Asiko Yam Flour (Elubo)

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Yam Flour also known as sweet potato flour.  Yam flour is a powdered starch widely used in food preparation in Africa. Typically white, the flour is commonly used in African dishes, such as amala.  It is prepared by grinding dried yams until they reach a powdered consistency.

We have many variety of yam tuber in Nigeria.  They widely cultivated in the Southern and Middle belts the country.

Healthy yam tubers are selected, trimmed and partially peeled, washed, dried, milled, sifted and packaged.

Selection and use of premium raw materials as explained above ensures superior overall product quality.

Our Elubot contains a reasonable amount of vitamin C.  Our yam are carefully exposed to right exposure of  heat.  This brown and great taste is unique in the way we are processing our elubo.

How to you eat yam flour

Àmàlà is a Nigerian food made out of yam flour and/or cassava flour. Yam flour is yam that has been peeled, sliced, cleaned, dried and then blended into a flour.  It is also called elubo. Yam is white in colour.  It turns into a brownish colour after it has been dried; this gives àmàlà its thick brown colour. Àmàlà is derived from Western Africa and is eaten mostly by the Yoruba people in Nigeria. It could be served with a variety of ọbẹ (soup), such as ẹfọ, ilá, ewédú, ogbono or gbegiri (black-eyed beans soup).

The yam flour is the most common type of àmàlà. The flour used is derived from yam

Can be easily prepared and eaten with any soup of your choice (Egusi, gbono soup, Efo Riro, etc..). Widely eaten in all parts of Nigeria but prominently served in Western part of Nigeria. Also used as a thickening agent in preparation of some soups. Available in 0.9kg, 1.8kg and 4.5kg sizes.

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1.5kg, 1.5kg x 5, 4kg, 4kg x 5


Asiko Yam Flour (Elubo)