`Moringa Salad Served With Moringa Tea By Deborah Bala

Moringa salad with moringa tea
Moringa is zogale in Hausa language. It's medicinal and also a quick meal to prepare. Get the leafs, pluck them but be careful not to  add the stem. 
Wash the leaves very well, to remove any dirt that may have been on it. Put in a pot and boil. Please don't boil for too long and don't
throw away the water after boiling. You can drink it, it's very very good. 

Get kuli kuli( don't know the English name bear with me)  pound it, add Maggi, salt and little yagi( ground dry pepper) cut onions and pepper.  Get the boiled leaf and squeeze it very well so there is no water, add the ground kuli kuli and pepper with onions. 

Kuli kuli powder with maggi, pepper, salt and onion

Pepper and onions
Kuli kuli

Ground kuli kuli
Fresh plucked moringa (zogale) leaves

moringa leaves with stem

Nutritious Moringa with kuli kuli salad
Enjoy!

Comments

  1. AnonymousJuly 27, 2013

    Me can't eat dis one o

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    1. AnonymousJuly 27, 2013

      Wc family 2day is my bday hurrrrrayyyy. Very grateful 2 be alive. Ay

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    2. Happy birthday Ay
      Thou art blessed and favoured!

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  2. AnonymousJuly 27, 2013

    Me can't eat dis one o

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  3. AnonymousJuly 27, 2013

    No, thanks

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  4. Lmao,not sure I can taste it too,I don't wanna think of swallowing it sef

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  5. Highly nutritious and medicinal.
    Bookmarked already.

    ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA3310

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  6. I'll take it the same way I take Agbo. And I only take Agbo cus my mom(at this my age) holds a cane over my head and forces me to drink. ( ˘˘̯)

    Nutritional sha. I'll try and take it. :/

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    1. Soulspasms,
      That also means you can't take bitter leaf juice then.

      As for me, green life all the way being it agbo(herbal drink), bitter leaf, scent leaf, moringa all join.

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    2. I actually like bitter leaf juice o. My mom mixes it with "Hot drink"(can't remember what the proper name is but hopefully u get the gist) so its bearable. I take it in one gulp and I'm done with it.

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    3. Correct babe!
      You jasi!

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  7. And debby I dey look u corner eye. I'm sure ure all those Cane carrying,"Drink- it -because -its -good- for- you" kind of mothers. Giving u side eye. ( ˘̶̀ ̯˘̶́)

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  8. Ahhhh! WC family its very very good, sincerely, adding the salt, maggi, pepper gives it a nice taste. Drinking the tea isn't easy but, I close my eyes, press my nose and drink. @soulspasms yes ooo I forced everyone to drink it #wickedgrin.

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    1. Madam the madam, I hail oh!

      I prefer taking the tea made from freshly boiled leaves than that made from the powdered form. That one is nauseating.

      The first time I took it, my system immediately detected an intruder!

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    2. The one made frm the seed or the dry leaf is so terrible to the mouth! Kai I can't take that one, but this is better

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  9. D salad is very nice trust me guys don't mind how it looks! Nice one Debby! But I won't drink the water tho!lol

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  10. AnonymousJuly 27, 2013

    Moringa is very very medicinal n its good 4d body.u guys can google it n see 4ur self.Rose

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  11. AnonymousJuly 27, 2013

    You guys should really try it,its like abacha,buh d northern kinda abacha,+ muringa is very nutritious and highly medicinal,it cures bout 300 diseases.just give it a try.

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  12. AnonymousJuly 27, 2013

    Debby is it bitter cus I want to knw if I add it to porridge

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  13. AnonymousJuly 27, 2013

    Debby is it bitter cus I want to knw if I add it to porridge

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    1. Yes you can add it to porridge, but you need to cook it for some minutes like 5, den wash and add, you still get the richness without the bitterness, CAUTION after eating it you will visit the toilet a lot, that's just to show its cleaning your system okay, so don't be afraid.

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    2. Lmao @ CAUTION
      I don't know o... I've heard about the health benefits though.
      Will try it out someday soon...
      Thanks Deborah!

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  14. AnonymousJuly 27, 2013

    Its tasty wen eaten wit stew/add to oda veggies&make vegtble soup.

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  15. I'm still struggling to drink the tea and now this. Nah, I go jump am pass!

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  16. Its really nice, just try it out. @Debby, kuli kuli is groundnut cake in english. I'll sure come to your place for my share of moringa salad.

