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“THE POWER WORKS FOR THOSE WHO BELIEVE”.
Jesus said unto him, If thou canst believe, all things are possible to him that believeth (Mark 9:23).
God’s power is available always,
to save, bless, heal, and transform lives; but it only works
for those who believe. Romans
1:16 emphasizes this; it says, “For I am not ashamed of the
gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to
everyone that believeth.” Now, this will clarify some of the assumptions and erroneous beliefs that some people have.
You can’t experience the power of God. If
you don’t believe, He can’t save you. The power works for those that believe. There’s no impossibility for you, if you’d only believe.
So in all you do, be it small or big just believe its working and it will definately work for you.
To the main aim of the day, today’s post is on how to cook a delicious delicacy called “Adun” meaning Sweetness in Nigeria, Adun is a Yoruba Savory Snacks. It is mostly eaten by people from the western region.
The snack is mainly combined with roasted corn flour, palm oil and spices. A
variation of this snack contains
fried red cowpeas. Aadun is
often serve at festive
functions such as naming ceremonies and traditional
1. Roasted corn flour (1 cup)
2. cup palm oil (1/4)
3. 1 teaspoon salt
4. Teaspoon chilli powder (1/2)
1. Get a clean bowl add all the recipes. Using your fingers,
thoroughly to knead
the mixture until all recipes are well mixed.
2. All the mixture rest at a room
temperature for about 2-3 hours.
3. Mold into desired shape then serve it like that, or with any drink of you choice.