How To Make Corn Moi Moi With Corn Flour



A pot of moi moi
This corn moi moi tasted good but wasn't as soft as the one I made with fresh corn. It was hard and I think that's because corn flour is made from dry corn. When next I try, I'll soak the corn flour over night before cooking my moi moi cos I like corn moi moi. There is one on the blog posted by Mrs Sykes.

To get soft moi moi from corn flour, please
soak overnight before wrapping and cooking.

The procedure is same as any moi moi making procedure.

Ingredients for corn moi moi:
Cornflour
Palm oil
Pepper sauce
Roughly ground crayfish
Seasoning cubes
Salt
Onion
moi moi leaves
Water



Corn flour for corn moi moi

Mixing Cornflour with ingredients

Wrapped corn moi moi boiling in a pot

Cooked corn moi moi

Hot corn moi moi

Nice corn moi moi but not soft enough
Enjoy!
Fresh corn is in season now, so there is no need for moi moi with corn flour. Cooking this with fresh corn is the best.

More moi moi On Wives Connection blog:

  1. moi moi with leaves and bags by Mizosa
  2. moi moi in disposable cups
  3. moi moi with tatashe and corned beef
  4. moi moi with garri
  5. moi moi with brown beans skin
  6. moi moi with boiled egg

Comments

  1. Nice, well done, will try it, but is d palm oil not too much?

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  2. Anonymous8/15/2013

    the Mexicans have something similar with more ingredients and no palm oil wrapped in corn leaves the call it "Tamales" Google it

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  3. Anonymous8/15/2013

    U may not need to soak it over night just add a little more water. It's like using beans flour to make moi moi, u add enof water so u'll get soft moi moi.
    TOKONI

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  4. Anonymous8/15/2013

    Corn pudding

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  5. Just came back from d villa with loads(as in full rice sack) of corn given to moi by my swt MIL. Am definitely gonna cook dis meal 2mao. Avnt eaten it b4 buh I hope I wil lyk d taste. Tnxz Mrs sykes n Aunty eya for a detailed post on corn moimoi.

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  6. Anonymous8/17/2013

    I can't wrap this leave, can I do it in a lylon bag?

    Patsy

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    1. Yes Patsy, you can wrap the leaves in nylon bags like this one by Mizosa: http://www.wivestownhallconnection.com/2013/05/pictorials-how-to-make-moi-moi-with.html

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  7. Anonymous8/17/2013

    Thank you!

    Patsy

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  8. Anonymous8/22/2013

    Eya,you MUST add ripe plantain the next time you make it ,this time with CORNMEAL,blend everything together,add enough pepper to balance the sweetness.You are welcome.

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