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    1. Sadia till u come, miss you hun! If I miss u too much will come to katsina oo, so tell oga dat u need to come to kd! Ina miss naki sosia

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  17. AnonymousJuly 27, 2013

    Ewww. This cant possibly taste good. Moringa ke

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  18. AnonymousJuly 27, 2013

    Thank U for this...used 2 live in d north and I heard the quality of d tree is better in the north...all dis while no1 seem 2 know d hausa name 4 it, and it was so hard describin it 2 dem..glad I know it now, d salad I wud def try but dunno abt d fresh pepper and onions! D yaji seemed ok, but can't imagine chewin uncooked pepper...as for the tea..drinking bitter tea is my forte! Dat I can deal with, me love bitter! :-)

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  19. AnonymousJuly 27, 2013

    Can a pregnant woman take moringa?

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    1. I think you can ask your doctor or google! I really don't know. I know of Anty's that took it while pregnant and they were ok, but body system differs so I advice u to ask ur Doctor.

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    2. AnonymousJuly 27, 2013

      U should be able to.I am two months preggers and I eat abacha a lot, and it makes me go to toilet very well...it's good.I Thnk anything that makes u go to toilet is very ok cos it cleanses ur system.

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  20. AnonymousJuly 27, 2013

    Pls anty eya I want 2 learn H◌ w̶̲̥̅̊ 2 cook pepper soup pls à n̶̲̥̅̊ ƌ̲̣̣̣̥ pls...becos I will like 2 cook it 2morrow 4 my huzzy thanks

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    1. Hi anon, I guess Aunty Eya has a recipe on Peper soup. Or if you want I could help with steps nd ingredients. Just check older post.

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  21. AnonymousJuly 27, 2013

    Pls help me with d ingredients thanks U̶̲̥̅̊

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    1. Meat or fish, your preference
      Fresh or grounded Peper
      Ehuru, Uda, Mkpuru oziza, Little crayfish (optional),Salt ,Onga soup or any other Maggi, I bulb of onion, Little ginger(optional).,Scent leaf, water.
      Steps :
      1)wash your meat and cook. If you have time. You could marinate your meat so it could be more tasty.
      2)Add finely blended onions and ginger. Allow to simmer.
      3)Add grounded spices above on moderate qty pls, as too much of it could give a slightly bitter taste.
      4)Add Peper, Maggi and salt to taste.
      5)Add scent leaf or hot leaf.
      Note :
      The qty of spices you add depends on the qty of meat you are cooking. Also the above mentioned spices I don't know the English names or what other tribes call it, but market women would give them to you provided you give them the correct name.
      You could also get already made Peper soup spices in the market from sellers. But sincerely the taste with the self made spice aren't same.
      Goodluck

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    2. Meat or fish, your preference
      Fresh or grounded Peper
      Ehuru, Uda, Mkpuru oziza, Little crayfish (optional),Salt ,Onga soup or any other Maggi, I bulb of onion, Little ginger(optional).,Scent leaf, water.
      Steps :
      1)wash your meat and cook. If you have time. You could marinate your meat so it could be more tasty.
      2)Add finely blended onions and ginger. Allow to simmer.
      3)Add grounded spices above on moderate qty pls, as too much of it could give a slightly bitter taste.
      4)Add Peper, Maggi and salt to taste.
      5)Add scent leaf or hot leaf.
      Note :
      The qty of spices you add depends on the qty of meat you are cooking. Also the above mentioned spices I don't know the English names or what other tribes call it, but market women would give them to you provided you give them the correct name.
      You could also get already made Peper soup spices in the market from sellers. But sincerely the taste with the self made spice aren't same.
      Goodluck

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  22. @LNC thanks for the recipe, but u for cook am for us na.

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  23. AnonymousJuly 28, 2013

    @LNC THANKS..-I WILL GET BACK 2 U̶̲̥̅̊

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  24. Madam LNC where gave you been?

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  25. AnonymousJuly 28, 2013

    Moringa isn't bitter na its tasteless, just wondering y u pple r saying its bitter.n for d pregnant women its veggies so u can eat n drink it too.michgirl

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  26. AnonymousJuly 30, 2013

    Michgirl tank u for writing abt the taste. I tried the veg yestaday n discovered it wasn't bitter, was even confused weda I was eating/drinking anoda type of moringa leave, came online to ask for debbys email so I can send her d pic to b sure its d moringa leave.

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