How to make Nigerian Moi-Moi using bean flour( Baked Beans pudding)

2 cups beans flour
1/2 onion
1 mackerel fillets in tomato
2 boiled Eggs
1/3 knorr cubes (or maggi)
1 teaspoon nutmeg
2 tablespoon of olive oil
3 pieces of dried pepper


Blend the beans, flour, onion and pepper together in a blender and
pour into a bowl
Add, mackerel fillets, nutmeg, seasoning cube, oil and salt to taste
stir properly
pour in a baking mold
Add sliced boiled eggs on top of the Moi-Moi
Preheated oven to 200C and place a container with water inside to avoid drying out your Moi-Moi.
Once the oven is preheated, bake your Moi-Moi for for 15 to 20 minutes.

Ripe plantain puree



  • 1/2 ripe plantain
  • 1 teaspoon of unsalted butter
  • 100ml baby formula/ water


Peel and cut the plantain, put into a pot
Cook for about 10 minutes until the plantain is soft
Transfer to a food processor, add 100ml baby formula or water to the mix and blend until smooth.


Add small amount of organic unsalted butter and serve.

Home made Pap (Ogi)


Most families in Nigeria make pap for breakfast. Pap is made from corn

Growing up back home in Nigeria i was brought up with pap and i decided to make some for my baby so he can get used to the Nigerian/African cuisine. I have been wanting to make pap for a long time, and when i finally decided to give it a try last week, it turned out great.


1 kg yellow dry  corn
Sieve / cheesecloth


Soak corn in water for 4-5 days until tender
Change the water every day
Blend the corn in a blender until smooth
Sieve corn to remove corn chaff
Let the liquid mixture settle for 3 hours
Pour out the excess water, the pap will settle at the bottom of the bowl
Transfer into a cheesecloth/ bag so the water can drip away
Pap can be stored in the refrigerator until you are ready to prepare it

Making Fried plantain

  • Peel the plantains
  • Slice half a plantain diagonally
  • Add pinch of salt
  • Pre-heat pan with oil/butter when hot add in the slice pieces of plantain 
  • Fry until tender and golden brown for about 2 minutes on each side
  • Serve with  fried eggs or tomato sauce