Frequently Asked Questions

All products are manufactured in the U.K

Season the meat well, pour sauce over, then stew for 20 to 25 minutes. Salt to taste. Or Pour sauce into a sauce pan, add a dash of oil, simmer for 10 minutes, add washed and diced vegetable, simmer for another 5 to 10 minutes. Salt to taste. Serve with boiled rice, chips, spaghetti or bread, etc.

Yes. You can season red or white meat and pour the sauce unto the seasoned meat and casserole for 25 to 30 minutes, gas mark 4 (180*).

Yes. Pour into a sauce pan, add some oil, simmer for 10 minutes, then add fish, simmer for 5 to 10 minutes. Salt to taste.

Alafia* Tomato cooking sauce can be served on a bed of rice, or with pasta, chips, rice and peas, eaten with bread or used as pizza topping. Potent Peanut cooking sauce can be served on a bed of rice or Cous cous or with chips. It goes well too with Milli meal (Dzadza) and is fantastic with steamed broccoli. Balangwu* Suya is good with any Red meat, a revival for mutton! It can also be used as a vegetarian stir fry. Spicy Odeiga Paste is good with any White meat - pork, chicken, turkey. It can also be used for Creole Vegetarian Stir fry.

Yes! Spicy Odeiga Paste can be used for Creole Vegetable Stir Fry. Simply stir fry your vegetables (e.g haricot beans, mange tout, baby corn cubs, kidney beans, carrots) with onions, add some salt, 1 to 2 level desert spoonful of the paste and stir fry for 2 minuites, cover and allow to steam through; serve with plain boiled rice or any carbohydrate of your choice. Balangwu Suya Paste can be used similarly as above, for Nubian Vegetable Stir Fry, but use only 1 to 2 level teaspoonful of the paste. Serve with plain boiled rice or any carbohydrate of your choice.