This dish comprises of boiled honey beans, boiled plantain and chapati.
Honey beans are a variety of black eye beans and is mainly eaten throughout Nigeria and West Africa.
Plantain is believed to have originated in Southeast Asia. Unlike their close relative the banana, plantain must be cooked before eaten. It is eaten across the world, wherever plantains grow.
Chapati is made of whole wheat flour (atta) or plain flour, it originates from the Indian Subcontinent and is a staple dish in India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, East Africa and the Caribbean. They are also known as roti, safati, shabaati and roshi.