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Title: WELCOME TO KANOONLINE'S RECIPE HAVERN
Post by: ummita on May 05, 2004, 01:23:38 AM
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Are you a food-a-holic? But you still eat right? Do you love to munch, crunch and discuss mouthwatering delights? You?ve come to the right place. Exchange recipes, chat about your favourite foods, discuss restaurants and eateries and find helpful kitchen tips.

You are absolutely welcome to post any of your recipes and get a variety of kanoonline recipes cooking in your kitchen!!. Teach & learn about African & Continental mouthwatering,succulent,mouthnourishing,tasty meal. A womans place is in the kitchen or so they say, but men can also go in and cook, or why not learn? Men you can improve your cooking skills, learn how to prepare some great meals that you thought were too difficult to manage? Find out recipes for everyday meals, to special occasions. Suprise freinds & family with new dishes. Hajiya, the secrets right here!!!! Dish out a tasty meal for your maigida. Bachelors worry no more..........get your recipes here.

So share with us the wonders of your good cooking tips and recipes. :arrow:  Pick up and drop the secret recipe to a tasty meal.
Title: WELCOME TO KANOONLINE'S RECIPE HAVERN
Post by: Hafsy_Lady on May 05, 2004, 08:37:03 PM
This is so nice.  The cookery forum is looking cute and berriful. Its a good idead to have a recipe forum, so that we can learn about other peoples culture and they can learn ours in a "pot cooking style" duk mu taru a tukunya daya. :D Looking forward to learning and it give me GREAT pride to teach others lol, especially you know who: as we have this popular saying (MEN CANT COOKS) :lol: .
Title: WELCOME TO KANOONLINE'S RECIPE HAVERN
Post by: Surayya Galadanci on May 07, 2004, 11:56:42 AM
Hello,
Just joined the house. Am very impressed with the cooking forum. A haka ma, wasu da basu san ir-iren abincin gargajiyanmu ba, da yadda ake sarfantata za su iya koya. And as Hafsatu, said zamuiya koya ma maza girki.
Title: WELCOME TO KANOONLINE'S RECIPE HAVERN
Post by: Twinkle on May 07, 2004, 02:13:56 PM
Dat's rite gurls, Ai ya kamata duk suzu su koya, kinga ba kullun mata zasu ringa shiga kitchen.  8)

Oya!!      OOO''BOYSSSSSSS,  Tyme 4 cooking lessons!!! wai kunga Kofa har yasa apron, "aji fryin pan din, ba dashi za'a yi ba"  :P
Title: WELCOME TO KANOONLINE'S RECIPE HAVERN
Post by: al_hamza on May 08, 2004, 10:18:53 PM
mmmmmm, okay
UMMITA, i promise not to fight you on this forum,
please can i have recipies that can have man gyada, or pam oil replacements? and oh no kanwa, i have a stock of attaruhu and tattasai (that i have very selfishly guarded for about a year in my freezer) lol, and i have cray fish too, about a kilo of it and i have gari too! now, i want you to help me out with cooking, (i can only boil eggs!).
Title: WELCOME TO KANOONLINE'S RECIPE HAVERN
Post by: ummita on May 09, 2004, 04:13:20 AM
Were u fytin meh before? :?  R u ready 2 receive d bullet that I wan2 send u? (she laffs)

Right...........You can use olive oil as a replacement of groundnut or palm oil (I also hate palm oil) or u can use no oil at all in ur cooking or low calorie oil or sunflower oil for cooking & frying purposes. Otherwise, if u do not wan2 use oil at all, you can cook what eva food you like without oil except for frying.

For "Kanwa" am sure u can find Bicarbonate of Soda few juss paces from ur house or check in ur local grocery store.

errrrrr *sniff* *cough*  for d Attarugu bit, haba! I think u may want to throw that away. C'mmon Al-Hamza its been in ur freezer 4 twelve good months.

Yes am pretty sure we can come up wit recipes meetin ur requirements. Please check out the non-vegetarian receipes and/or Hausa recipes we will place something up for u.
Thank you
Title: WELCOME TO KANOONLINE'S RECIPE HAVERN
Post by: gogannaka on May 10, 2004, 02:56:45 PM
I am really impressed with this new forum.
Nice one ummita.
Title: WELCOME TO KANOONLINE'S RECIPE HAVERN
Post by: Hafsy_Lady on May 10, 2004, 03:34:24 PM
 Gogannaka, nice list you provided. Yep the cookery forum looks cute & palatable to eat the forum itself
Title: WELCOME TO KANOONLINE'S RECIPE HAVERN
Post by: al_hamza on May 18, 2004, 02:31:02 PM
bullet? you threaten me with a gun, i'll launch my heat seeking missiles at you :) kiddin...
Title: WELCOME TO KANOONLINE'S RECIPE HAVERN
Post by: EMTL on May 22, 2004, 01:06:00 PM
Assalamu alaikum,
Thanks Malama Ummita for these 'delicious' writings.
Title: WELCOME TO KANOONLINE'S RECIPE HAVERN
Post by: dan kauye on June 12, 2004, 01:38:11 PM
yeah OOMMITER....dis forum is not just delicious but olso tantalizing....d aroma is olready filling up d whole k-onlyn,but uhmmm....dan -kauye will b xtra delyted if u introduce village recipes as well e.g...zogale,rama,lansir,....peace ya
Title: WELCOME TO KANOONLINE'S RECIPE HAVERN
Post by: Hafsy_Lady on July 22, 2004, 12:58:17 AM
 I love the cute graphics on each thread, espcially the chef  :). I can also see quite alot of recipes by people. Nice job
Title: WELCOME TO KANOONLINE'S RECIPE HAVERN
Post by: mlbash on August 29, 2004, 11:12:59 PM
that's cool ummita keep it up! :lol:
Title: WELCOME TO KANOONLINE'S RECIPE HAVERN
Post by: DarkAngel on October 04, 2004, 04:00:58 PM
Ummita, I have seen you've done a real good job. Am loving the cookery forum. Nice one gurl, keep up the good work. And more grease to the admin
Title: WELCOME TO KANOONLINE'S RECIPE HAVERN
Post by: ummita on December 22, 2004, 11:50:51 AM
Thnx Gogannaka, Hafsy, Mlbash......but hey I wnt take d credit..........make wuna go tell admin dat one.......his job well done.

