Garri needs no introduction. It is a popular West African food made from cassava tubers. Garri can be eaten without further preparation as a snack, soaked in boiled water and made into a firm dough eaten with soup, soaked in cold water and served with milk, sugar and may be roasted peanuts
Like it or hate it, Ponmo is a versatile player when it comes to certain local African dishes. Some call it poor man meat, but others just adore its unique qualities. However, it is always advisable to cook it thoroughly before serving. Best kept frozen, do not refreeze after thawing.
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Semolina (popularly called semo) is a pale yellow flour made from wheat. It is used in making pasta, pizza, bread, biscuits, etc. Other uses of Semolina include as a porridge sweetened with sugar and served with honey, firm dough eaten with soup, etc. Store in a cool dry place.
Nothing much to be said about goat meat. It is a unique player in the department of making delicious dishes. Nkwobi, pepper soup, jollof rice, stew, etc. will not be the same without goat meat.