Moin Moin Elewe
Yield 6 portions
As someone who loves moin moin, I can assure you, I have eaten different versions of the stuff, boiled, baked, steamed, made in foil containers, in polythene bags, in ramekins etc etc etc. But I have to confess that there is something about moin moin made with leaves…
- 500 grams Brown Bean Flour - Nigerian Brown Beans Flour. The black eye beans flour is a suitable alternative.
- 100 millilitres Sunflower Oil
- Salt to taste
- 4 Large Egg - 3 Hard boiled. Sliced with an egg slicer. 1 Raw
- 100 millilitres Milk - Fresh
- 800 millilitres Water - Hot. Not boiling
- 200 millilitres Stock - Fish or Vegetable. ou can use your preferred seasoning or stock cubes as an alternative.
- 1 Small Scotch Bonnet Peppers - Optional
- 1 Large Red Pepper - Ramiro Pepper. Regular sweet red pepper is a suitable alternative. Wash and cut in small pieces
- 200 grams Onion - Spanish Onions. Any other onion variety can be used but I find Spanish onions really fragrant and flavourful, Remove skin, wash and cut into small pieces
- Broad Leaves - Also known as Ewe Eeran
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