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Ewa Agoyin Sauce By Lamide

BEST EWA AGONYIN SAUCE


Agonyin Beans plus sauce served with roasted Plantain
*(Ewa Agonyin used to be known as a Yoruba meal, these days, it is enjoyed by
Nigerians from other parts of the country too).* I got corrected o. Ewa Agonyin Sauce is not Yoruba, it is from Ghanaians or Togolese. Thank you Lamide for the correction. Una no vex abeg!

Just today we asked for who can teach us how to cook Ewa Agonyin, and VOILA, it's here.
 Lahmow had other plans for dinner, but had to change her mind  and plans to accommodate our request. What can we say to her? God bless you o!

I have to cook this as soon as possible!
Lamide is the Blogger at Lahmow's Passion



 dry pepper for Ewa Agonyin

 Ingredients:

*Dry tatase


*Dry pepper(the long one used in chasing weevils away from *beans)

*onions,

*a full bottle of palm oil

*Knorr chicken

 *and salt.

Procedure:

1. First you soak the dry tatase and pepper overnight or better still use hot water to soak if you are in a hurry.Blend together after soft, but don't smooth blend
2. pour little palm oil in a pot and when heated add your chopped onions,knorr chicken cubes and salt(you fry the onions,knorr and salt)then  add your pepper and leave on fire.
3. Bear in mind this pepper absorbs oil hence the full bottle of oil. You don't pour all the oil at once.you keep adding gradually cos it will keep absorbing at the same time it will be burning but keep scraping the bottom of the pot. it takes about an hour to fry.
4.onions will completely disappear if properly fried and the reddish pepper will turn brownish. you cook your beans until its extra soft.there you have your Agonyin sauce and  beans.
Agonyin beans + sauce served with roasted plantain.



cook beans soft


dry pepper


blended pepper and tatashe


fry ingredients and onion until onion disappears


 onion, salt and blended pepper


 fry agonyin sauce with palm oil


agonyin sauce with beans


Ewa Agonyin with roast plantain
Cooked this evening, atill hot band sizzling.  
Enjoy!

Comments

  1. chubby ELLA2/13/2013

    Tank u oº°˚˚˚°. LAMIDE,God bless u plenty. Def tryin dis,D̶̲̥̅̊Į̸̸̨Ƨ̷ weekend.

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  2. I grew up in Lasgidi and trust it, this was a regular, but with garri. Yes! That was how we enjoyed it.

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  3. Anonymous2/14/2013

    this is another method.i'l try it.

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  4. Anonymous2/14/2013

    this is another method.i'l try it.

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  5. Anonymous2/14/2013

    Ma'am, please I want you to please provide a Menu Timetable for me I am a student trying to lose weight and don't want to eat junks. Please. Thank you ma. Waiting for your reply.

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  6. pls can u tel me how to preper NKOWBI. Tnx

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  7. Anonymous2/14/2013

    this is another method.i'l try it.

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  8. Thank you Pickme. Is there no other name for NKWOBI?

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    1. Do u put salt when cooking ur beans and I wnt to undstnd crayfish isn't necessary abi?

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  9. @ Anon 8:19am, there is a wives connection menu timetable when you scroll right down.
    Remember that the quantity we load also matters o.

    You can also visit African Weight Loss Page on Facebook and their forum. I think they are good.

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  10. Anonymous2/14/2013

    Always seen ur blog advert but decided to visit today. I'm so so impressed! Kudos! I'l be tryin this delicacy anytime soon.

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  11. Anonymous2/27/2013

    wow!!!!!!

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  12. At last! Been looking for this recepie. Kudos, best blog ever.

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