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Wednesday, 23 November 2016

How to cook plantain moi moi

Plantain Moi (Ukpo Ogede) is one of the Nigerian plantain formulas arranged with overripe platains. Try not to give the look of this feast a chance to cheat you! It is extremely flavorful. Yes, it has this extraordinary taste that your taste buds will love. 

The confirmation of Plantain Moi is genuinely in the eating! lol


  • 2 pcs of overripe plantain (Even if the skin is presently dark, the length of within is not deteriorated)
  • 100g plantain flour
  • 1-2 cooking spoons palm oil
  • 1 teaspoon ground crawfish
  • 1 onion
  • Pepper and Salt (to taste)
  • 1 Knorr 3D square
  • Cool water
  • Compartments
  • Uma leaves (Thaumatococcus Daniellii)
  • Aluminum thwart sacks
  • Bowls
Before you cook Plantain Moi
  • Set up the uma leaves for the Plantain Moi utilizing the strategy point by point at: How to get ready uma leaves for Moi.
  • Put the plantain flour in a bowl, include a little amount of water and blend till you get a medium consistency.
  • Wash, peel and cut the overripe plantain into little pieces.
  • Granulate the crawfish, cut the onions and pepper into little pieces.
Cooking Directions 
  • Mix the overripe plantain pieces, plantain flour hitter, onions, crawfish, pepper and stock 3D shape with simply enough water to permit the edges of the blender move.
  • Empty the smooth mix into a sizeable bowl.
  • Include salt and palm oil. Blend completely till all around joined.
  • Set a little amount of water in a pot to bubble. At the point when the water bubbles, put a base for the Plantain Moi wraps into the pot. This can be scrap bits of aluminum thwart, a stainless steel stand or leaf stalks from the uma clears out.
  • Scoop the blend into collapsed uma leaves, similarly as you would with beans Moi.
  • Tenderly place the wraps in the pot of bubbling water and cook for 20-25 minutes. Include water en route if vital.
  • Leave to chill off totally and set before serving.
Present with Custard, oat supper or akamu (corn starch dinner). It can likewise be eaten as a nibble with a chilled drink.

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