Mimi beans flour is made from blackeyed peas specially processed for Akara, MoiMoi , Ekuru and Gbegiri.
Honey (Oloyin) Beans
Honey (Oloyin) Beans is a naturally sweet version of beans. It has a unique sweet taste that makes it a great meal anytime any day be it as a side dish with Rice, Bean cake (Moin-Moin) or Bean Fritters ( Akara) . You can check our Recipes &Tips for exciting recipes.
Garri is a major staple food in West Africa and eaten in a variety of ways. Garri can be eaten without further cooking, as a snack, by placing it in a bowl and adding cold water; Ijebu-garri is made to have finer grains, and a pleasantly sour taste, making it very suitable to be eaten in this way. It can also be made into fufu for a heavier mea...
Mimi Pounded Yam
Mimi Pounded yam flour has the taste and aroma of pounded yam freshly prepared without the stress of pounding. It can be served with any soup of your choice and it’s available in 10lbs, 4lbs and 2lbs sizes. The 2lbs pack conveniently feeds five (5) adults.
Ofada Rice, also known as brown rice, is a Nigerian 100% organic rice. Tan in color, with burgundy and brown strips, Ofada rice retains its bran which increases its nutritional value! For every cup of Ofada rice, use 2 cups of water, and cook in approximately 30 minutes. It is usually tender in texture when cooked. Ofada rice is best served with...
Wheat flour is made from whole grain wheat and used to prepare Wheat meal. Wheat meal is a morsel or swallow that can be eaten as a side dish with any soup of choice.Wheat meal is typically eaten with Okra soup, vegetable soup or any soup of choice.
Yam Flour - ELubo
Yam flour also known as Elubo is made out of yam and/or cassava flour. Yams are peeled, sliced, cleaned, dried and then blended into a flour called Elubo. Elubo is used to prepare Àmàlà.Àmàlà is from Western Africa and eaten mostly by the Yoruba people in Nigeria. It could be served with soups like Vegetable, ogbonna , or any choice soup.
Yellow Garri is considered to be the cassava cereal of choice to the people of Eastern Nigeria. Preferred choice of preparation is as Garri fufu (Eba) which goes well with any soup of choice. Yellow Garri gets its color and distinct flavor from the palm oil used during the processing of Yellow Garri.