Fresh Nigerian Pap


Nigerian pap is called akamu in Igbo language, koko in hausa or ogi in yoruba language.
Fresh pap is a popular Nigerian breakfast choice. It is delicious and can be combined many foods like moi moi, akara, milk, fried fish etc

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Fresh yellow pap also known as akamu, koko or ogi is made from yellow corn. How To Prepare Akamu
  • Add some 7 heaped tablespoons of pap into a clean bowl
  • Mix well with 1/3 cup of water till all the pap powder is completely dissolved
  •  Boil 1.5 cups of water in a saucepan or pot
  • Turn down the heat of the boiling water or remove the boiling water from your cooker
  • Gently pour the pap paste into the hot water while mixing at the same time
  • Reduce the heat to low
  • Put the sauce pan back on your cooker
  • Continue mixing till it thickens - you add more water to achieve your desire pap consistency.
  • Yellow pap is ready to be enjoyed with your preferred accompaniment such as milk, sugar, honey, moi moi, akara and many more.  
Weight 0.500 kg
Dimensions 16 × 15 cm

500g, 1kg, 2kg


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