My very first sponsored video
In case you don’t know, you can now sponsor a video recipe by me as a way of advertising your business, brand, product or service.
And no, you don’t have to be in the ‘foodie’ business before you can sponsor a recipe video.
Here’s the thing:
Videos generate 10 times more views than images.
Recipe Videos generate even more.
So, having your logo as official sponsor of a recipe video is a sure way to get your brand out there.
And if you are in the foodie business – foodstuffs, ingredients, kitchen tools, dining tools, napkins, cooking gadgets etc – and you want your product used in the video like this – hey, I’m game!
You won’t just show up here on my blog, the video will also be posted up on LagosHouseWife Instagram and Facebook accounts with rolling credits to you.
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Oh, and you’ll also have pictures too:
This is a branding opportunity you have to grab with both hands.
Contact my business manager using the following channels
Call/WhatsApp – 08059856267
Email – manager[at]lagoshousewife.com
Okay, enough about me. Back to the video
OFADA SAUCE AKA AYAMASE RECIPE USING OMOALATA OFADA PEPPERMIX
OmoAlata Ofada peppermix and oil
Boiled and diced Meats (orisirisi)
Diced Ponmo (cow skin)
Put your pot on fire and pour in the omoalata bleached oil
Once it’s hot, pour in the diced onions and lightly fry till translucent
Add the iru and fry till you can smell that distinct iru smell
Add your boiled diced meat and fry till crispy
Add the diced ponmo and stir in
Pour in the omoalata Ofada peppermix and fry till its no more raw
Add your meat stock and let cook till reduced and the sauce has thickened
Switch off the fire
See you on my next sponsored video recipe.
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