Wednesday, 12 November 2014

How to remove Beans Skin Using a Blender (Video)

I've come to a realization that as the days go by, technology keeps improving and making life better for lazy people like me. Gone are the days when i'd spend over two hours washing beans with my bare hands in the kitchen (Say wetin happen??!!). At a point, i even dreaded days when i compulsorily had to make meals like Moi moi Or akara for the fam. It got so bad that i resorted to buying these meals from vendors outside whenever i craved for them to avoid the stress involved in the Preparation.
This method would definitely come as a relief to most people who find the traditional method of washing beans tasking. I've also got the full video on the process below.

Directions:::
Step 1: Separate the beans from the Chaff

 Step 2: Put the unwashed beans into a blender, Add water & pulse the blender for about 3-5 minutes. This doesn't break the beans but removes the skin. 

Step 3: Sieve the brown skin out with clean water leaving the white part of the beans. You can now grind the beans for the preparation of Akara or Moi Moi


Watch the Full Video Below

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36 comments:

  1. Na wa dobby! You too much,nne I'll try it the nxt time I'll mk moi moi.Meanwhile I tried your samosa pastry recipie this morning for my kids lunch @ school and it came out well with my hubby asking when I'll do it again.thanks so much and God bless.

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    1. you're welcome sharon. I'm glad it turned out fine :). Thanks for the feedback.

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  2. Please can you post Nigerian Meatpie recipe.

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    1. Okay i will. The post would be up by next week.

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  3. Anonymous7:24 pm

    Nice one dobby but my blender is not like yours. I hope I will get the same result.

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    1. Yes you will get the same result with a regular blender

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  4. This will definitely save time and energy. Thanks for sharing. I learnt about your blog from an old copy of WINGS magazine, so I decided to visit it. I like what I see. Well done!

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    1. Awww! That's nice. Thank you otabi :)

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  5. thanks at least i dont have to stress out my self i f i want to bake moi moi ;)

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    1. You're welcome starnaija :)

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  6. Thanks for the info, can i use the regular blender?

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    1. Sure you can. I use my regular blender (the cup) quite often without stress.

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  7. Nne you too much kwa! See new way for me to wash beans. Dobby baybay you are very information forwarduuu. In short, I will marry you to my broda. ;-) *hehe*

    Nice my love! I appreciate this.

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    1. hahaha!! Thank you matse :D.

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  8. eby4k44:49 pm

    Dobby you are too much, i comot cap for you.

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  9. Good Job, where did you get the blender from?

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    1. i got it in shoprite lagos

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  10. Wow. Wonderful. But worried it might spoil the blades of the regular blender since the seeds aren't yet soft? Wonderful blog, tho. Wish I discovered it earlier. I have a whole whole lot to learn...for surprise meals for my wifey! ;)

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    1. i've tried this severally with the regular blender and it turned out fine without spoiling the blades but it all depends on how strong the blender is. Glad you found the blog useful Llsyn :).

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  11. Anonymous12:35 pm

    Hi Dobby...Thanks for your influence...Where do we hit thumbs up for u tho?

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    1. you're welcome Anon. you could give me a thumbs up on the youtube channel :)...Gracias!

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  12. Desola3:12 am

    I use a Kenwood blender. Can it work pls.

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  13. Chichi2:17 pm

    Babes, you re good, no doubt. I love moi-moi but i dread the painstaking process of soaking n peeling beans with my hands. I even had to resort to the already processed bean powders but the taste tho. :( Thanks for sharing this with us. I appreciate.

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    1. you're welcome chichi :)

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  14. matty9:46 am

    Dobby u r d best ever!!! Keep d good work up.

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  15. Great post! Thank you for sharing valuable information. Keep up the good work..
    procesador de alimentos

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  16. I love the approach to this topic here...

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  17. Great work from you chris

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  18. Please what is the name of this your blender because it is not the normal tomato and pepper kind of blender

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    1. it's a mini chopper by russel hobbs.

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