Hey guys, here’s a yummy recipe for you guys which is great for weekend snacking or having people round. This post is a little different today because I shot a video for it.

Yup! I have decided to dip my toe into the Youtube waters and start making some different kinds of content. So in addition for taking photos of food, I think it will be nice to have videos too. It has been a fun learning curve, thinking in a different medium, learning new skills like video editing, and just going with the flow really. It is something I have been wanting to do for a long time and so I thought why not try, just do it.

So if you are on Youtube, please subscribe to my channel – it is called Omnomlagos. And please do feel free to leave a comment about what types of videos you would like to see, so that I can be sure to make stuff you will find exciting and useful.

Anyway, so here is the recipe and a few pictures below. Enjoy! xxx

Ingredients for Yaji Spiced Dambunama Nachos


1 large pack of tortilla chips

1 pack dambunama

10 tablespoons sour cream

10 teaspoons yaji spice or suya spice (use more to make it spicier and less to make it milder)

5 fresh tomatoes, sliced small

3 sprigs spring onions, finely chopped

4 small limes, cut into wedges

Fresh thyme



Place tortilla chips down on a plate or platter. I have used my favourite Noji Art platter here.

Mix the sour cream, yaji spice, spring onion and the juice of two limes in a bowl.

Tortilla chips

Put one teaspoon of the spicy sour cream onto each tortilla chip.

Top each morsel with about a £1 coin size amount of dambunama.

Push a small slice of tomato onto each piece.


Top with a small bit of fresh thyme on each.

Garnish the platter with any leftover thyme, lime and spring onion.

Serve and enjoy.

Nigerian or African Inspired canapes

And for those of you who read to the end and didn’t skip on over to Youtube, here is the video for you.