Moi moi and Ogi

Moi moi and Ogi

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Onotseike

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"This is a well known vegan friendly meal from Nigeria(western African country) that can be eating at any time of the day and typically pairs well with Millet porridge (Ogi/Pap), Oats or Yoghurt."

Difficulty

Easy 👌
15
min.
Preparation
60
min.
Baking
1
min.
Resting

Ingredients

Servings2
60 g
Brown beans flour
Long red peppers
tsp
salt
25 g
avocados
¼
onion
40 ml
water
20 g
spinach
50 g
Powdered maize or millet (Ogi)

Utensils

blender, steamer, plastic wrap, Kitchen scale, kettle

  • Step 1/5

    Blend the peppers avocado and onions first. Add the water to blend easily. Add the beans flour and blend till a smooth paste is achieved. Add your preferred seasoning for flavor. You can also add chopped spinach.
    • 60 g Brown beans flour
    • Long red peppers
    • tsp salt
    • 25 g avocados
    • ¼ onion
    • 40 ml water
    • 20 g spinach
    • blender

    Blend the peppers avocado and onions first. Add the water to blend easily. Add the beans flour and blend till a smooth paste is achieved. Add your preferred seasoning for flavor. You can also add chopped spinach.

  • Step 2/5

    Pour the mixtute/paste into small or medium sized ramekins. Using cling film /plastic wrap the ramekins to prevent water from entering when cooking. Place in a streamer and steam for 60 minutes.
    • steamer
    • plastic wrap

    Pour the mixtute/paste into small or medium sized ramekins. Using cling film /plastic wrap the ramekins to prevent water from entering when cooking. Place in a streamer and steam for 60 minutes.

  • Step 3/5

    Wrap ramekins with plastic wrap before streaming

    Wrap ramekins with plastic wrap before streaming

  • Step 4/5

    Measure 250g of the powdered maize.
    • 50 g Powdered maize or millet (Ogi)
    • Kitchen scale

    Measure 250g of the powdered maize.

  • Step 5/5

    Add a little tap water to powder and stir still you have smooth liquid paste . Boil water and add to mixture under a hot stove and stir still you get a cream thick paste.
    • kettle

    Add a little tap water to powder and stir still you have smooth liquid paste . Boil water and add to mixture under a hot stove and stir still you get a cream thick paste.

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