Every (or should I majority) Nigerian household at weekend look forward to having beans based breakfast but many find peeling beans the traditional way daunting. Here is a quick video procedure on how to peel beans with a blender. This blender method works well with brown beans as well […]
My love for beans these days has been indescribable; I can afford to eat beans now as much as I eat rice. This recipe is what I call deluxe Nigerian stewed beans porridge, it is amazing and very easy to cook. nigerians tend to cook more of brown beans than black eyed beans when cooking jollof beans,
Moi moi also called moin moin is another popular food eaten in Nigeria. It is made by blending peeled bean, adding fillings of choice and then steaming it. Originally, moi moi is cooked in leaves but in the present day, there has been a lot of improvisation. Moi moi Leaf is hard to come by where I live, so most of the time I cook my moi moi in nylon, foil paper, plastic
This is a very quick post and I hope you’ll enjoy the recipe as much as I did. Adalu is simply the combination of stewed beans and corn. Corn in Nigeria is seasonal and so you don’t get to eat as much as you would like unless you have the abundance of fresh corn called ‘Ibe-eni’ meaning the fresh harvest of the day.