QUICK MOIN-MOIN RECIPE WITH BEANS FLOUR!


mon main with bean flour
Earlier today I put up a post on my Facebook, My SnapChat, My Twitter asking which Moin-Moin recipe to post: Moin-Moin made with beans or Moin-Moin made with beans flour, the people voted and beans flour won! LOL. I quickly ran to the market to buy smoked mackerel fish and the rest of my Moin-Moin ingredients I didn't have at home and within an hour 30 minutes I made it, filmed it and here it is for you! You definitely should SUBSCRIBE to my YouTube Channel by Clicking HERE to see ALL the recipes I have. Warning: DO NOT copy my recipe text to your blog or website without my consent! You can share my videos but don't copy my recipe TEXT! Wehdone.


Beans flour makes making moin-moin so easy. Using Ramekins make it easier. Using the Oven makes it the easiest thing to prepare! LOL. 

INGREDIENTS
1 Cup Beans Flour
1 Cup hot Chicken/Beef Stock
2 Cups hot Water
3 Tbs Crayfish
1 Smoked Mackerel
1/4 Cup Vegetable Oil
1 Onions
1 Bell Pepper aka Tatashe
1 Habanero aka Rodo
1 Shombo aka ?
1 Tsp Paprika
2 Seasoning Cube (Depending on how much you have in your stock)
2 tsp Salt (Depending on how much you have in your stock)


PREPARATION

  • In a baking pan, pour enough water to fill it and place in the oven under the baking tray where the moin-Moin will be. Pre heat your oven to 350 degrees.
  • Place Beans Flour, Stock, Water, Crayfish, Vegetable Oil, Onions, Tatashe, Rodo, Shombo, Paprika, Curry, Thyme, Seasoning Cube and Salt in a blender and whizz together till smooth. 
  • Spray Ramekins with oil and pour in the beans mixture, add smoked mackerel that has been shredded and cover ramekins with a foil paper. 
  • Transfer to the oven and leave to cook for 45 minutes. 
  • When done, leave out to cool for 10 minutes then tip the ramekins over to take out the Moin-Moin or was as e dey hot!

VIDEO

10 comments

  1. Very nice recipe and simple. Please can aluminium plate (old school moi moi plate) be used in the oven in place of the ramekin?

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  2. Lolz. Don't copy the recipe text to your blog but copy it to your kitchen







    FAVOURMOYSE BLOG

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  3. Yum! Yum! I've never tried moimoi out before. I should try this recipe soon.

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  4. Sisi Yemmie you are a genius, see how simple you have made moi moi I will give this a try.

    www.wurassecrethair.blogspot.com

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  5. Sisi you too much!!! #sisiyemmieblogaddict#

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  6. Please Ma, where can I get the ramekins from in Lagos ? Thank you for the recipe

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  7. I am not the biggest fan of moi moi unless my dad is making it LOL. However I really want to make a vegan version for this for church. Do you think i could use a cupcake tin?

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  8. Hi dear yemisi please where can we get the ramekin bowls from please. Thank you.

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  9. Pls Can those foil plates be used instead of the ramekins

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  10. The 'Shombo' is also known as 'Cayenne Pepper'!!!!!
    Can't wait to try this!

    Thank you!

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