Ewa agoyin over the years has been known for it’s unique taste that leaves you asking for more. The stew specifically has a unique peppery blend of spices and aroma that leaves your mouth watery . The stew is oily and very dark in colour. It is crunchy and spicy. Very.
The beans is properly mashed to a fault. I mean to the very last that you can’t see any whole beans. The exact type of beans used has been believed to be the “oloyin” beans that is honey beans which is naturally very sweet on it’s own.
The food is said and believed to have been brought across the border by the Yoruba speaking “Aganyin” people of Benin Republic in Africa.
The food is very common in Lagos, Ibadan and other southern states of Nigeria. When next you are in Lagos ask around or find a good spot where they sell this delicacy and you sure won’t be disappointed.