Amala is a popular Nigerian meal made out of yam flour and usually eaten with Egusi, Ogbolo or any Nigerian soup. Amala falls under the category of swallows alongside eba, pounded yam, semovita, semolina, wheatmeal, tuwo shinkafa, oatmeal fufu and plantain Amala.
How to make Amala
200 grams of yam flour
Boil 250ml of water in a sauce pan
Reduce heat under fire and then slowly pour the 200 grams of yam flour into the sauce pan.
Start stirring using a spatula until the mixture thickens (usually takes about a minute to become solid)
Add 250ml of water so the whole Amala mixture is covered in water. Then leave to boil for 2 minutes.
Now all you have to do is stir the Amala and make it smooth, then serve on a plate.