About the product:
- Njama Njama is a green leafy vegetable that is also known as garden huckleberry
- Before cooking, the leaves and soft stems are picked from each main stem. They are then boiled without water or with very little water, depending on the softness of that particular Njama Njama. Most of the leaves tend to ooze out water when they come in contact with heat. After boiling, the vegetable is squeezed, and chopped into pieces.
- The vegetable is either stir fried with tomatoes and onions, or simply tossed in palm oil or cooked with egusi (melon seeds)
- Njama Njama is typically eaten with corn fufu ,boiled cocoyams, boiled/fried plantains plantains or boiled yams.
Ingredients 100% njamanjama leaves
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