|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.||MP Ijebu Gari is a sophisticated food and considered by many to be the cassava cereal of choice to the people of West African.|
|Content||Poundo yam is one of the Nigerian staple dish made from yam flour. Our Poundo yam is carefully processed and packed while still maintaining it's nutritious value and sweet taste. Just like most Nigerian fufu or large dumpling recipes, poundo yam pairs well with any kind of soup like egusi, white okra, okazi, edikaikong etc.|
Potato starch is used to thicken soups, sauces and pie fillings. It's also an essential part of gluten free baking. Depending on which potato starch you buy, it can be gluten free, dairy free, grain free and soy free. All of which makes it a safe add-in ingredient for those with food allergies.
|MP Ijebu Gari is a sophisticated food and considered by many to be the cassava cereal of choice to the people of West African.|