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  • Delayed Food Allergy Test (IgG)

    Alletess Medical Laboratory has been a leader in the field of allergy and immunology testing since 1980. They specialize in food and inhalant allergy testing, food sensitivities and other tests to assess the immune system. Alletess Medical provides quality laboratory testing services to physicians and their patients all over the world. Using advanced diagnostic technology, Alletess Medical will quantify the levels of specific antibodies in your blood serum to identify the degree and extent of your allergies or sensitivities. Food allergies and food sensitivities are abnormal responses to a food component triggered by the immune system in the form of immunoglobulins (IgE, IgG, IgA), representing either an immediate or delayed response. Specific IgG and/or IgA ELISA food panels are arranged in comprehensive panels of 96 foods consumed in the typical western diet or 184 foods, many of the substitute foods typically found in rotation/elimination diets. Note: Expected results return within 5 weeks from the day your blood is drawn.

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  • Palm Oil Curry | The Naija Goddess

    < Back Palm Oil Curry Prep Time: 15 min Cook Time: 15 min Serves: 6 Level: Beginner About the Recipe ​ Ingredients ¼ puna yam or 2 cups millet 1 red bell pepper 1 medium red onion 3 garlic cloves 1½ cups coconut milk 1 cup vegetable stock 3 tbsp unrefined red palm oil 1 tbsp tomato paste 1 tbsp smoked paprika ½ tbsp coconut nectar or date syrup 1 tsp cumin 1tsp sea salt 1 scotch bonnet pepper 1 tbsp lemon or lime juice (optional) 1 small bunch basil leaves, julienned Preparation Peel and slice the yam, place it into a saucepan with water and boil until tender. If you cannot source the puna yam, alternatively prepare 2 cups of millet according to package instructions and set aside. Cut the onion in half, cut one half into large pieces for blending and then dice the second half Cut the bell pepper and scotch bonnet pepper into large pieces and these along with the large pieces of onion to a food processor and blend. Set aside. Rough chop the fresh basil leaves and set aside Heat the palm oil in a saucepan or skillet on medium heat Add the chopped onions and stir until they become translucent, about 1 minute Add in the tomato paste and continue to stir everything for another minute Pour in the blended onion and peppers and stir for another 2 - 3 minutes, then add in the coconut milk, vegetable stock, salt, paprika, cumin, and coconut nectar, and stir through Add the lemon juice and lower the heat, cover the pan and simmer for 7 - 8 minutes Add in the basil leaves, stir through and then remove the pan from the heat To plate, add yam slices or millet to wide bowls, spoon the curry into serving bowls. Previous Next

