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Obariba said:
mama put n. a small food stand or restaurant.
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1998 Maurice O Ene Usenet: soc.culture.nigeria (Nov. 25) “Nweke Ntioba ”: He complained to everyone in the village… how the “mama-put” ladies failed to understand his refusal to pay for a not-too-hot soup. *2001 [Babawilly] Babawilly’s Dictionary of Pidgin English Words and Phrases (Nigeria): Mama-put: Road side food seller so called because customers frequently beg for extra helpings by saying “Mama abeg put more now.” 2002 All Africa (Feb. 15) “150 Years On—Memories of Slavery Re-Echoed in Breadfruit, Lagos”: All around the adjoining streets…market officials, colonial clerks gather in twos and threes savouring local delicacies at mama put joints littering the streets. 2004 Sam Umukoro, Dafe Ivwurie Vanguard (Apapa, Nigeria) (May 23) “Ozekhome: A generalissimo in whom 72 kings are well pleased”: We asked the chief who hails from Iviukwe in Etsako East Local Government Area of Edo State if he visits these eateries popularly called “mama put” in Nigerian parlance. His words: “Yes, even now I like eating in the bukateria. I like this mama put system where you go to the pot and point out the orisirisi (assortment of meat), the edo (liver) the saki, the ponmo and the rest.
Aaaah! I see. Thanks for clarifications.
 

mamarita

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Obariba said:
I need a Chin Chin recipe please !!!!
2 cups flour
1/3 cup of sugar
1/4 cup of butter
1/4 cup of milk
2 teaspoons of bakin powder

OIL AND PAN

You know d basics....mix the flour, sugar and baking powder in a bowl, add the butter and milk and so some mixing, work the batter with your hands, if you don't mix it well, the results wouldn't be very palatible...
Let the pastry seat for a while, maybe 30 minutes, "flour" your cutting board, get to cutting and frying...you don't want the oil too hot else you'll get u some burnt on the outside, uncooked on the side type chin chins...
 

Obariba

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tHANKS !!!!!

mamarita said:
2 cups flour
1/3 cup of sugar
1/4 cup of butter
1/4 cup of milk
2 teaspoons of bakin powder

OIL AND PAN

You know d basics....mix the flour, sugar and baking powder in a bowl, add the butter and milk and so some mixing, work the batter with your hands, if you don't mix it well, the results wouldn't be very palatible...
Let the pastry seat for a while, maybe 30 minutes, "flour" your cutting board, get to cutting and frying...you don't want the oil too hot else you'll get u some burnt on the outside, uncooked on the side type chin chins...
 
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mealone said:
boil your rice with meat stock, or chicken broth.
when it's done,
microwave yah mixed veggeies
put some butter and oil in the pot,
when it's hot, fry your shrimps, mix it with the fried veggies and ad
a lil salt, maggi, curry, tyme, black pepper, a lil flavor accent(optional)
pour the already boiled rice and mix everything alltogether.

serve with boiled egg or meat

kapish!!!!!
mee i tried this recipe 4 my hubby`s birthday on monday and it was not only quite easy but very delicious. thanks :)
 
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Sola said:
Requesting permission to post some of these recipes HERE

Thanks! I knew you were going to say OK! :)
I no see chitterlings (isi-ewu) fior there!







abi e dey barabric in a way shebi? BUT, na big man food for igbo land O!
 
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