How To Cook Beans Porridge

Served Beans Porridge

Welcome back to Dee’s Mealz. Dorcas here, and today, I will be telling you how to cook beans porridge.

To prepare beans porridge, we will be needing the main ingredient which is the beans (white or brown beans). I will be using brown bean to prepare today’s porridge. And in addition to the beans, I will be using pepper, onion, palm oil, seasoning cubes and salt.

Brown Beans

Beans is a good source of Protein to the body and also high in fiber and can be prepare for lunch or dinner.

I will be telling you two methods of cooking beans porridge. Don’t worry, it all gives the same outcome.

Let’s get started…

Ingredients

  • 3 tins of Brown beans
  • 5 pieces of habanero pepper
  • 5 pieces of chili pepper
  • 1 medium size Onion
  • Palm Oil
  • Potash
  • 5 Seasoning cubes
  • Salt

Below is a video to watch for the preparation of beans porridge.

Preparation

Put water in a pot and set on heat to get hot.

Pick your beans and turn in a bowl. Using the hot water, wash the beans twice and turn into a pot.

Add enough water to cover the beans, add 1/4 teaspoon of potash and set the pot on heat.

Washed-Beans-in-pot

Allow to cook till very soft.

Wash, pound or grate the pepper, onion and set aside.

When the beans is soft, off the heat and turn in a basket. Pour some cold water in it.

Method 1

Put Palm oil in a pot and put the pot on heat. Allow to heat up.

Add the grated/pounded pepper and onions. Allow to fry for 4 minutes.

Add a 500ml of water, add the seasoning cubes, salt. Close your pot and allow to boil for 5 minutes.

Now add your cooked beans to the pot, mix and allow to cook  (some like it thick and others watery, so it depends on how you want your dish to be).

Method 2

After washing the cooked beans, turn in a pot and set on heat.

Cooked-Beans
Cooked-Beans

Add in the grated pepper and onions.

Add water using a small cup, palm oil, seasoning cubes and salt.

Allow to cook for 10 minutes.

Your Beans Porridge is ready to be served.

Enjoy your meal.

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