Try ADALU for a change this weekend!

ADALU is an African meal that is rich in protein and vitamins. It is the mixture of beans and maize cooked together as a sumptuous meal to the appetizing taste of the consumers.

It is common amidst the Yoruba tribe of Nigeria. It is a cultural meal that is cooked once in a while in every family and by individual as maize, one of the two major ingredients, is a seasonal crop and it’s hard to get  when it’s out of season.





Palm oil

Seasoning cubes


Cray fish





Pick out the dirts from the beans

Cut off the maize from the maize cover and seed

Boil some water in a pot

Add some diced onion into the water

Wash the maize and for 30 minutes.

Add your washed Oloyin beans when it is boiled. Allow to cook for 40 minutes.

Add your pepper, cray fish, liver and seasoning.

Add your salt and palm oil. Leave to cook for 20 minutes.

Stir with a turning stick and ensure it is very succulent before turning.

Stir together with the turning stick properly and leave to cook for five minutes.

Put down and ready to serve.


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