How to Make the Perfect “Eba” with Elubo (Yam Flour)


Yams are edible tubers (such us potatoes or sweet potatoes) cultivated mainly in Africa, South America, the Caribbean, Asia and Oceania. Yam flesh can be white, yellow, pink or purple and the taste ranges from sweet to bitter or it can even be tasteless. The skin is quite thick resembling three bark

What is elubo?

Popular Africa Dishes, Elubo is the Yoruba word for yam flour made by cutting yam into small bits, dried and then ground into smooth brown flour. However, we use Elubo for amala or lafun.  It is a bit like mash potato in the Western World.
Àmàlà is a Nigerian food made out of yam flour and/or cassava flour.  Yam is white in colour and then brown in colour after drying.
A great number of health experts also suggest amala or Indian gooseberries to manage blood sugar levels. Amla has  immunity-boosting properties.  It is a great remedy for diabetes.
This popular Africa dishes is rich in fibre, it is excellent in flushing out toxins from the body, regulating digestion, keep the gut working fine and fight off constipation. This helps you lose weight a little faster.
It helps in keeping your digestive system on track throughout the day and accelerates your metabolism. A good metabolism is able to burn more calories effectively. For better weight management, it is good to drink amala juice on an empty stomach. So, say yes to amala juice for weight loss!
Does amala juice reduce belly fat?
This popular Africa dishes is an excellent food for weight loss, as it is high in vitamin C, which helps to increase metabolism and burn fat in the body. It also contains a good amount of fibre, which can help to keep you feeling full and reduce hunger cravings, leading to a natural decrease in calorie intake.


Elubo (Yam Flour)


20 kg x 1, 1.5kg x10, 1.5kg x 1, 4kg x 4, 4kg x 1, 900g x 6, 900g x 1