Moyin-Moyin also known as Moin-Moin, Moi-Moi, Moimoi is referring to a savory bean pudding. It is usually prepared from black-eyed peas or other beans available on hand. Using the traditional way, Moyin-Moyin is to wrap the beans in leaves (such as banana leaves) them steam it. In modern Africa it is often cooked in empty tin cans, or muffin pans or muffin tins. There are many variations of Moyin-Moyin. To make a simple version some optional ingredients must not be added and to make a fancier Moyin-Moyin include one or more of the optional ingredients.

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