Pupuru Cassava Flour

Pupuru Cassava Flour - Nigeria
Pupuru Cassava Flour - Nigeria
  • Pupuru Cassava Flour - Nigeria
  • Pupuru Cassava Flour - Nigeria
Description :

Pupuru is commonly consumed by the people of riverine area of the western, southern,eastern and middle belt of Nigeria where it is known as "Ikwurikwu".
It is an African traditional cassava food commonly consumed in south western Nigeria most especially people of Ondo State. It is not like garri, lafun or fufu which are all locally made from cassava but it has cassava as a common ingredient. The technology of 'pupuru' processing originated from ilaje people of the riverrine area of Ondo state.

The processes increases its protein and fat content including zinc, potassium, calcium, carbohydrate, crude fibre content making it one of the highly nutritious cassava flour.
This local cassava meal is rich in carbohydrate but low in protein and other micro nutrients hence it is not recommended for diabetes patients.
Pupuru is a major income earning venture and plays a significant role in ensuring food security for some people in Nigeria, providing a readily available food for the society at large.
Lastly, Pupuru can be eaten alongside various soup most especially efo riro(vegetable soup), ewedu soup, egusi soup(melon soup). I bet one can't wait to have a taste of this.

HOW TO PREPARE
Start by lighting up the gas cooker or stove or firewood. put a pot, pour 3glass of water into the pot to make it boil to 100c. After the water might have boil then pour the cassava(pupuru)into the hot water and stair with turning stick for about 5 to 7 minutes to make it a solid form. Then off the cooking gas,stove or firewood and place the pot on the table or floor and use a saucer to cut in into a plate or a cooler to make it warm.

FOR ORDERS:
You can place your order from 1kg and above.

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