Tasty Moi moi With Egg And Corned Beef By Ama

Egg And Corned Beef Moi Moi Collage
Good day Aunty Eya,

So as promised, I tried your corned beef moi moi recipe today. I couldn't bring myself to cook anything on Saturday  but I did it today. I added eggs to mine. It was YUMMY! 


Hubby was so impatient while it was on the fire and the minute it was ready, he pounced on it. I didn't hear his voice till he had downed two bowls with cold garri oh, next thing he said :"babes, gimme one more. Shey it is plenty remaining oh cos I will eat it again this night and tomorrow". That was all the "thank you" I needed. LOL!!!

I don't

like food cooked/served in nylon bags (Santana) and I really didn't have time for moi moi leaves, so I used little bowls. And because I used corned beef, I was really watching the amount of salt I put as I was mixing it.  It came out perfectly. Sadly, I couldn't eat much as my supermodel baby in the belle no gree me chop. All in all, I'm mighty proud of my first trial. Lemme check your site and see what I will cook next. :-)

Thanks so much for all you do.


NB: Always remember that cooking moi moi with leaves or ceramics is the best option healthwise.

Bonus Moi moi Recipes:
My moi moi and egg served with custard

How to cook corn moi moi by Mrs Sykes

How to preserve broad moi moi leaves By Debbie

Comments

  1. Anonymous11/05/2013

    Looks yummy, nice one Ama.

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  2. Anonymous11/05/2013

    I am hungry ooooh! See temptation this hot afternoon. Looks yummy. I just licked my phone. Lol
    Ps: white plates make food presentations very nice. But I'm still hungry. Welldone Ama.

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    1. Anonymous11/05/2013

      Now you are talking. I almost began to visualize you as an empty brain.

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  4. •Omalicha•11/05/2013

    Nice!

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  5. How I love moi moi so much, thanks you have done well

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  6. Anonymous11/05/2013

    Eya u no go kil us wit food. D wc bkgrd is making feeln hungry. Food food food! Ama. I love d recipie.

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  7. Anonymous11/05/2013

    Eya u no go kil us wit food. D wc bkgrd is making feeln hungry. Food food food! Ama. I love d recipie.

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    1. Anonymous11/06/2013

      Thanks.
      Ama

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    2. Anonymous11/06/2013

      Thanks.
      Ama

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  8. Anonymous11/05/2013

    Eya u no go kil us wit food. D wc bkgrd is making feeln hungry. Food food food! Ama. I love d recipie.

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  9. This days eh, I feel like lifting all this foods right into my freezer.
    Never knew corned beef and moi-moi can be used together, I'll make this for my SIL next week.
    ION : Please somebody should post Banga Rice recipe. I want to break the bond of my clinic Madam Banga Rice. She just won't give me her recipe and so far for this Warri her BR is among the top 3. Ma Eya abeg shake body

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  10. This days eh, I feel like lifting all this foods right into my freezer.
    Never knew corned beef and moi-moi can be used together, I'll make this for my SIL next week.
    ION : Please somebody should post Banga Rice recipe. I want to break the bond of my clinic Madam Banga Rice. She just won't give me her recipe and so far for this Warri her BR is among the top 3. Ma Eya abeg shake body

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  11. Ama are the bowls you used plastic and how come the bowls didn't melt in the pot? Very inviting by the way.

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    1. Anonymous11/05/2013

      Thanks Lizzy. Yes, they are little plastic bowls with covers. Here's how come they didn't melt: while I was mixing the moi moi, I boiled a full kettle of water. When I was done scooping portions into bowls and setting them in the pot, I poured the kettle of boiling water into the pot (as opposed to using cold water to boil it). As the water dries up (it won't dry up that much though), keep adding water. If the pot goes dry is how come the bowls will melt. I hope this helps.
      Ama

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    2. Anonymous11/06/2013

      Chiamaka udechukwu?

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    3. Anonymous11/06/2013

      No, not Chiamaka.

      Ama

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    4. Anonymous11/06/2013

      No, not Chiamaka.

      Ama

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  12. Anonymous11/05/2013

    No matter how I try, my moi moi always come out looking mushy. The mush is tasty o, but abeg watz d cause? Don't like mushy moi moi

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    1. Anonymous11/06/2013

      Too much water in the mixture. Mix with less water next time.

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  13. Anonymous11/05/2013

    Sorry to derail, but this is a follow-up to the post about females washing their under-wear before wearing.
    Apparently, it's not just about new under-wear, but all damp clothing, and could affect anyone, male or female. So, that story about maggots coming out of a lady's breast is very true.

    The condition is called Myasis, transmitted by various flies, most commonly the Tumbu fly in Africa. I got this from Wikipedia.
    "Female tumbu flies lay their eggs in soil contaminated with feces or
    urine or on damp clothing or bed linens. Damp clothing hanging to dry
    makes for a perfect spot. The larvae hatch in 2–3 days and attach
    to unbroken skin and penetrate the skin, producing swelling.[7] If the
    larvae hatch in soil, any disturbance of the soil causes them to wriggle
    to the surface to penetrate the skin of the host."

    It's prevented by ironing all clothing before you wear them.

    Aunt Eyah, please, put this up for all to see. I saw a patient at the hospital today who was treated for it.

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  14. Anonymous11/05/2013

    Thank you everyone for liking my yummy moi moi. Maybe I should send y'all some take away packs? Gaaaaan make your own joh! LOL

    Ama

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  15. I am officially watching my weight and my favorite appears before me........ www.itwillendinpraises.
    Thanks Ama

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  16. Anonymous11/06/2013

    Pls am desperately in need of a job. Pls help a sister out. I live in abuja

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  17. Anonymous11/06/2013

    how do i make smooth and soft moi moi

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