2 Cup of Beans
2 Bulbs of Onions
3 jamaican peppers
- Wash the beans thoroughly to get rid of the dirt
- Put the beans in a large sauce pan, and pour in about 2 cups of water
- Slice a whole bulb of onion into thin slices and add into the pot of beans (the key to the beans being sweet is using a lot of onions).
- Add a quarter tea spoon of salt and one cube of magi
- Allow to boil for 1 hour 45 mins or more, depending on how soft you want it to be
- Mash the beans and set aside.
- Blend the hot Jamaican peppers and half a bulb of onion and the tomatoes
- Put in a small sauce pan and allow to boil to get rid of all the water
- In a frying pan, add enough red oil to cover the base of the pan ( you can add more, depending on how much oil you would like the sauce to have)
- Put on low heat and allow the oil to bleach
- Cut the remaining onion into tiny slices and add to the hot oil
- Allow to fry until crispy
- Add the boiled pepper and fry for about 10 minutes on medium heat
- Add a pinch of salt and a cube of magi
- Add 2 spoons of dry pepper and allow to fry for another 5-7 minutes on low heat.
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