Amala, also known as yam flour (elubo in Yoruba) is a popular delicacy indigenous to the Yorubasin South West, Nigeria.
4 easy steps to make amala without lumps
Usually eaten alongside soups such as ewedu, gbegiri, okra and more, amala is one of the lightest 'swallows' making it easily digestible.
Often times, folks find amala a little tricky to make owing to the lumps that can formed if not handled right.
Here are 3 easy steps to making a lump-free amala:
Watch the video below by Nigerian Food Channel on how to make smooth amala.
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