African Beans And Sweetcorn!!

Here is a nice and filling meal that our whole family love.

Adalu (African Bean and Sweetcorn Mixture).


  • White or brown beans 1 Teacup per 2 adults
  • Sweetcorn -However much you feel, We normally use tinned sweetcorn and a medium sized tub.
  • Ginger to flavour little slice and peeled
  • 1 bulb Onion (chopped)
  • Palm oil – 5 Teaspoons
  • Maggi – 2 cubes
  • Salt and black/white ground pepper to taste.
  • 1 bulb Scotch bonnet pepper (sliced)

Put large pot on medium heat; add in water. Cover and bring to a boil, add in the beans. Leave to cook for up to 40 minutes or until soft.

Add in the palm oil, onions,ginger and all other ingredients. 
Turn down the heat and cover leave to Simmer for 20 minutes.

Once done serve with bread that is the way we enjoy it most.

43 comments:

  1. That sounds delicious. I love how easy it is to make :)

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  2. Yummy. This is simple enough, but I have no idea what Maggi is?

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    1. It is a stock cube,really tasty.There is also a liquid one too.

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  3. That looks so hearty! I've never had African beans before

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    1. Neither have I! Now I want to try them for sure.

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  4. This looks so yummy! I'll have to give this a try. Thanks!

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  5. Thanks for the recipe. This sounds and looks really good. I will have to make it.

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  6. This sounds delicious. I also had to go looking for a definition of Maggi. :)

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  7. Oh yum what a delicious sounding meal - I need to get more adventitious in the kitchen. x

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  8. Looks so filling! My husband likes bean recipes.

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  9. You must tell me what maggi is - I've never heard of it. It looks like a hearty dish for a cold winter's day!

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  10. This looks super yummy! My hubby loves beans and he has gotten our girls into them too. Wish my boys would try them!

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  11. This sounds great! I am not a huge bean fan but I have to say that this sounds good so I may try it!

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  12. Very interesting and yummy sounding. Perfect to accompany many dishes

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  13. This sounds like a really filling dish, perfect for the winter months! I love making bean dishes when it's cold out because they're so hearty.

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  14. What an interesting recipe. I may have to try this at some point. I'm working on my cooking skills, since my baking skills are 30x better.

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  15. THis looks super easy to make. I am going to have to try this. Amber N

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  16. This sounds delicious! I am sure we would love this!

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  17. That looks so delicious, and perfect for a cold winter's night.

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  18. This looks like a hearty meal. I love trying new recipes. This will be a delicious meal.

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  19. I have never had or heard of African beans they sound great though! Nice recipe!

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  20. This looks like a hearty meal. So healthy for you i wont feel bad about having seconds.

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  21. I've been needing more bean dishes. I get a pound of them every month from the local pregnant nutrition program and I have no idea what to do with them all.

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  22. This looks really good. I don't think I've ever had african beans and corn.

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  23. This sounds so yummy, what a great dish to have with the family!

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  24. This looks good. I have all the ingredients on hand too.

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  25. This looks pretty good. I will have to check it out for myself sometime. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  26. This sounds really easy. I should eat morr beans as they are very nutritious.

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  27. I love beans. I love the process of taking dry beans and turning it into something magical. I've never had African beans before. This looks really tasty.

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  28. Oh what a delish dish. This is a good dish for the weather we are having. Needed new idea...

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  29. I've never heard of this before, but it sounds so good! I also had no idea I could get Maggi in cubes.

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  30. I've never had African Beans and Sweet Corn together before. Definitely sounds like an interesting recipe.

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  31. This sounds delicious, filling, and easy enough to make!

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  32. This look so good! I have never heard of it before but will have to give it a try.

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  33. Yum! I love corn so I really think I would really enjoy this recipe! Love trying new food from different cultures.

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  34. Not something that I've heard of before but sounds of easy and delicious. Will definitely try it out!

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  35. I love sampling new and flavorful dishes. I'm sure this recipe is packed with taste.

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  36. That looks like a perfect winter meal. Very filling!

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  37. I will have to give this a try. I love beans they are such a hearty and filling meal.

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  38. This recipe looks absolutely delicious. I also like the fact that it is super easy to make.

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  39. Very interesting - I haven't heard of Maggi or Scotch bonnet peppers before. ?

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  40. This sounds really yummy! I'm sure my husband would love this!
    ~Amanda

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  41. This dish looks fabulous! I'm always looking to explore new taste and cultural dishes.

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