The young very thin pliable drumsticks, or young moringa seeds, are the easiest to cook.
No prep needed. Just wash, cut and stir fry or cook for a few minutes.
Cut the tender moringa seed pods in bite-size pieces or to your liking.
Finely sliced garlic (yes, once again) goes really well with young moringa seedpods.
Blanch the young pliable moringa seedpods for 2 to 5 minutes in water until they are soft. Cooking time varies depending on how young the seedpods are. Just try one or two for doneness to make sure the sharp favor is gone.
Melt some butter. It’s adds a special note to this dish that goes well with the flavor of the young seedpods. Yes, any other oil you fancy works, too, such as olive oil or coconut oil.
Fry the finely sliced garlic and olive oil coconut oil, or butter for 30 to 60 seconds. Try not to burn it, while you’re busy taking a picture…
Add the blanched young Moringa seeds or drumsticks to the garlic and mix well. Next, add (spiced) cooked buckwheat. Mix well.