Occasions: Party Food Recipes
Everyone knows that a fundamental truth when it comes to good party recipes is the right selection of small chops; after all a house cannot stand without the right foundation! It is also important to make sure you RSVP (Rice and Stew Very Plenty) and we’re talking about that sweet party rice! Beans and Dodo never hurt as party recipes either. The point we’re trying to make is that good food is, more than anything else, a key part of the Nigerian party formula and, naturally, Mamador has you covered.
We have every party recipe you need to make sure that your party goes off without a hitch. Just make sure that you keep some small chops aside for yourself because we can’t guarantee that there’ll be any left once your party gets on its way.
Have you read 6 Tips to Help you Host a Great Holiday Party for tips on how to be the best host?
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