Okay so this blog post has been on and off for the past 2 Week’s due to unseen circumstances but better late than never.
Since I was a child I’ve always felt Moin Moin is one of those acquired taste type of dishes. Moin Moin is not one of those dishes everyone takes to it immediately, but if prepared right, it is such a nice to die for protein rich dish.
My Aunty Janet used to loved making it and that is where I used to eat it. I absolutely enjoyed the way she prepared it with the boiled egg centre mmmmmh 😜 and accompanied by jollof rice and assorted meat or chicken and meat pie 😋
Anyway you get the picture right 😜 So, when I found out that Real African Food were expanding their range from #LoveChinChin to include #LoveMoinMoin etc the excitement was real. They sent me a parcel full of yummy goodies to try out and review and I simply couldn’t wait.
I can’t fault the mix in anyway shape or form. I steamed it but made life difficult for myself lol 😂 half way through the steaming process it dawned on me I could have just used my steamer or maybe even my pressure cooker, instead of what I did 👇below;
Anyway that was that but I absolutely enjoyed it and had DD taste it and she asked for a second round ☺️ For someone whose very fussy and doesn’t eat a lot, I was pleased about that.
So would I recommend the #RealAfricanFood and their new product #LoveMoinMoin, absolutely. 5/5
P.s if you need a yummy home cinema snack, not boring popcorn, i’d Suggest you get your hands on Love Chin Chin. It is now available in family pack sizes 😉 like the one attached here, thank me later. 😘
Thank you for reading and make sure you get to your nearest Costco, Tesco and Asda and get some.