Amazing video. I love the quality. Great job.
Thank you much Mimi
Thanks. Can’t wait to try it.
Great! let us know how it turns out
Thanks for this new ideas I can’t wait to try it.
Do let us know how it turns out.
Is it okay to use cupcake pans with pealed beans,that is with normal moi moi pudding?
I am not sure what the best moi moi container is apart from using leaves
yes, it works. Honestly you can steam moimoi in anything at all.
Thanks for this wonderful recipe. Pls i will like to know the quantity of water to put in the mixture in order to make it soft when you are cooking with black eyed beans.Also can one put the mixture into a food processor when you dont have a mixer. Cheers!
Please use the water to beans ratio specified in the recipe, the type of beans doesn’t matter. A food processor isn’t designed to puree, a blender will give you better result.
Thanks for having such a blog. I had always wanted to do something like this and I am mighty pleased you did not just think it but went one better to do it.
Your Moin-moin video was quite helpful and I am hoping what is have made using the tutorial will turn out great.
awww thank you.
Can I use vegetable oil instead of palm oil?
yes you can. be mindful that the color will be a little lighter though.
Thank you for your feedback. I absolutely love your recipe blogs because I am from the Caribbean and my husband is from Nigeria so this helps me to keep his belly happy…..lol…plus I love Nigerian food! YOU ARE APPRECIATED! Happy new month and happy Sunday to you. Stay blessed
Thank you for the kind words!!! much appreciated.
Thanks for this video, its very helpful. So you don’t use tomatoe puree in your Moin Moin then? What can I use as alternative to palm oil(allergic)
hello Femi- i have never used tomato puree. regular vegetable oil or butter will work in place of palm oil.
Can I eliminate or substitute the crayfish. We can not any kind of shellfish and I’m looking for ways to naija foods without them. Any help would be great.
You can use ground up smoked fish as an alternative.
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