Àmàlà is a preparation native to the Yoruba people of Nigeria. It is made out of yam flour, cassava flour, and/or unripe plantain flour. It can be served with a variety of ọbẹ (soups), such as efo, ila, ewedu, ogbono, and or gbegiri (black-eyed beans soup).
- Yam flour
- Heat water in a pot.
- Stir in the yam flour, mixing continuously to avoid lumps.
- Adjust the amount of water or yam flour to get your desired consistency.
- Stir well, cover, and cook for about 10 minutes.
- Serve with soups.