Nigerian Honey Beans (Oloyin)

Oloyin

Oloyin Nigerian Honey beans are cultivated from northern parts of Nigeria. Healthy beans, free of weevils. Our Oloyin are of free of harmful germicides residue. They are  robust in shape.  The moisture content of our Oloyin is very low.

Our beans are stone free. Dust free. All defective and broken beans are removed.  They are  packaged in our state-of-the-art factory.

How to make Oloyin with Plantain

Ingredients

Uses:

Nigerian Honey beans are very rich in protein. Its provides a healthy substitute to meat and fish. They are rich in fibre.  They are good for lowering cholesterol. They are quiet affordable by many families. Once cooked, they can be  served with any soup/sauce of your choice.

Protein Enrichment of Menus and Change of Taste Buds- Frequently cooked as a mixture as in beans and rice, beans and plantain, beans and yam and can be served with any soup/sauce of your choice.

2 Cups Oloyin

Onion

3 Tomatoes

1 Fresh pepper

1 Table spoon Ground Crayfish

3 Maggi cubes

2 tea spoons of salt

1 tea spoon of dry pepper

2 spoons of palm oil

5 Cups of water

Preparation:

*Wash Oloyin

*Pour 3 cups of water into pot and Boil

*Boil for 15 minutes and add 1 cup of water

*If the beans are not soft add more water

*When the beans has started to make a slight paste, and water reduced (but not covering the beans) add chopped onions

*Add blended tomato. Add pepper and stir in.

*Add salt. Add dry pepper and 2 Maggi cubes

*Allow to stew for an extra five minutes

*Add your blended crayfish powder and stir in. *Allow to simmer for about 3 minutes and add your palm oil.

*For an extra 2 minutes, allow the palm oil simmer and serve with Fried Plantain, Boiled Plantain, Yam, Rice, Bread, Gari, etc.