Nigerian Elubo Amala
SKU: AKA 55433
Elubo is the Yoruba word for yam flour made by cutting yam into small bits, dried and then ground into smooth brown flour. The flour is used in preparing amala or lafun making a mash meal and eaten much like the way mash potato is eaten in the Western World. Plantain, cassava, and cocoyam elubo also exists, made basically by dessication of cuttings of these fruits, tubers or corms respectively and ground into fine flours. Two varieties of these flours exists.