This tasty and healthy dish, which I make often, comes from Nigeria. It uses mature amaranth greens, which are called tete in the Yoruba language.
In times of distress, it is not uncommon for Christians and non Christians to turn to God in prayer. Praying to God through Mary is an ancient Catholic practice. This prayer is imploring the Blessed Mother of Jesus and co-redemptrix with Christ, to intercede for us in this unprecedented times.
While Jesus Christ is our mediator with the Father in a special way, the Blessed Virgin Mary, is our mediatrix of divine graces.
Akara (bean cake) is widely eaten in Nigeria. I remember growing up and eating akara almost every day for breakfast. Unlike moyi-moyi, which is steamed, akara is deep-fried.
Mary is the most admirable divine mother of Jesus, a role model for all of us. As a Catholic Christian, Mary’s life has been an inspiring example of humility for me
Chin-chin is a sweet, fried crunchy snack made out of wheat flour. It is very popular in Nigeria and most of West Africa. It is also popular amongst the Gujarati Indians where it is called Shakarpara.
Zoborodo drink is made with the red calyces of the Roselle plant, a species of hibiscus. It is a popular drink in many countries, and is known by different names. In Nigeria, it is called zobo or zoborodo.
The ideas presented in this Hub are meant to help beginning teachers proactively manage many day-to-day challenging situations that may occur in the classroom, which can take up valuable instructional time.
Moyi-Moyi (steamed beans cake), is widely eaten in Nigeria and most of West Africa as a meal or snack. This recipe uses bell peppers as an alternative to Thaumatococcus daniellii Leaves.