Rice flour(per mudu)


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This is the most common type of àmàlà. The flour used is derived from yam. Yam, a common name for species in the genus Dioscorea, is grown in Africa, Asia, Caribbean, Oceania and Latin America. 95% of yam is cultivated and harvested in West Africa. Yam can be barbecued, roasted, fried, grilled boiled, smoked and grated. Àmàlà isu is made with yam flour that has been dried; this gives it a black/brownish colour when added to boiling hot water. Amala is high in carbohydrates and packs a lot of calories.


Rice flour is a type of flour made from ground rice. It is usually made from either white or brown rice, but some blends include other types of flour, such as sorghum, millet, or bean flour. It is one of the most popular flours because it is light and doesn’t alter the taste or texture of your baked goods, and can easily be substituted for other flours in many recipes.


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