Garri Ijebu (Cassava Flakes) is made from Cassava and eaten by most West Africans. It is produced by the Yoruba people of Ijebu tribe from Ogun state in Nigeria. It is processed into flour by frying on low heat, the uniique sour taste of Garri ijebu makes it different from all the varieties of Garri produced by other West African countries. it can be enjoyed by soaking it in very chilled water with some peanuts and made into fufu form by adding hot water and can be eaten with any kind of soup. it is glutton free.$6.99 – $16.99$6.99 – $16.99
Moi Moi leaves, also known as “moin moin” or “moi moi” leaves, are large, green, and pliable leaves used in African cuisine, particularly in Nigeria, for wrapping and cooking a popular dish called “Moi Moi.” Moi Moi is a steamed bean pudding made from blended black-eyed peas, spices, and various seasonings. The leaves play a crucial role in the cooking process as they are used to encase the Moi Moi mixture before steaming.
Get Nigerian moi moi leaves to give that delicious traditional flavor to your moi-moi, ofada and other mouth-watering dishes. Store unused leaves in the freezer to preserve. Sometimes called moi-moi leaves. Order this with another fresh foodstuff by shopping them on our website and enjoying online shopping for your groceries without the market hustle.$25.00