HOW TO PREPARE A DELICIOUS MOI MOI (BEANS CAKE)
Moi Moi, so tasty they named it twice. Okay, that was a chunk corny, but I love this dish crafted from beans/black-eyed peas. I think it makes an excellent Saturday morning breakfast because it’s miles particularly nutritious at the same time as filling. Serve with custard or if throwing a celebration along with Jollof rice.
– 500g Beans/Black Eyed Peas.
– 4 Boiled Eggs (optional)
– 2 ½ cooking spoons of Palm oil /Vegetable oil
– Cooked Fish/Sardines
– ½ Clove Garlic/Ginger
– 60g Shrimps (optional)
– Leaves / Sandwich bags / Aluminium cups.
– four Fresh Tomatoes
– 7 Small Chilli Pepper
STEP 1 Soak the Beans/Black-eyed peas for no longer than 30 – 45 minutes, wash and peel off the brown returned of the beans by using rubbing the seeds together with your palms until it turns into white then rinse thoroughly. Be positive to remove all the brown peels.
STEP 2 Wash the beans till all is clean white, upload onions, crimson chili pepper, tomatoes, chopped small garlic and a chunk of ginger (very little), combo all together.
STEP 3: Boil the eggs, shrimps, and fish
STEP 4: Add 2 ½ tablespoon of palm oil or vegetable oil and seasoning like Maggi/salt, then stir, flavor if the seasoning is okay.
STEP 5: Slice the egg and shred the fish make sure to take away the bones.
STEP 6: Rinse the leave/sandwich bag/aluminium cups, fold right into a cone brake the bottom backward to keep away from leakage, pour the grounded beans, add few shrimps, sparkling sliced eggs and wrap the leave.
STEP 7: Put water in a cooking pan and upload all the wraps inside cover to prepare dinner for 30mins.
STEP 8: Open one wrap to peer if cooked and reliable.
Note: Instead of leaves, use sandwich baggage or aluminum cups.
Tip: Make aluminum cups using open cutting cans of condensed or evaporated milk.
Use palm oil in place of Vegetable oil with enough big pink peppers to enhance the richness and reddishness of Moi Moi, which makes it more delicious.