|Description||Cocoyam fufu flour is a grain made from mashed cocoyam (a tropical root crop), cassava and saffron. This flour is used to make fufu, a staple dish in West African cuisine, and Ghana’s national dish.||Ngai ngai are the young leaves from the Rosella shrub (related to hibiscus). They can be steamed or stir-fried and are known as red sorrel in the Pacific. A bunch of sorrel can be substituted for ngai ngai and will compliment any Australian freshwater fish.||Peak evaporated Milk is made from high quality Fresh milk in Holland since 1954. It can be used for various purposes – as a coffee/tea Whitener for a delicious rich taste, for baking & cooking in place of cream||Palm butter or palm cream, frequently known as moambe, mwambe or nyembwe, is an ingredient made from the pericarp (not the seeds) of palm nuts, the fruit of the African oil palm (Elaeis guineensis) tree. It forms an important ingredient in stews and sauces in African cuisine|
|Content||1121 Steam Basmati Rice has long length, is clean and quick to cook. The grains undergo the steaming process in which the paddy layer of rice is removed and white grain is exposed. 1121 Steam Rice are heat resistant and do not break or crack on cooling.
It is an ideal choice of rice and has an excellent aroma, cooks easily and has a delicious taste. It usable in all types of cuisines.||valle del sole red hominy broken maize 900gr. Hominy maize is dried maize that has been treated with akaline solution (lye) to remove the skin and kime. This is old process, nixtamalization to make corn grinding and cooking easier. It also gives the corn a great flavor (which you can taste in tameles and homemade tortillas) and makes it more digestible and nutritious. It can be boiled, ground into corn flour, or ground coarsely. You can cook porridge for breakfast (with butter and syrup or as a savory side dish. Or you can grind the boiled corn in the food processor into homemade masa that you can use to prepare tamales, arepas, empanadas and pupusas.|