Gari Food | (Cassava Granules) | Africans Foods
£2.60 – £36.00
Asiko produces 3 types of gari: traditional, yellow and Ijebu.
- White Gari has a coarse grain.
- Yellow Gari has a coarse grain and has been fried with palm oil to achieve the yellow colour.
- Ijebu Gari has a fine grain and a more sour flavour than White and Yellow Gari.
Ijebu Gari | Ghana Gari | Yellow Gari
Gari is a popular West African food from cassava roots. It is a staple in many countries such as Nigeria, Ghana, and Togo.
And its consumption is immense by people of different cultures and backgrounds.
Gari is not only delicious but also provides essential nutrients.
The process of making gari starts with harvesting the cassava roots. These roots are then peeled, washed, and grated to create a pulp-like texture.
The pulp is then pressed to remove excess moisture, and the resulting cake is roasted in a large pan or pot.
The roasting process gives gari its distinctive flavor and golden color.
One of the wonderful things about gari is its versatility. It can be prepared in various ways and enjoyed in different meals.
Many people enjoy gari as a simple breakfast cereal by adding water or milk and sugar. Iand also be for porridge.
Additionally, gari can be used as a substitute for couscous or rice in savory dishes like soups, stews, and stir-fries.
In terms of nutritional value, gari is a good source of carbohydrates, fiber, and some essential minerals.
Further, itt is also gluten-free, making it suitable for individuals with gluten sensitivities or celiac disease.
Moreover, gari has low glycemic index, which makes it a great option for those seeking to manage their blood sugar levels.
More information about gari in our blog.
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Ijebu Gari, Ghana Gari, Yellow Gari
1.5kg x 10, 1.5kg x 1, 20kg x 1, 4kg x5, 4kg x 1, 900g x 6, 900g x 1