|Tuwo Masara (Tuo Masara): Hausa corn meal
Tuwo Masara (tuwon masara) is a bolus meal indigenous to the northerners(fulanis &Hausas) in Nigerian and other parts of west Africa.
I love Tuwo Masara because I can use it as a substitute for Eba and when I have left-overs…I throw it into hot oil and !TADDAM! ..I have a crunchy snack known as ”Kokoro ” or ”Hausa Masa ”…Here’s the recipe.ENJOY!
Video of How to make Tuwo Masara
Ingredients for Tuwo Masara
*1 cups corn meal / corn flour (coarse type..not the one for making Pap)
*2 cups water
Cooking Direction for Tuwon Masara
* Put some water into a small pot and set the boil on medium heat.
*Add the corn and 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 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 (Tuwon Masara) can be eaten with any Nigerian soup, such as Ogbono soup, Egusi soup or Okra soup. The Northerners enjoy it with Miyan Wake, Miyan Taushe , Miyan Zogale, Miyan Ridi, Miyan Tapasa and Miyan Shuaka.
By Nky Lily Lete