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Saturday, March 04, 2023

Saturday Breakfast

 Eating in the Morning is very important!


This food up there looks so yummy!

What are you eating this Morning?......Enjoy

Let me ask you guys, for those that live in the Diaspora, where there is no leaf, what is the best way to cook your moin moin? Please dont say you cook your in small polythene or Nylon bags cos I heard its dangerous to cook plastic with food....so how do you make moin moin? Is there another leaf to use in the diaspora?

28 comments:

  1. That food up there is calling my name o.
    I had boiled sweet potato with palm oil

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  2. I use small plastic lidded plates

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  3. Rice and beans ,fish and meat stew.........Josaria

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  4. What coincidence 😅😅
    As I type this, I'm eating moin moin, cooked in nylon tho🙄🙄. I remember years back my mum had bought small aluminium plates for moin moin, dnt knw what happened coz after some weeks some covers went missing and there was also the issue with spilling in the pots while cooking.
    Honestly the nylons are kinda more practical for now coz we make plenty and stock in the freezer, just bring out and warm when you want to eat for breakfast or...

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  5. I just had 3 -1 in one coffee ☕

    Stella those in diaspora must not use leaf now,me that is here don't even use leaf too..not that I don't know how to use it but I prefer the disposable cup method,it works perfect and get done quick

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    1. The leaf adds a particular flavor, when i crave it, i use the leaf otherwise it is nylon for me.
      Stella forget that thing, do you know how many unhealthy and dangerous food you guys in the diaspora consume, cooking moi moi with nylon should be the least of your problem

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  6. Bread and kote soup to the rescue,on my way out for business now.

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  7. I'm eating cold fufu with Oha soup😂

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  8. I made pancakes with hot tea.

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  9. Lagos Mainland Girl4 March 2023 at 09:46

    @Madam Stella, Ramekin bowls for moimoi

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  10. I use Foil containers or Foil paper wrap.

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  11. Just had yam and palm oil. I think Port Harcourt yam is the sweetest yam in this life because I never used to like yam before, except old yam. Now ehn, yam is yam😭... Can eat yam 3x a day, everyday of the week. Thank you God for creating yam because... I'm so emotional. Yam is the best food in this life rn🥺

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    1. I love yam eh

      My absolute favorite food but e too cost now, I wanted to buy yesterday, the price fear me, I kuku boil rice

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    2. Chai Fidel, truly you love yam. Every line for ya comment get "yam" inside.

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    3. Anon 00:18 🤣🤣🤣. See me checking each of her sentences and it's true. What a love for yam🤣

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  12. Noodles and eggs 😊😊😊😊

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  13. That food up there looks tantalizing! Stella, I live in Nigeria but use ceramic mugs for my moinmoin. Some research say it's the healthier option, second to leaf. I've been using mugs for like 2 years now.

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  14. That seafood fried is so tempting 😍

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  15. Stella biko that yummy goodness up there is calling my name

    Me I use nylon biko for moin moin

    Gifty

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  16. Presently eating moimoi and ogi


    I use nylon for my moimoi since it's once in awhile I believe there shouldn't be any problem

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  17. Breakfast is crunchy akara and smooth pap, been dreaming about it for days.

    Stella, this abroad don teach me many things o. A lot of them I took for granted while in Nigeria. I have learnt to beautifully weave, braid and crochet my hair.
    For the moin moin, you can use ceramic cups or bowls. You can also turn into a baking tray and pop in the oven.

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  18. I’ve had mocha, now eating porridge with blueberries. Stella, you can use ramekins or aluminium bowls that Yorubas call abo ayo. We get ewe moinmoin normally.

    Ayettymama.

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  19. Yeah. You can use rameskins as suggested by@ayettymama but the best is the US made cooking pouch called JESDIT.
    It cost $20 for a pack of 20.
    It's sealable and reusable if you can clean out the inside edges wella( haven't reused any though).

    Don't fill to brim,give space for the raise. Please seal it well.
    Line the base of the pot with thick cloth to avoid melting the foil and drop foil while water is boiling already. Watch your hands for steam🤷
    Make sure the pot lid is airtight and water level is half way.
    It cooks in less than an hour.
    Remove from fire and drop in cold water to chill before you unwrap.

    I'm making agidi jollof with it this morning,last night I made pinkish momoi, whitey ekuru and some wraps of white strong agidi from ground flour
    for chicken pepper soup.
    Something light and pepperish for this weather abeg.

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  20. With this kind of food up there, breakfast is sure important. Where can I see a chef to marry bikonu? Someone should help a sister.

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