African Food

How To Prepare Nigerian Adalu (Beans And Corn) With This Simple Recipe

Adalu is an indigenous delicacy eaten mainly by westerners. It is made from a combination of beans and corn cooked together and is a delicious and great way to spice up your menu.

Although you were once a slave during the preparation of Adalu, you can try this quick and easy method and tell us how easy it was to find it. Sometimes with food, beauty is in simplicity.

With this recipe, the flavors do not compete with each other, and your taste buds can relax and enjoy the taste of beans and sweet corn without being overwhelmed by all these additives like crab, dried fish, fresh fish, etc.



INGREDIENTS

  • 3 cups of beans
  • 1 cup sweet corn (if you don’t have raw corn)
  • 2 red peppers – tatashe
  • 1 red onion
  • 2-3 pieces of rodo ata – scotch cap/habanero pepper
  • palm oil
  • salt
  • Spice cubes

How to Prepare

  1. Cook the beans with enough water. Chop half the onions and add to the pan. Let it cook until the beans are tender. Look closely at the beans; you don’t want to overcook them and soften them. If you still have plenty of water, remove it.
  2. Mix the peppers, the stork, and the rest of the onions with some water and set aside.
  3. When the beans are soft, and there is little water left in the pan, add the pepper from step 2, sweet corn, salt, and a cube of spices. Stir and cook for another 10 minutes.
  4. After 10 minutes, stir the beans and taste the salt and spices. Repeat the season as needed. Add a good amount of palm oil. Stir and cook for another 5 minutes, and you’re done.

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BOROKINNI BURHAN
Popularly known as “phoenix” is a Metallurgical engineer in-view, foodie, and a serial sports lover. He publishes on African Native Dishes on 54history alongside supporting Manchester United. Asides writing, he enjoys playing PES and trusts us, he is a beast at that. Connect with Phoenix on his socials

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