Pounded yam with stew. This video will show you how we cook this Nigerian delicacy Efo Riro and Pounded Yam in the simplest way in our kitchen. If you are new to this to this food, I'll explain. Then, we scoop some stew or soup over it and we eat it.
Learn how to make the perfect stretchy Pounded Yam right here. To prepare pounded yam from scratch, you simply cook white yam and pound the yam pieces with a mortar and pestle when done. Pounded yam is one of the many yam recipes in Nigeria. it is very delicious and also very popular. You can cook Pounded yam with stew using 7 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Pounded yam with stew
- You need 1 of medium size yam.
- It’s of Water.
- It’s of Stew.
- Prepare of Grinded pepper, tomatoes scoch bonnet and onions.
- You need of Palm oil.
- It’s of Seasoning.
- You need of Meat stock.
Pounded yam in a simple definition is simply boiled white yam that has undergone the process of pounding. There are other simple ways to achieve this recipe, people have been able to synthesis. Who always ate Pounded Yam on Sundays. Freshly pounded to the rhythm of Sunday afternoons and pestles.
Pounded yam with stew instructions
- Peel the yam cut it,wash and put in a pot add water and let it boil until soft.
- Put it down and add little by little in a Moto and use ur pestle to pound until it is thick and combined like swallow. Put it in a nylon to stay hot or use a small bowl to make it smooth..
- For the stew pour the grinded ingredients in apot put on fire until the water dissolve then add palm oil to fry add seasoning and the meat stock let it cook for some time. Enjoy.
To the one whose love for me was second A delightful stew, made with ose Nsukka, now in season and 'white okro' – grated and cooked in water, with ground crayfish, salt and some more ose. This pounded yam is *THE* real deal. Wholesome yams made from scratch using a food processor. These are most often ground and used as a thickening and flavoring agent in soups and stews. It has a distinct aroma to it.