Dooneys blog recipes

Dooney’s Rodo (chili) Jam

Dooney’s Rodo (chili) Jam

I have two more Jam recipes on the blog. I have Fisayo to thank for this. I must have walked past Rodo Jam hundreds of times on the Deli counter at my local supermarket and not given it a passing glance
Dooney’s Onion Jam

Dooney’s Onion Jam

I introduced myself as a Nigerian food blogger and asked if I could get samples sent to me for a Product Review to introduce their products to a possibly relatively unknown market, Nigerians and West Africans in the UK and beyond, who read this blog

Dooney’s Live Instagram Christmas Special -

You can join in the cooking virtually on Instagram (remember to follow @dooneyskitchen) because I am going to be posting pictures of everything, from the prepping to the cooking to the finished product

Introducing Dooney’s Kitchen Tribe!!!!

dooneyskitchen. Since then, the steady rise of Nigerian food on social media has grown tremendously, that popularity has birthed many new food bloggers

Dooney Rooney: The Truth!

” Her blog is just filled all sorts of amazing info and she take a time to break things down. Cloud computing is not that novel a concept
Alhaja Modinat’s Buka Stew

Alhaja Modinat’s Buka Stew

the_experience@dooneyskitchen. Anyways, I am foremost a food blogger and would always be one, hence this recipe with some subtractions
Peppered Yam and Dodo = YamDodo

Peppered Yam and Dodo = YamDodo

Yajichurri numbers are on the up and up and each week, it has landed in more locations, more than my wildest dreams, but this week, I have decided to re-awaken the blog again, so i feel less guilty about abandoning the platform that has given me so much
Edesi Isip – Efik Coconut Rice

Edesi Isip – Efik Coconut Rice

You’ve cooked coconut rice multiple times, I even have two recipes on the blog, One a Thai Inspired Coconut rice (recipe HERE) and Coconut Jollof Rice (recipe HERE)
Abak Etighi – the kitchen sink Okro Soup

Abak Etighi – the kitchen sink Okro Soup

Try this recipe out and don’t forget to leave feedback either by dropping a comment, or using the hashtag #AbakEtighi and tagging @dooneyskitchen on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram
Ofe Egusi

Ofe Egusi

If I don’t, best believe this blog will suffer. The very first Egusi post on the blog feels like ages ago now (click HERE), I wrote about this Igbo method, so I am quite pleased to have a post on Ofe Egusi
Ewedu Asepo – one pot dish

Ewedu Asepo – one pot dish

Shouting out from the roof tops, I’m baaaaaaaaaaaaaack to blogging. As I announced months ago, the blog was under re-design and this meant that I wasn’t allowed into the backend to add anything
Deconstructed Okro Soup – Okro stir fry

Deconstructed Okro Soup – Okro stir fry

You guys must think i have given up on blogging by now. I’m entering a new phase for Dooney’s Kitchen, and I’ve had to let the blog suffer for a bit, to be able to focus all energies on getting Yajichurri off the ground and it has truly lifted and soared to heights I couldn’t even have imagined
Big Oladunni’s Chicken Stew

Big Oladunni’s Chicken Stew

To kick start blogging for this week, otherwise it will slowly descend to the bottom of the pile of tasks, I am bringing you Big Oladunni’s Chicken Stew which I cooked on Saturday as part of a meal drop off service order for a heavily pregnant woman who has been placed on compulsory bed rest