How to make amala without lumps.
In this video, I share a very simple but important tip to making smooth, silky amala dudu. Amala dudu ia a Nigerian food that is made from yam flour. it is enjoyed mostly in the south-western part of Nigeria, and usuall paired with Abula, okro. efo riro and so on.
Making amala is going to be so easy from now on if you follow this video.
About 3 cups of water
2 cups of yam flour
As with Chin Chin, Amala has gained a lot of popularity in Nigerian cuisine. While it is relatively unknown in most western countries, it is quickly gaining popularity.
AMALA – WHAT IS IT?
In many parts of Nigeria, Benin, and Togo, amala, also spelled àmàlà, is an extremely popular indigenous food.
It has a thick paste-like texture when steamed and kneaded, but it should be smooth and lump-free once steamed and kneaded.
In any Nigerian amala recipe, earthiness dominates. Once you taste it, you’ll understand. The main difference between the two types of amala recipes is the type of flour used.
Traditionally, either yam flour, cassava flour, or unripe plantain flour is used.