'I love cooking Egusi soup and Jollof Rice'

Dakore revealed that she loves to cook egusi, adding that she finds the process of cooking it therapeutic.

Fiesta of flavours

Nollywood actress, Dakore Akande may not look the part, but she certainly knows her way around a kitchen.

Pulse Food caught up with the charming mother of 2 at the First Bank 'Fiesta of Flavours' fair which held last weekend in Lagos and she revealed her love for fast food and all things vegetable.

Dakore revealed that she loves to cook egusi soup, adding that she finds the process of cooking it therapeutic.

She further revealed that she likes cooking jollof rice and most interestingly,  she revealed her love for edika ikong (vegetable soup).

Taking things international, Dakore checked off bolognaise (beef) sauce with spaghetti and lasagna as her hot favourites.

"I love fast, comfort food" the actress shared.

So there you have it folks, Dakore's favourite dishes. Watch Dakore dish on her favourite foods below.

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