the yam into small cubes , peel of the skin and rinse thoroughly.2. Place in a pot, add enough water to cover the yams, add the salt and boil until the yams are tender.(you can poke with a fork to test for doneness). Strain out the water and leave the boiled yams in the pot.
some of the boiled yams onto a plate and cut into smaller bits. Tip
the yam into the blender(a little at a time) and blend
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When next you wanttomakeakaraor moi moi for you and your family, do try this quick method out. I haveheardabouthow you can peel beansusingablenderorfoodprocessor, I never reallypaidanyattentionto it as I am very comfortableusing my handsto peel
Like I wish I can ship containerloads of blenders, and mixers andfoodprocessorsandmicrowavestoallparts of the country andteachhowto use them in schools andmarkets, of course, provided that the government ensures stable electricity
Yamporridge is astaplefoodinNigeria but the version which is quite popularin the western part of Nigeria is known asAsaro (also known as Ebe (pronounced eh-beh))and this is due to the method of preparation
What the water does is that it allows the yamto boil first, and with continuosfrying, all the water will evaporate, leaving just the oil which will crisp the yam up, ensuringthat you get golden crunchiness on the outside and soft fluffiness on the inside just like road side fried yam See howmine turned out