Pounded yam with efo riro. Efo riro is a traditional yoruba dish that is served in many homes that are not necessarily from the Yoruba culture. Efo riro is sometimes served at parties, weddings and other gatherings in Nigeria. What makes efo-riro interesting for me is the ability to eat it as a stand alone meal if you are on a diet.
Efo Riro is a rich vegetable soup that you should prepare when you cannot buy the ingredients for Edikang Ikong. Efo Riro is a rich vegetable soup that is native to the Yorubas of Western Nigeria. The vegetables that can be used to cook this soup are Efo Shoko or Efo Tete (Green Amaranth). You can have Pounded yam with efo riro using 2 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Pounded yam with efo riro
- It’s of I tuber of yam.
- It’s of Vegetable leaf,meat,fish crayfish, red pepper and locust beans.
Efo riro can be enjoyed with different types of swallow, such as eba,semovita and fufu. It is pictured here with pounded yam. "Pounded-yam is our cultural cuisine brand in Ekiti State; it means a lot to us and we are committed to projecting it for international recognition and patronage. "We have been to like three countries to market this precious brand of ours and we received positive feedback. "We will continue this until we are able. "chopping the pounded yam with efo riro" Good to see. Mikel don turn to house boy oo.if it not so then who pounded the poundo?over-warming of bench is a sin(God purnish mourinho).see as she the enjoy food wey she. Do you prefer pounded yam with ile-alasepo, efo riro OR egusi?
Pounded yam with efo riro step by step
- Cut yam and boil then pound when it is soft.
- Wash your vegetable,Cook your meat and fish then chop your onions and pepper.
- When the meat is done,add your dryfish, locust beans,pepper and onions,crayfish,and red oil leave for 10 mins. No too much water then add your already wash vegetable..
This African food are known in Africa and are eaten with different soups such as Egusi soup,Oha soup and so on. Efo riro is a rich and fragrant vegetable soup from the southern region of Nigeria. The richness of this dish tells in its look. This finger licking Nigerian dish could be served with iyan (pounded yam), amala or eba this season. Spice up your Christmas with these dishes, not every time rice, rice, rice.