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3 Ways To Make Pounded Yam Without A Mortar by Ogchime500: 1:54pm On Jun 11
Pounded yam is one of our favourite meals in Nigeria, but the stress of making this delicious food can be a little disturbing. These 3 methods will help you make pounded yam in a stress free way.

Pounded yam is a local delicacy of the western part of Nigeria (the Yorubas) often eaten with any delicious soup of your choice.

This yummy swallow dish is made by pounding boiled yam in a mortar using a pestle until it becomes fluffy and compact.

As much as we love eating this super delicious and filling food, the stress and energy involved in pounding can sometimes be discouraging.

Thanks to a number of modern facilities, preparing pounded yam has been made easy.

Here are 3 simple ways to prepare pounded yam without having to pound.

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https://bignaijagist.com.ng/2021/06/11/3-ways-to-make-pounded-yam-without-a-mortar

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