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HOW TO MAKE TUWO MASARA

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Welcome back to today’s article, i apologize for skipping yesterday’s post it was due to my busy schedule. Besides, how is the weekend going? In today’s article i will be taking us on How to Make “Tuwo Masara” (The Hausa Version Of Maize Meal).

Tuwo masara is a corn flour dish eaten in the northern part of Nigeria. To prepare tuwon masara you must first allow the maize dry and afterwards you grind or blend it.

The reason i love eating this meal is because of it’s health benefits which are as follows,
1. It is Nutritious and highly appetizing.
2. It Prevents constipation and Reduces stomach acidity.
3. It Combats the symptoms of certain cancers and Reduces the risk of diabetes and heart diseases. Another reason is because I can use it as a substitute for Garri (Eba).

RECIPES OF TUWO MASARA
i. 1 cups corn meal / corn flour (coarse type)
ii. 2 cups of water

PROCEDURES
1. Boil some water in a small sauce pan and set to boil on medium heat.

2. After that, Add the corn bit by bit and stir continuously until you get a thick and stretchy mix (just like Eba), you can add more corn meal if you want it very thicker (but remember the mixture is thick and stretchy.

3. Add a little water, cover the sauce pan, then reduce the heat to low heat and allow for 2 minutes, after 2 minutes mix thoroughly until the Tuwon is smooth. Serve Hot and ENJOY!

Tuwon Masara is best served with soups like, Miyan Taushe (Vegetable Soup), Miyan Kuka (Baoba Soup), Miyan Kubewa (Okra Soup), Miyan Agushi (Melon Soup) and lots more of your choice.

Happy Weekend to you all. Have fun, till next week Monday where we’ll be having foodie news update.

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