Fried beans dooneys kitchen recipes

Iyenekere’s Scented Efo riro

Iyenekere’s Scented Efo riro

When the pepper mix has boiled through, in a pot, heat up palm oil and fry chopped onions till it softens, then you add the pepper and fry till it starts to take on the look of well fried stew
The Moin Moinlette/Omoinlette

The Moin Moinlette/Omoinlette

From corned beef, to sardine to fried meats, smoked fish, smoked or boiled mackerel. I was working in not so new territory, but goodness me, none of the recipes I saw involved blended beans
Akara Osu

Akara Osu

Still craving something savoury and deep fried, i decided on Akara. Yes now, to make Akara Osu properly, you need to get the beans in paste form
Buka Fusion Jollof and the Nigerian Rice bowl

Buka Fusion Jollof and the Nigerian Rice bowl

The usual accompaniments are plain boiled beans, fried plantain (dodo) and boiled eggs. Ordinarily, jollof rice and beans may not be everyone’s favourite, even though personally, i love it, BUT Buka Jollof, beans, dodo and eggs, is the business
Lemon and Garlic Chicken Curry

Lemon and Garlic Chicken Curry

I share handy tips, there is one post on Jollof rice and Fried rice which you just need to go check out
Miyan Taushe and Tuwo Shinkafa

Miyan Taushe and Tuwo Shinkafa

Put the fried meat back into the pot containing beef stock and mashed pumpkin, let it cook till the stock starts to bubble up
Gbegiri – updated recipe

Gbegiri – updated recipe

Once you have well fried pepper, with enough oil, add the bean puree and give it a good stir. I didn’t want to rely totally on her to make it from scratch so I offered to bring the sieved beans paste
Akara Waffles

Akara Waffles

Seems even with the vegetarians and vegans, Nigerians take the cake with cooking with blended beans. Thanks to you, I didn’t have to go buy ONE MORE kitchen gadget
DodoKara – the wrap and the pancake

DodoKara – the wrap and the pancake

A Dooney’s Kitchen Original which I have christened DodoKara from the word – ‘dodo’ (fried plantain) and ‘Akara’ (fried bean batter)
Nigerian Devilled Eggs

Nigerian Devilled Eggs

Being inspired by Sarah and Remmy Tee, I told Feyi that I was going to be trying Devilled Eggs for breakfast, especially as Sarah’s version looked from afar like Jollof rice with fried meat
Egusi Ijebu – the authentic version with a twist

Egusi Ijebu – the authentic version with a twist

You know anything fried is tasty right, even better in Egusi soup. Iru – fermented locust beans. To launch my presence in her Kitchen, the first of many by His Grace, after I was done with Ewedu Asepo (recipe HERE), I told her to show me how she made her Egusi Ijebu, because the colour and consistency of her Egusi Ijebu is amazing
The Moin Moin Salad

The Moin Moin Salad

I wanted to give my salad some ooomph, and flash back to Nigerian parties, where you got served moin moin, salad, jollof rice/fried rice on a plate, and a side of diced dodo

Ramadan Weekly Menu plan

Yamarita fries – or plain boiled or lightly fried Yam with Efo Riro (vegetable soup). Moin Moin and Pap or Oats with milk – if you are making a large batch, see my post about peeling beans in a blender or food processor