Cookbook:Adun (Nigerian Corn Meal)
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|Adun (Nigerian Corn Meal)|
Adun is a savory Nigerian food made from cornmeal. Due to its sweetness, the name adun was coined by the Yoruba people. It is best consumed with garri, pap or Nigerian custard.
Ingredients[edit | edit source]
- Finely-ground whole cornmeal
- Palm oil
- Salt to taste
- Ground dry chile pepper
- Wrapping leaves
Procedure[edit | edit source]
- Combine the cornmeal, palm oil, groundnut, pepper, and salt.
- Mix thoroughly until a thick paste is formed.
- Put mixture in wrapping leaves to form shape.
- Serve with garri, pap, or Nigerian custard.
Notes, tips, and variations[edit | edit source]
- To make cornmeal/cornflour, sun dry corn and grind.
- Corn flour and ground pepper without palm oil is known as elekute.