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Once in a while, every loves a tasty heavy meal. Kokonte is similar to that of fufu in texture and look. However, the difference is with its unique feel.
Place water in a pot (Preferably an iron pot that is locally known as dadasen) and let it boil.
When the water begins to boil, fetch some of it and put aside.
Add the kokonte flour to the boiling water and continuously stir so that the lumps are not formed.
Press the kokonte to one side of your pot, cover it and allow the kokonte to cook for about fifteen minutes.
Finally roll the kokonte into balls with your hands.
Serve while still hot with some yummy groundnut soup
Nigerian Suya is a very popular spicy street food usually patronised by West Africans.