Gbegiri is made from beans and it's easy to make. It is mostly served with Ewedu soup and stew with amala to make a dish called abula.
- 1 Cup Brown or black eyed beans
- 2 tbspn Palm oil
- 1 tbspn Cayenne pepper
- 1 tbsp Locust beans
- 1 Stock cube
- 1 Salt
Peel the beans. Click HERE for the easiest and fastest way to peel beans-(How to peel beans with blender)
Put the beans in a pot or pressure cooker, add water and cook till very soft.
When beans is cooked, take it off heat. Pour cooked beans in blender and blend till smooth.
Pour blended beans back in the pot and put on stove. Add stock cube, locust beans, cayenne pepper, palmoil and salt to taste.
Leave to cook for 5 minutes then take off heat.
Best served with Ewedu, buka stew and amala
You can substitute Cayenne pepper for fresh pepper (Scotchbonnet +bell pepper)
Gbegiri thickens easily which is ok. Add water to get your desired concistency.
Did not count calories for this recipe.