African Cuisine | Poundo Iyan
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Poundo Iyan is a popular Nigerian dish made from yam flour. It is a staple food in Nigeria and is commonly eaten by various ethnic groups across the country.
It is a popular West African dish consisting of pounded yam and stew. It is a staple of Nigerian cuisine and is enjoyed in many other countries in West Africa.
How Poundo Iyan is made
It is made by pounding yam with a mortar and pestle until it becomes a paste-like consistency. The paste is then mixed with a stew composed of tomatoes, onions, peppers, and other vegetables.
It is typically served with a side of fried plantains, which help to balance out the flavors of the stew.
The dish is commonly served during special occasions, such as weddings and religious holidays. It is also a popular choice for family meals. Poundo Iyan is typically a hearty dish that is filling and satisfying.
To make Poundo Iyan, the yam is peeled and cut into chunks, then boiled until it is soft. The yam is then pounded in a mortar and pestle until it becomes a paste-like consistency.
The stew is then made by sautéing onions, peppers, and tomatoes in a pan with oil, and adding other vegetables of choice.
Once the vegetables are cooked, the yam paste is added to the pan and cooked until it is heated through. The stew is then served with the pounded yam, and a side of fried plantains.
How delicious is Poundo Iyan
Poundo Iyan is a delicious and nutritious meal that is enjoyed by many. It is a great way to get your daily intake of yam, as well as other vegetables.
Poundo Iyan is traditional staple African dish
Poundo Iyan is a traditional West African dish that is enjoyed by many. It is a great way to get your daily intake of yam, as well as other vegetables.
The combination of flavour makes it a great family meal for all.
Asiko Poundo Iyan
1.5 kg, 1.5 x 10, 4 kg, 4 kg x 5, 900g, 900g x 6