll surely enjoy their recipes. Lovely pictures that can make you turn on the cooker at 3am. Check them out.


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5. Sisijemimah.com owned by the beautiful Sisi Jemimah herself. The recipes on her blog are just wow! Looking at the pictures alone is enough to make me hungry. See this yam porridge guys, can you beat that? Check out the food enthusiastist's food blog and cook your way into your hubby's heart. She also has lovely food pictures on her Instagram page.


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6. Dobby's signature by Dobby Okonkwo, the beautiful graphic designer. She is not a professional chef but her recipes are fantastic. you will find Day to Day Nigerian recipes and pictures with some infusions from other parts of the Globe. The blog also features a lifestyle section known as Street foodie waka where the host “Dobby” explores meals outside the walls of her kitchen. This includes Foodie Adventures, Product reviews, Events, Restaurant reviews and a host of others.

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7. All Nigerian recipes by Flo Maduekwe. A wonderful Nigerian lady who works in the oil exploration industry and still creates t ime to cook Nigerian delicacies and share with millions all over the world. There is the All Nigerian recipes happening blog with trending updates and the website with everything Nigerian food, Nigerian ingredients, and recipes well arranged under Chicken Recipes, Cocoyam Recipes, Drinks Recipes, Fish Recipes, Fufu Recipes, Kids Recipes, Plantain Recipes, Potato Recipes, Rice Recipes, Salad Recipes, Small Chops, Snacks Recipes, Soups Recipes, Stews Recipes, Yam Recipes and so much more about Nigerian recipes.
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8. Matse cooks founded by the beautiful Matse Uwatse Nnoli. Matse Cooks is a Nigerian and African food blog with some western fusions. An expression of one of the many talents of the multiple award winning, Nigerian Media Personality, She leaves no stone unturned... this blog intends to educate and interact with her followers on food and drinks from all around the black continent and all over the world. Matse Cooks is about sharing experiences through sight, sound, taste and touch from different cultures, destinations and locations. It also serves as a platform for sharing news, kitchen tips, interviews and breakthroughs in the art of cooking.
20140301_163617 (1)9. Kauna Kitchen by the creative Uneku Haruna-Jegede. Her blog shares both Nigerian and western recipes and here's what she has to say about her kitchen: After the bathroom, it is my favourite place to be. My kitchen is my drama set and I get to play all the stage roles depending on the day. I have produced all sorts of meal genres in my kitchen; some meals have been horrific; others have caused me to have a very good laugh; some sparked the spirit of romance in my home (worked like a love potion on my husband…lol),… you get the drift. I love my kitchen because, I get the opportunity to be creative, test the limits, take risks, make blunders, forgive myself, make more blunders, and do so many other things in the comfort of my home without any distractions or inhibitions. So it is from this place and some other locations that I will be sharing a number of my experiences with you. Check out Kauna Kitchen.

10. Funke Oleosho's food blog. Check out this Nigerian food blog for well categorized nigerian recipes: Plantain Food Ideas
Rice Recipes
Zobo Food Ideas
Yam Recipes
Food Profiles
Dessert Food Ideas
Canapes
Finger Food Ideas
Bean Recipes
Nigerian Fruits
Kiddies Recipes
Salad Ideas
Cakes
Snack Food Ideas. Visit the blog and see for yourself.


11. wives connection food blog is awesome with step by step cooking pictures and very easy to find ingredients. Aunty Eya, your simplicity and methods of cooking are so fast and I love the fact that you and other blog readers who posted there insist on not taking too long preparing one meal. I have personally tried many of those recipes and they never disappoint. I can't list best food blogs in Nigeria without mentioning wives connection food blog.



