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Ghanaian Tubaani Recipe

Ghanaian Tubaani Recipe

Tubaani, also referred to as steamed beans pudding, is commonly eaten in the Northern regions and Zongo communities of Ghana. Tubaani consists of a paste made from beans and water which is then cooked after wrapping the beans paste in the sweet-tasting, aromatic leaves of the Moi moi leaf plant. It is then served with gravy or suya spice and caramelized onions. It is packed with proteins and serves as a great vegan meal. It’s tasty with a capital T!


Let us begin







  • In a mixing bowl, mix beans powder, salt and salt petre.
  • Then add water and mix into a smooth consistency. 
  •  Scoop a spoonful into a Moi moi leaf, wrap and set aside.
  •  Continue the process with the remaining mixture.
  •  Bring water to a boil, place a splatter guard on the saucepan, then carefully place the wrapped mixture on the splatter guard and cover to steam.
  •  Let it cook for 30 minutes and take off heat.
  •  Tubaani is ready to serve.