February 22, 2011

Ewa Agoyin

Ewa Agoyin
Ingredient
For the beans:
2 cups red beans
salt to taste
For the sauce:
1 large white onion (chopped)
1 cup palm oil
1tsp salt
1 cube maggi
1/4 cup dried blended crayfish
1 large roma tomatoes
1 large bell pepper
4 habanero peppers
another half size medium onion

Direction HERE

21 comments:

Shabana said...

i love black eye peas! have not had it in a while though! good cooking.
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Aminat said...

ummmm, so yummy, I have my ewa in the pressure cooker already, this should go with agege bread...and the combined taste..ooooo super yummy...

9jaFOODie said...

@ Shabana... Thanks for stopping by!
@ Aunt D : hahhahahha... abi oo.. I trust you have T&T bread at home.

wienna said...

loool...ewa agoyin sandwich.

Nice Anon said...

Chai! Where have I been? can I come and camp out at your house?

NikkiSho said...

that second picture....bureedi ati ewa agoyin

Ibhade {NG} said...

now! i know how the sauce is prepared...i like the beans a lot & do buy them until i saw that they present it to their shrines before moving out to sale, hence i refused buying it though i missed it...i can now do it at home!..tnx 9jafoodie...you are such a darling!

9jaFOODie said...

@ Wienna ...lol. thanks for stopping by
@Nice anon : you are welcome to come camp out.my only condition is that you bring your appetite. thanks for stopping by :)
@ Nikki .... hhsahahah... u said it mate. lol. too funny.
@ NG : they present it to shrine? r u for real? hahah... only in nigeria oo. wetin the shrine suppose do to the food? na wa o. awwww...am I really a darling, haha.. i will take it :D.Thanks NG.

The Corner Shop said...

Yum yum!! Rumbling tummy! I love brown beans and bread :D

Adiya

9jaFOODie said...

I know eiiii... I find myself loving beans of late. Thanks for stopping by.

Ibhade {NG} said...

yes o!..am for real! the IGUN'S mostly worship the water goddess..after cooking in the morning, the women would place their pots around the shrine so as to be prayed for by the priestess, as a homage, they pour some palm oil from the pot unto the shrine.They live in a community life style around Ilesha-oshodi expressway.

9jaFOODie said...

waooooo..... That's quiet scary o_O

Nice Anon said...

You forgot to add gym. Odiegwu live with you na overweight waiting to happen. Chai! loving it

9jaFOODie said...

lol...Gym dey my backyard. lol.

Vyvyka said...

ewa agoyin ati dodo is in trouble this week. That picture is too tempting!

9jaFOODie said...

hahahah....That's wasup Vyvyka! Thanks for stopping by.

Oluwatobi said...

I showed this to my Mexican friend and he wants to try it! Lol. He was like 'woah, that looks good!' Haha!

9jaFOODie said...

yeiiiiii... awww.. you are way too kind tobi! Thank you thank u. *happy dance*

Vyvyka said...

lol...lol...just set off the alarm while trying to bleach my palm oil. I

9jaFOODie said...

LWKMD: Sorry hen, the end result will be worth it :D

Anonymous said...

I remember agonyi beans at Ghana high