A Typical Lunchtime Treat || Homemade Moi Moi (Beans Pudding) || Prepared Using Banana Leaves

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This afternoon I decided to try one of the most popular African delicacy Moi Moi (beans pudding) as my lunch.

Moi Moi is a traditional Nigerian dish consisting of steaming ground beans and spices.

Moi Moi (Beans Pudding) is frequently served at parties, wedding ceremonies, and other festive occasions.

Moi Moi is normally eaten as a meal on its own, but it is frequently served with other Nigerian dishes such as custard, fried rice, boiled white rice and stew, Jollof rice, and many others.

This delectable supper can be prepared in a variety of ways. Cooking Moi Moi in Banana Leaves, Aluminium Foil Bags, small nylons or cups, Uma Leaves, or heat proof nylons is the most usual method.

In my own case I will be using the banana leave to cook my own

The ingredients

  • Blended Beans together with Pepper

  • The Banana Leaves

  • Boiled Eggs

  • Crayfish

  • Maggi and Salt to taste

Step 1: Pour the beans paste in a big bowl add the Maggi and salt and stir, then wash the banana leaves.


Step 2: Now add the blended Crayfish and keep stiring till it incorporate


Step 3: Now take one of the banana leaf and fold in a cone shape and pour the mixture, make sure you bend the tips at the down to avoid spillage. Gently add the egg, repeat it for the remaining banana leave


Step 4: Place a pot on a medium heat and boil some water, gently arrange the it and allow to cook for some, keep checking and adding water to avoid burnt


Step 5: Remove from heat and unwrap the leaves and enjoy with any meal or chilled drink basically your choice.



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