14 Top Nigerian Food Bloggers You Should Follow On Instagram

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One of the things to identify Nigerians is their love for food. Local Delicacies to be precise, it’s no wonder there’s always this hype about foods in Owambe.

Nigerians like to put their hands on new recipes and try out different ways to prepare their dishes, thankfully we have some very skilled female chefs to guide us.

So the next time you want to try a new recipe, simply check out these Instagram accounts.

1. Sisi_Jemimah (Jemimah Adebiyi)

Jemimah Adebiyi is one of Nigeria’s famous food bloggers when it comes to trying new Native rice recipes, Sisi is definitely your go too.

Sisi_jemimah always gives detailed step-by-step preparation methods. Just take a look at that native fried rice.

2. Sisi_Yemmie (Yemisi Odusanya)

Yemisi Odusanya is a food blogger that is well known for her creativity in preparing Native soup. Mere looking at this pot of seafood okra, you’ll start drooling.

3. Zeeliciousfoods (Winifred Emmanuel)

Winifred Emmanuel is also one of those food bloggers you check their page out and you’re already salivating. In case you’ve been thinking of yamarita, well you’re welcome.

4. 9jaFoodie (Ronke Edoho)

See ehn, Ronke Edoho “9jafoodie” would make you question random foods that you eat daily, her swallows especially certainly went to Harvard.

Also read, Nigerian Food Blogger, Matse Cooks Named In List Of Top 121 Food Bloggers In The World

5. Matsecooks (Matse Uwatse)

I put it to you that Matse Uwatse page is one of those you go to and do not want to leave, Matse has a way of making the food enter your eyes, so if you’re a foodie like me, that’s a page you want to check. Just look at our regular Akara and bread.

6. Ify’s kitchen (Ify Monye Mogekwu)

Ify can cook up a storm, dear women, I said a storm and it certainly always look yummy.

Just take a look at that Potatoes and noodles.

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Choose one. Noodles or Potatoes?

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7. Dooneyskitchen (Dunni Obata)

Dear women, we know how important our chops are, so does Dooneyskitchen, Check out the puff puff and Asun.

8. Dobbyssignature (Adaobi Okonkwo)

This is another page, you would enjoy going through for food inspiration, Dobbyssignature keeps you engaged.

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9. Thekitchenmuse (Bukie Akinmade)

I’m pretty sure, you would get lost in thekitchenmuse page, I can bet on it. Just take a minute to appreciate that Ofada rice.

10. Dishes_by_q (Queeneth Odimegwu)

For those of you who enjoy Pasta, there’s always a new Pasta recipe by Queeneth. So feeling stuck, just check her page.

11. Kikifoodies

Just look at such goodness.

12. Diaryofakitchenlover (Tolani)

Bored of cooking the same kind of dish? say no more, diaryofakitchenlover got you.

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COCONUT CHICKEN CURRY 😍😍 This recipe is a BANGER! I used Chicken breast Coconut milk Coconut oil Coconut flakes Curry Fresh thyme Fresh rosemary Italian seasoning Spices (pepper, seasoning powder, onion powder, salt) Bell pepper Sweet corn Super easy and tastes tooooo nice 🙆‍♀️🙆‍♀️😀. . Who’s trying this???? 💃💃💃. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #blogging #diaryofakitchenlover #kitchenqueen #foodie #foodblogger #naijafood #foodphotography #kitchenhacks #onlyinnigeria #africanfoods #kitchenlover #cookingtips #nigerianjollof #nigeriansabroad #foodstylist #nigerianbreakfast #ingredients #kitchendiaries #nigerianfoodblogger #nigerianfood #recipecreator #foodplatting #nigerianmeals #cookingclass #chickencurrysauce #africanfood #nigerianbreakfast #chickencurry #coconutcurrysoup #coconutcurry

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13. Foodace

Food ace just makes food look so good.

14. 1qfoodplatter (Iquo Ukoh)

This another page, where you get ideas and ask yourself why you’ve never thought of such.