Hutwise Elubo Flour also called Amala is the Yoruba word for yam flour made by cutting yam into small bits, dried and then ground into smooth brown flour. The other type is made from the skin or peelings of the yam or cassava or cocoyam but not plantain, which is sun dried into a crispy consistency and then grind into powdery form.
Preparation and Usage
Recipes, meals, and how this is usually eaten
Nutritional information and health benefits
Elubo/Amala is an excellent source of Vitamin C, hence it helps boost your immunity, metabolism and prevents viral and bacterial ailments, including cold and cough. Its nutritional profile also comes studded with a range of polyphenols that are known to fight against the development of cancer cells
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