12. Foodiciary is a lifestyle blog that serves its growing audience with reviews and recipes about African food and cuisine, including drinks and the best restaurants that provide them within the region.
The blog was launched in February 2013 by Racheal, a stay-at-home entrepreneur who quit her full-time banking job to build a blog business. Racheal spends 90% of her free time in the kitchen and loves baking things. Her hobbies also include trying new recipes and restaurants.
She runs The Foodiciary with her hubby, Loy, a food lover and together they both make up the team at The Foodiciary, where they share some of their home-made cooking, food and restaurant guides and travel experiences along with those of their friends and family.
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13. All Nigerian Foods owned by Chy Anegbu, here is what she has to say: Over the years I have thought of ways to share my cooking trick and tips with the rest of world. I started making Nigerian foods as far back as 1992, I still remember my first pot of soup.
Over the last 20 years I have learned a lot from my mother’s kitchen and have more than expanded the whole idea in my own kitchen, I just want to help you to make delicious Nigerian foods, you can always start with Nigerian jellof rice
I try to make this site as comprehensive and interesting as possible by using both detailed articles and videos to show you how to make delicious Nigerian foods. Most of the videos you find here were made in my own very kitchen (in the Nigerian Kitchen).
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14. 9jafoodie by Ronke Edoho, Ronke is a home cook, CPA, Health/Wellness student , all-round food enthusiast and future farmer . her dream is to make an impact on every step of the food chain, from farm to table.
her recipes are rooted in tradition & often presented with a little modern flair. Traditional African recipes have a tendency to appear complicated, but her goal with this blog is to simplify them as much as possible. With the new recipes she creates, the goal is that they serve a purpose beyond appeal.
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14. Biscuit bone blog by a very well travelled Nigerian, here is what she says about her blog; I’m a recent culinary school grad with an ever increasing passion for food and the industry at large. Although I’m pretty new to the game — officially began my culinary journey in June 2011 — I’m quite content with how much I’ve grown over the past several months and the experiences I’ve had. From meeting chefs who I’ve admired for years to cooking at some of the most exquisite restaurants, I’ve learnt and continue to learn at the kind of bumpy rate that often leads to success *fingers crossed*
Whether it’s the memories of being eight and first learning to make chicken nuggets from my then au pair, Petra, or stumbling upon the Food Network while lazily flicking through channels in my college dorm, it’s hard to pinpoint when exactly my food fascination began. All of that almost seems so far away now, as I delve deeper and deeper into this passion.
I’m Nigerian and have lived in a number of countries — England, Togo, Wales, United States and Spain — that have contributed to my development in many ways. The most obvious is my interest in travel and exploration. This blog will focus primarily on fusing African food with other cultures, whilst educating readers about the diversity of the continent.



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15. Immaculate bites by Imma, her food blog cooks basically afro carribbean recipes, check it out and increase your kitchen options.

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16. Avartsy cooking. AvartsyCooking is owned and founded by Yetunde A., who is also the editor of AvartsyCooking.com. The blog began in December 2008 as a way to archive photos of Yetunde’s cooking. Yetunde was inspired to start the blog mainly because she noticed a dearth online for Nigerian food recipes and pictures. AvartsyCooking is known today for its detailed recipes and step-by-step guides

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17. Afrolems is an African food blog with a specialization in Nigerian Food. theirrmain focus is to stylize African food so it can be internationalized. They aim to educate their followers with kitchen tips, Cooking Know-hows and interesting recipes from all over Africa and just modifications of recipes from other cultures. They also like to play with foreign recipes as well.



18. Tatashey by Abby. She is a food lover, cooks a lot and blogs about random titbits of her life. Abby's main goal for the website is to showcase West African recipes in an appealing way.




19. Dooney's Kitchen by the most creative Dunni Obata. Here is what she says on her About Page: Dooney’s Kitchen is about redefining and promoting Nigerian food. It aims to give Nigerian food the identity that it deserves. For too long, Nigerian food has hidden under the umbrella term “African food”, and it is a term we at Dooney’s Kitchen strongly disagree with. Although similarities abound with, like you will find in countries across Europe and Asia, but distinct cuisines also exist on those continents, like French, Italian, Spanish, Thai, Indian, etc and that is what we are striving to do with Nigerian food. Decades from now, Nigerian cuisine will stand proudly, recognised as a unique entity of its own. Check out Dunni's for more Nigerian recipes.

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20. Nigerian lazy chef. Don't be fooled by the name. The recipes on this blog will make your mouth water. The blog is owned by Nma who never liked to cook growing up but has now grown to love cooking. Visit the blog for more.