  • Recipes (All) | The Naija Goddess

    Recipes Beginner Palm Oil Curry ​ Beginner Plus Roasted Tikka Masala ​ Beginner Vanilla Pudding ​ Beginner Sesame Ginger Noodle Salad ​ Beginner Almond Butter Blondies ​ Beginner Blueberry Cobbler ​ Beginner Plus Fresh Rolls ​ Beginner Peanut Dipping Sauce ​ Beginner Trail Mix Cups ​ Beginner Cauliflower Lentil Salad ​ Beginner Candied Walnut & Feta Salad ​ Beginner Alkaline Fried 'Rice' ​ ​ Shuku Shuku (raw) ​ Beginner Seed Meat Tacos ​ Beginner Plus Nigerian Rice & Beans ​ Beginner Raspberry Chocolate Cream Pie ​ Beginner Peanut Butter Bars ​ Beginner Kale, Quinoa & Tofu Salad ​ Beginner Berries & Cream ​ Beginner Plus Yassa No Poulet ​ ​ Rasta Pasta ​ Beginner Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies ​ Beginner Brownies This recipe is from Make It Dairy Beginner Dirty Rice for a Crowd ​ Beginner Plus Blender Sweet Potato Pie ​ Beginner Mongolian Chickpeas ​ Beginner Plus Vegan Colcannon ​ Beginner Chocolate Chip Butterscotch Chickpea Blondie ​ Beginner Mother Earth Salad ​ Beginner One Pan Baked Pasta ​ Beginner Raw Sweet Potato Crisp ​ Beginner Baked Collard Greens ​ Beginner 3-Bean Garlic Skillet This 3-Bean Garlic Skillet is packed with Spanish flavors, easy to make and comes together in under 30 minutes. The perfect dish for a busy weeknight dinner or a relaxed weekend lunch. Beginner Beefless Bourguignon ​ Beginner Groundnut Stew ​ Beginner Lemon Cheezecake Cup ​ Beginner Mango Lassi ​ Intermediate Chickun Tikka Masala ​ Beginner Creamy White Bean & Bok Choy Soup This soup has a creamy texture without any dairy or nuts and features wholesome and comforting yet gourmet flavor boosters. A weeknight dinner or meal prep must (16g fiber + 19g protein!). Beginner Apple Pie Trifle A delicious twist on the classic apple pie. Beginner Jollof Spaghetti A delicious twist on traditional pasta and marina. Beginner Herby Baked Protein Bites An herbaceous, endlessly versatile and protein-packed topping for salad, pasta, wraps, and more. Beginner Taco Salad A wholesome, filling and delicious dish inspired by flavors typical in a taco. Beginner Pineapple Salsa A delicious twist on traditional salsa. Beginner Chocolate Cherry Almond Bites A delicious boost of energy that keeps hunger at bay. Beginner Sunflower Cheezecake ​ Beginner Island Rice & Peas ​ Beginner Steamed Cabbage ​ Intermediate Jerk Tacos w/ Plantain ​ Beginner Caesar Salad w/ Crispy Chickpeas King of salads :) Beginner Berry Pudding A quick and wholesome breakfast or snack that is refreshing. Beginner High Protein Mouse/Pudding A high protein snack that is quick and tasty. Beginner Lemon Garlic Asparagus w/ Pistachios A quick and delicious veggie side Beginner Ackee & Saltfysh The national dish of Jamaica and favorite breakfast. Intermediate Shepherd's Pie This meatless shepherd’s pie is hearty, filling and combines a veggie-packed filling with fluffy mashed potatoes, the ultimate comfort food :) Beginner Orange-Beet Salad A tangy and subtly sweet dressing served atop peppery arugula. Beginner Raspberry-Almond Thumbprint Cookies A lightly sweetened treat that is easy and quick to make! Beginner Apple Oatmeal Raisin Cookies A satisfying breakfast cookie or snack you can enjoy all week long :) Beginner Asian Noodle Salad A satiating noodle salad that is quick and easy. Beginner Dairy-Free Palak Paneer At-home Indian food is made easy with this delicious and nutritious dairy-free palak paneer. Beginner Lemon Poppyseed Muffins A bright and lightly sweetened snack that is grain-free and WFPB. Beginner Saucy Chickpeas Incredibly quick and flavorful meal. Beginner Tempeh Manis Enjoy a culinary trip to Indonesia with this protein-packed, flavorful stir fry. Beginner Chocolate Tahini Bundt Moist and indulgent cake with guilt-free ingredients. Beginner Chickpea Toona A filling and delicious lunch-time meal. Beginner Gooey Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars ​ Beginner Chickpea Salad ​ Beginner Ground Tofu Bulgogi ​ Beginner Cake Batter Chia Pudding w/ Berry Compote ​ Beginner Kelp Noodle Salad ​ Beginner Red Lentil Curry Flavorful curry that is quick to make on a weeknight. Beginner Stuffed Dates ​ Beginner Butternut Squash & Chickpea Curry ​ Beginner Blender Tomato Soup ​ Beginner Copycat Zuppa Toscana ​ Intermediate Egusi Soup [Melon Seed Stew] This delicious dish is an ideal introduction to Nigerian food and West African ingredients. Beginner Blueberry Lemon Crisp This is a delicious dessert that is very easy to assemble. Beginner Ewa Riro (Nigerian Stewed Beans) Ewa riro is a delicious one-pot Nigerian dish that is easy to prepare. Beginner Meatless Suya A traditional Nigerian street food. Beginner Suya Spice Blend Suya spice blend is a delicious West African flavorful and spicy seasoning blend usually used for grilled meats. Beginner Wholesome Chocolate Pudding A tasty treat with wholesome ingredients. Beginner Garlic Vinaigrette A tangy dressing that is sure to take any salad over the top! Beginner Kale Salad This salad, though simple, has a depth of flavor that is a surprising delight for your tastebuds. Begginer Apple Rawnola This light, refreshing and subtly sweet grain-free dish is a great start to the day. Beginner Nigerian Moin Moin A delicious steamed bean pudding flavored with bell peppers, onions and spices. It is great as the main dish or served as a side dish. Beginner WFPB Pumpkin Bread This quick bread uses wholesome ingredients and is great as a sweet snack. Beginner Moroccan Inspired Fonio This healthy and colorful dish is delicious and delights the tongue with its bold flavors and differing textures. Beginner Spinach & Feta vEggs Quick and easy dish that is full of flavor and vegetables. Beginner Korean Inspired Oats These oats are quick and full of bold flavors that sing in your mouth with a little kick. Beginner Mediterranean Inspired Quinoa This quinoa recipe is great for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The fresh herbs bolster the flavor of this dish that keeps you wanting more. Intermediate Nigerian Meatless Pie At its core, meat pies are short-crust pastries filled with ground meat, potatoes and carrots. It is typically sold by street vendors as snacks in Nigeria. Beginner Festive Coleslaw Level up your coleslaw recipe. Beginner Chili Lime Creme Sauce This is the sauce you did not know you needed! Beginner Baked Plantain Try this deliciously sweet side dish that has all of the flavor and texture of fried plantain with a fraction of the oil. Intermediate Nigerian Jollof Rice A party without jollof rice is just a meeting. Beginner Drink Your Way to CLEAR SKIN Liver Flush Beginner Loaded Sweet Potato This alkalizing meal is a lunch meal that should keep you satisfied for the remainder of the day. Beginner 4 Oil-Free Salad Dressings ​ Beginner Mason Jar Salad Easy make-ahead meal Beginner Spiced Greens Delicious and easy weeknight greens to spice up your palette.

