It’s popularity has grown recently and it’s being served in local African restaurants in London and America.
Another meal of Nigerian decent making waves is the FUFU consumed in some parts of England.
Elubo (Yam Flour)
HOW TO PREPARE AMALA
3. At boiling point, you separate about 100cl of the boiling water in a smaller bowl. This will be added to the Amala if it becomes too thick or just to cool it more so it won’t burn.
4. Pour the yam flour (Elubo) into the boiling water while stirring lightly until it becomes a little stiff. ( This stage is very crucial because if there is any delay, lumps will develop)
5. At this stage, Stir well continuously until it becomes well mixed.
6. Lower the heat and pour the separated hot water in (50cl first; you might decide to add more if you feel you want it softer)
7. Let it cook and simmer for about 2-3minutes and give the final stirring. By now, your Amala would be glistering and following your stirring movement.
Amala is a wonderful dish that can be served with varities of soups.
It can also go with stew and vegetables.
OMG! So delicious!!!!!