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Yam Flour with Ewedu Soup : An irresistible meal

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1/2 measure (mudu) of yam flour
3 cups of water

Place your pot on the fire and pour 3 cups of water and allow to boil. Bring the pot down and add little amount of the yam flour,stirring till thick. Then place it back on the fire,reduce the flame and allow it to simmer for few mins. Stir and mould into  round shape. Arrange in a cooler or dish and cover. Set aside.

1 bunch ewedu leaves (known as ayoyo in Hausa) pick, wash and pound/blend with small potash
1/2 small cup crayfish (ground)
1 tbsp iru
1 cup of water

Place a pot of water on the fire and allow to boil. Add the iru  and crayfish, allow to boil for a minute or two. Pour in the blended ewedu and stir with cooking broom. Cook on low flame for 2-3 minutes. Remove from the fire.
  Serve the Yam flour with Ewedu and stew with meat and biscuit bones.
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