posted May 4, 2010, 9:51 AM by Gladys Ngwe
updated May 8, 2010, 8:19 AM by reinoud vaandrager
- 1 kg koki beans
- 1 liter red palm oil
- 1 tablespoon salt
- Wash the beans to be peal up, pick out any dirt in it.
- Ground it and divide in to half.
- Put it in a molter or an open pot.
- Add teaspoon salt and a small cup of water.
- Stand a frying pan in the fire and add oil and let it bleach.
- Start tiring the beans in the pot so that is should be rising.
- Take a frying spoon and a small dishing spoon (flat spoon)
- Stand a dish of water close to you.
- When the oil is ready not too hot no cold, you will take a flat spoon and be removing the beans and putting it inside the pot.
- Once you put one, sent your spoon inside the water to prevent it from oil.
- Make sure that the oil should not touch your spoon because immediately as oil touches your spoon and you don't sent it inside the water, and just sent straight to the molter, it will not rise again.
- Make sure that one should be on it own not putting one on top of another and you don't have to put so-many at a time.
- After ten minutes, turn it for the other side to done and in another seven minutes you remove and put another set.
- When finish, add the remaining one in the molter and do same.
- It is vegetarian
- It is not spicy.
- Recipe contributor: Rose Mbef