Showin ma gratitute sistah,........... but havent seen u in decades  :o  DarkAngel
Title: FOOD LOVERS CLUB
Post by: Abut on January 18, 2005, 01:09:45 PM
On behalf of the FOOD LOVERS CLUB,i will like to thank the initiators of this segment of the forum.

F.L.C is a fledging soon-to-be-registered group of friends with a passion for Food. We are dedicated to sampling as many cusines as possible while enjoying maximum satisfaction.In pursuit of this noble cause we travel round the country to eat the best available food at the best prices. We have eaten in over twenty Cities,towns and villages.We have been customers at five star hotels and the mai shayi in the Motor Parks.

We are looking to become a consumer protection organisation in the FCT,recommending joints and keeping an eye out for the common man when it comes to advising where to get the best food for the best possible price.

I look foward to interacting with all the FOOD LOVERS on the forum.
Title: WELCOME TO KANOONLINE'S RECIPE HAVERN
Post by: ummita on February 09, 2005, 05:35:42 AM
Am sure you will find alot of food related discussions here.......looking forward to some of the food samples of the over 20 countries you've eaten........
Thank u
Title: WELCOME TO KANOONLINE'S RECIPE HAVERN
Post by: Abut on February 09, 2005, 12:18:35 PM
20 cities not countries....ummita.Below are a few samples,my favourites...

1) Tuwon Shinkafa da miyan Wake da Kifi - No_1 food din Bida.Delicious.
2)'Gas' Suya- sampled many joints in Maiduguri, but my heart is still in Magajin Rumfa road.The irony is that the suya man comes from....maiduguri.
3)Youghurt - Wapa and Maidabino hold sway in Katsina. Shagalinku in Abuja but i eccommend Maizube from Minna anyday to anyone including the diabetic.Its special.
4)Pepper soup din Rago - Shagalinku Restuarant
5)Masa - has to be Bauchi,Gidan Launi along Wunti street.
6)Roasted Ram - Maradi,Their suya men roast a whole ram and they have a very tasty sauce to go with it instead of yaji.
Title: WELCOME TO KANOONLINE'S RECIPE HAVERN
Post by: Anonymous on April 27, 2005, 08:24:29 AM
DarkAngel I definitely agree with yor argument.
Title: WELCOME TO KANOONLINE'S RECIPE HAVERN
Post by: bakangizo on May 17, 2005, 10:58:50 AM
Quote from: "Abut"
20 cities not countries....ummita.Below are a few samples,my favourites...

1) Tuwon Shinkafa da miyan Wake da Kifi - No_1 food din Bida.Delicious.
2)'Gas' Suya- sampled many joints in Maiduguri, but my heart is still in Magajin Rumfa road.The irony is that the suya man comes from....maiduguri.
3)Youghurt - Wapa and Maidabino hold sway in Katsina. Shagalinku in Abuja but i eccommend Maizube from Minna anyday to anyone including the diabetic.Its special.
4)Pepper soup din Rago - Shagalinku Restuarant
5)Masa - has to be Bauchi,Gidan Launi along Wunti street.
6)Roasted Ram - Maradi,Their suya men roast a whole ram and they have a very tasty sauce to go with it instead of yaji.

LOL. Can I join your club? Ummita, do you have any recipe for prawns? And where can one get them in Kano?
Title: Re: WELCOME TO KANOONLINE'S RECIPE HAVERN
Post by: Nuruddeen on October 26, 2007, 01:02:54 PM
Ummita, Zaki iya hada mini Tuwon Burabusko da miyar kalkashi a club din ki. Zan so ae idan na shigo ayi mini register a koya ini yadda ake kwadon RAMBO. LOL!!!
Title: Re: WELCOME TO KANOONLINE'S RECIPE HAVERN
Post by: Hafsy_Lady on November 29, 2007, 01:45:12 PM
Ummita, Zaki iya hada mini Tuwon Burabusko da miyar kalkashi a club din ki. Zan so ae idan na shigo ayi mini register a koya ini yadda ake kwadon RAMBO. LOL!!!

Wanne ne tuwon burabusko kuma ni hafsatu  ??? Ummita kinji fa! kizo ki hada mai wanna continental recipe nashi!  ;D Gud luk
Title: Re: WELCOME TO KANOONLINE'S RECIPE HAVERN
Post by: IBB on December 01, 2007, 04:58:31 AM
Hafsatu, tuwon burabusko shine tuwon tsaki ko tuwon gero. Abicin yan Jigawa ne zuwa sama har Maiduguri
Title: Re: WELCOME TO KANOONLINE'S RECIPE HAVERN
Post by: amira on May 30, 2008, 07:03:20 PM
Whats cooking sisters..............................
...............any new delicious recipes for something mouth watering am feeling something exotic, let us know about them so we can get tantalizin.