Tuwo Masara (tuwon masara) is a meal indigenous to the Northerners(fulanis &Hausas) in Nigerian and other parts of West Africa.
I love Tuwo Masara because of its high nutitional value and its sweet taste. It is also a good substitite for eba and it can be turned into a crunchy snacks in minute. So it means any left overs do not waste.
Ingredients for Tuwo Masara
*2 cups corn meal / corn flour (coarse type..not the one for making Pap)
1 cup cassava flour
*2 cups water
Cooking Direction for Tuwon Masara
* Put some water into a small pot and set the boil on medium heat.
*mix the corn meal and cassava flour together in a bowl and add into the boiling water
Stir continuously until you get a thick and stretchy mix..just like Eba, you can add more corn meal if you want it thicker.the mixture is thick and stretchy.
Now add a little hot water, cover the pot, reduce the heat to low and leave for 2 minutes.
* Now mix thoroughly until the Tuwon is smooth… serve hot and ENJOY!
Tuwo masara served with steamed vegetables and buka stew.😋😋 isn’t this yum?
Tuwo Masara (Tuwon Masara) can be eaten with any Nigerian soup, such as Ogbono soup, egusi soup, okra soup.okra soup.
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