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Inside of my afropolitan kitchen Môni kourou … I know … this one is for  #ivoirian, #Guinean #Mali citizens …

dear Ivorians family … no no no, thus isn’t coco bacca, just MÔNI,  like my mum used to roll them each days …. hers were finer for sure…..
This is one ouf our #porridge mDe from #millet flour.

The ingredients

  • 1 glass of millet balls ( millet + water … at African stores or we will share a tutorial video from millet flour )
  • 2 glasses of spring water
  • 1 tsp of pure organic tamarind pasta diluted in 1 teaspoon of hot water ( some prefere lemon.-1/2- Not me)
  • 1tsp or more sugar or honey or any other sweetener.

The recipe

  • Boil the water at low eat .
  • When hot 3nough, add the millet balls
  • cook the millet balls for 15mn to 20 mn
  • When cooked put of heat, add the tamarind pasta diluted until mixed with delicacy (some prefere to add coconut juice, milk or flakes… some like it with lemon . You can add sugar,  syrups honey …)

I think that this ingredient could be used by vegan or non vegan interested by discovering new cereals or new, natural ingredients .


Hi. Welcome to all of you. Thank you for stopping by. My name is Rockia. I’m a World citizen. I’m on my path to reach a green way of living and I’m feeling honored and happy to share my way with you and to learn from yours .
I strongly believe that each one of us could be that positive change maker, we all are expecting, thereby improving his/her own life by refining our connection to the four pillars of a solid human foundation (Food, Body, Emotional Well-being, Spiritual Growth) while serving and impacting the life of others and the environment

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