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Unlike some of the restaurants in this area, the staff at the Nigerian Kitchen go above and beyond to If I lived in Uptown or nearby, this restaurant would get my dollars all the time. Reminded me so much of my own mother's cooking.


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Garnished with fresh herbs and citrus zest, the dish should explode the senses — a riot of red and green on the plate, a fierce tangy aroma in the air and a lingering heat on palate. Prop Stylist: Paige Hicks. I have a vivid memory of experiencing this soup for the first time as a child, in a hot and crowded kitchen, the fragrance and steam rising from the pot. I grew up near Agege, a small town that has now been swallowed up inside the ever-growing Lagos metropolitan area, and that gave the bread its name. How about a nice chunk to dip in your obe ata for lunch? Nigeria is a country three times the size of Italy, and it has just as many regional cuisines. They are what I share first when I cook in my Brooklyn home for friends old and new. But there are sacrifices. West African yams, which appear often in Nigerian cooking, are larger, much starchier, denser and less fibrous than American yams or sweet potatoes, with stark white flesh. Every region of Nigeria has a version of stewed greens, in which the greens are paired with intensely flavorful pantry items to create a complex dish. But for Africans in the diaspora longing for a taste, this adapted version is good for any occasion when a grill is ready to go. And what was inside the pot? These memories also linger as food experiences: What is a fried chicken sandwich? Braising meat is a common technique in Nigerian cooking. The addition of meat makes obe ata irresistible, especially after their flavors have had a chance to meld in the pot. The versions made by Igbo and Yoruba cooks may contain fewer ingredients, but will feature delicately sweet calabash nutmeg and smoky selim peppers in the mixture. Still, we Nigerians are fiercely proud of our jollof, and the fiery tanginess that greets your palate. When it comes to jollof rice, the debate is playful, passionate and — among West Africans of different nationalities — endlessly ongoing. You may go to great lengths to find selim pepper, calabash nutmeg and uziza seeds, but it will be worth it: Each sip of the whole fish pepper soup is like a loud refrain singing to your senses. It is a responsibility that I do not take lightly. View this recipe in NYT Cooking. I like to think of fried sweet plantains as the perfect side to help temper the spice that Nigerian cuisine is known for, and this recipe does just that. When it is explored in depth, our cuisine reveals the nuances of regions and peoples, and those of diaspora and return. Know that every time you make it, even the slightest alterations will lead to wonderful and surprising outcomes. Red palm oil suffuses dishes from the south. The Niger Delta blends contain anywhere from eight to 12 components. In a country where dozens of ethnic groups interact, we have developed a cuisine that transcends tribal boundaries, recipes that can be considered national dishes. Want a few slices with your stewed eggs in the morning? To accomplish the variety of textures that make the dish stand out, each recipe should be approached with patience and a sense of adventure. One way to capture Nigerian cuisine in a sentence is to say that, for me, it provokes the senses in a way that mashed potatoes, cheese pizza and chicken noodle soup simply do not. These dishes are primarily informed by the cuisine of the southwest, the part of the country where I grew up. Do not be burdened by notions of authenticity. But my life in America, and my career in food, began with this sense of bewilderment, and a search for that which would anchor me. Suya is a popular Nigerian street food made of thin strips of meat that are generously seasoned, skewered and grilled. A whole habanero with seeds will lend its gentle, lingering heat to the jollof rice. Its ports have always been a center for trade and commerce in Africa. View the recipe in NYT Cooking. Pepper is not meant to overburden your palate, but to stimulate it with an interplay of flavors, and to bring your mouth to life. My quest to connect with the food of my childhood really began only a few years ago. Dodo is the word in Yoruba for fried ripe plantains, and the cut of the plantain determines its place at the table: Nice thick slices on the bias are typically served as a main course with stewed meat, while smaller diced cubes or rounds are served as a side dish. If you have to experience culture shock, New Jersey is a fascinating place to do it. Similarities to its closest culinary relative, the Senegalese national dish thiebou djeun, are immediately apparent. To whom does it belong? That works too. The past, no matter how distant, grows within us. It is difficult to say which spices are crucial and which can be omitted. Obe ata is the base sauce, and red palm kernel oil adds richness, but umami-rich staples like fermented locust beans, dried crayfish and smoked fish or chunks of air-dried cod steal the show. Amaranth greens called tete in Yoruba, and known as callaloo across the Caribbean and in the United States are the greens of choice for efo riro. These fries are easier to make, and are a well-known snack and side dish. Missing from the oven version is the slightly smoked flavor you get from the little bits of rice that have browned on the bottom of the pan. Plantains are omnipresent in Nigerian cooking — fried, grilled, boiled, dried, powdered, sweet or not. The bread is now found wherever Nigerians are. Pepper soup is a brothy stew made with seafood or meat, a blend of toasted spices and chiles. Also ubiquitous are the oil-stained newspaper pages that the meat skewers are wrapped in. As a street food, suya is rarely made at home. I was born in Berlin and raised in Lagos, Nigeria. We use everything we can. It was once the only site of a large wholesale bakery that made and distributed the loaves all over Lagos. Efo riro is a version particular to the Yorubas and can be found on menus and in kitchens all around Lagos and the southwestern part of the country. Beginning in the 15th century, the Lagos port served as an exit point for the trans-Atlantic slave trade, and in later years, a point of entry for a number of repatriated slaves from Brazil. This preparation is particular to northern Nigeria and began as a method of meat preservation for the Hausa and Fulani nomadic people who rear cattle in the desert that spans the region. This is our party rice, served at ceremonies and celebrations. After 15 years working in the food world — in bakeries, restaurant pastry kitchens and test kitchens — and developing recipes in cuisines familiar to American readers, I began asking questions about whose culture was being reflected in the food I was making. 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I have found that the best way to do it is to make it in the oven, which relieves me of an hour of checking and stirring the pot. The blend of spices in the soup can vary by region. Obe ata is the Nigerian mother sauce for soups and stews, and my versatile, back-pocket sauce whenever I need an accompaniment for starches. As such, I had to leave out recipes that are among my favorites, like nkwobi. This bread is not meant to dazzle you. I was 16 when I arrived, and I was required to attend classes at a community college for a semester before I could join my older brother at a four-year school in Maryland. It was bewildering in every way. Now I have been asked by The Times to develop a collection of 10 essential Nigerian recipes. I like to serve this dish at my dinner parties. The broth surrounding the head was cloudy with herbs and spices. Nigeria is vast, and its dishes reflect the geographic, cultural and ethnic divides that exist within our country. 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