  • Roasted Tikka Masala | The Naija Goddess

    < Back Roasted Tikka Masala Prep Time: 35 min Cook Time: 40 min Serves: 6 Level: Beginner Plus About the Recipe ​ Ingredients 6 large tomatoes, large diced 1 red onion, large diced 1-2 whole garlic bulbs 1 tsp garam masala, ground 1 tsp cumin, ground 1 tsp coriander, ground 1/2 tsp turmeric, ground 1 tsp smoked paprika, ground 1/2 tsp cayenne pepper, ground (optional) 1.5 cups cooked chickpeas 1 tbsp miso paste 1/3 cup cilantro, diced 2 tbsp plain coconut yogurt Preparation Preheat oven to 350°C. Add diced tomatoes and onions to a baking dish. Peel the papery outer layers from the whole garlic bulb, cut off the top 1/4 of the cloves and add the garlic to the baking dish. Drizzle everything with avocado oil and sprinkle with spices. Place in the oven for 30-40 minutes or until the vegetables are tender, and the garlic is soft. Transfer all the roasted vegetables into a blender or pot and squeeze out roasted garlic. Pulse until the sauce is creamy and smooth or use a an emersion blender and blend in a pot until creamy. Add the sauce to a pot over medium heat and add chickpeas (if you used a blender). Simmer on low heat until the sauce thickens to your desired consistency. Stir in yogurt and cook for another minute. Serve warm over cooked rice, garnished with fresh cilantro. Previous Next

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  • Garlic Vinaigrette

    A tangy dressing that is sure to take any salad over the top! Garlic Vinaigrette Ingredients 1 1/4 cup olive oil 1 1/4 cup apple cider vinegar 8 garlic cloves, lightly crushed 3 Tbs lemon juice, freshly squeezed 1 tsp coconut sugar 1/2 tsp black pepper 1 tsp salt Directions Make Place all ingredients in a mason and shake well. Then sit the vinaigrette in the refrigerator for 2-3 days to marinate.

  • Easy Kale Salad

    This salad, though simple, has a depth of flavor that is a surprising delight for your tastebuds. Here's a quick video of me preparing the salad. Easy Kale Sa;ad Ingredients 1 lb kale, chopped 1 cup carrots, matchstick 1/4 cup vinaigrette of choice 1 Tbs sesame oil 1 lime, juiced 1 tsp salt 1/2 cup dried blueberries Directions Prep Measure ingredients and have a large bowl ready to assemble the salad. Make To a large bowl, add kale, salt, lime juice and sesame oil. Using your hands, thoroughly massage kale under desired tenderness is reached. Add dressing and carrots to the massaged kale. Proceed with massaging the ingredients. Add the dried blueberries and gently toss until well distributed.

  • Apple Rawnola

    This light, refreshing and subtly sweet grain-free dish is a great start to the day. Check out this quick video (that includes taste tests) to see how I put this together. Apple Rawnola Ingredients 2 cups sunflower seeds, soaked 1/2 cup dates, pitted and soaked 1/4 cup goji berries, soaked (use raisins as an alternative) 6 cups apple, quartered 2 tsp cinnamon 1/4 tsp nutmeg, freshly ground Directions Prep Soak seeds for at least 30 minutes. Make In a food processor, add seeds, dates and spices. Pulse until a course texture appears. Pour mixture into a bowl and set aside. Add apples to the food processor and pulse until apples are chunky. Mix apples with the mixture in a bowl and fold in goji berries.

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