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Pictorials: How To Make Moi Moi With Leaves And Bags

Cooked moi moi with eggs and fish.
For moi moi lovers who cannot wrap moi moi 
in leaves, this is good news as Mizosa is teaching us how to tie with bags after wrapping. This is so good. The bag prevents water from getting into the moi moi.

procedure:
 Wash and grind your beans. Add fresh pepper,crayfish and onion while grinding.
After grinding fry your tin tomato with ground nut oil and add to your beans.
Stir
Melt maggi in warm water and add.
Add salt and water.
Then stir.
Wash your leaf fold and pour a little quantity of beans into it.add fish and egg.
Fold d leaf. And put it in a nylon so it would not pour.
Add water in the pot and arrange the moi moi inside the pot.
Allow to

boil for at least 40 minutes
Food is ready.
Enjoy!
 Wash and grind your beans. Add fresh pepper,crayfish and onion while grinding.
After grinding fry your tin tomato with groundnut oil and add to your beans.
Stir
Wash and grind your beans. Add fresh pepper,crayfish and onion while grinding.
After grinding fry your tin tomato with groundnut oil and add to your beans.
Stir 
Wash and grind your beans. Add fresh pepper,crayfish and onion while grinding.
After grinding fry your tin tomato with groundnut oil and add to your beans.
Stir 
 Wash and grind your beans. Add fresh pepper,crayfish and onion while grinding.
After grinding fry your tin tomato with groundnut oil and add to your beans.
Stir
 Wash and grind your beans. Add fresh pepper,crayfish and onion while grinding.
After grinding fry your tin tomato with groundnut oil and add to your beans.
Stir
 Wash your leaf fold and pour a little quantity of beans into it.add fish and egg.
Fold d leaf. And put it in a nylon so it would not pour.
Wash your leaf fold and pour a little quantity of beans into it.add fish and egg.
Fold d leaf. And put it in a nylon so it would not pour. 
 Wash your leaf fold and pour a little quantity of beans into it.add fish and egg.
Fold d leaf. And put it in a nylon so it would not pour.
Wash your leaf fold and pour a little quantity of beans into it.add fish and egg.
Fold d leaf. And put it in a nylon so it would not pour. 
Arrange moi moi in the pot and allow to boil for at least 40 minutes
Food is ready
Enjoy!

A serving of moi moi.
This moi moi recipe was sent in by a student
MizOsa.

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Comments

  1. Anonymous5/11/2013

    Looks yummy . Has not made moi moi with fried tin tomatoes will deff try this

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  2. Hmmmmmm,wrapping the leaves in nylon is so brilliant. I'm a regular leaf moinmoin person,will surely start using this method. Water logged moinmoin is so not nice. Thanks mizOsa

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  3. Anonymous5/12/2013

    Tnx,time to make akamu to go with ur moi moi.

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  4. Anonymous5/12/2013

    NICE ONE..

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  5. Anonymous5/12/2013

    Nice one. U can try dried tatase soaked in water for a while, add to the bean and blend, the colour is amazing.

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  6. Anonymous5/12/2013

    Too much fry fry no good o, lets start advocating healthy diets, reduce d amount of oil in our foods. O di oke mkpa!!!

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    1. Anonymous5/12/2013

      Lets c d one U cooked wtout oil first.

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  7. Thanks mizOsa for the tutorial.

    Putting it inside nylon, I would say isn't healthy. Why, you may ask? It's because the chemical component of the nylon directly/indirectly makes its way into the food.

    I used to do that till my dad specifically admonished me not to cook any food with nylon cos the heat can cause the chemical constituents of the nylon to enter the food being cooked.

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  8. Anonymous5/12/2013

    Na wah oooo every tin is not good these days can remember wen we use to chao rice in nylon and even chew nonsense out of the nylon. May God help us

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  9. Anonymous7/13/2013

    You re so right!everything is so not good!its just better to be on the safe side,I use very lil oil to cook now although my soup/stew looks boring n doesn't appeal to my family's food eye but they re tasty still...Chemical or no chemical I must try the recipe o lols.

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  10. Anonymous12/11/2013

    you are so on point!

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