RECIPE OF THE DAY: Nigerian Ojojo

 

Ojojo, also known as Yam Fritters is a traditional Nigerian snack or finger food made from grated Water Yam (Isu Ewura). Ojojo can be classed as a meal where/when it’s paired with Hot Pap, Garri, or Oatmeal. It is incredibly filling and very easy to prepare, the whole process from start to finish should take no more than 45 minutes. I had some water yam left from my Ikokore recipe so decided to put it to good use, Ojojo never disappoints..? Let’s cook!

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Ojojo – Yam Fritters By Sisi Jemimah

Yields4 Servings
Prep Time20 minsCook Time20 minsTotal Time40 mins

Ojojo, also known as Yam Fritters is a traditional Nigerian snack or finger food made from grated Water Yam (Isu Ewura). Ojojo can be classed as a meal where/when it’s paired with Hot Pap, Garri or Oatmeal.

It is incredibly filling and very easy to prepare, the whole process from start to finish should take no more than 45 minutes. I had some water yam left from my Ikokore recipe so decided to put it to good use, Ojojo never disappoints..? Let’s cook!

 ½ Medium Tuber Water Yam
 Vegetable Oilfor Frying
 ½ Scotch Bonnet ( Atarodo)
 ½ Medium Size Onion
 2 Cloves Garlic
 1 Knorr Chicken Cube or any Boullon a Cube you prefer
 Salt to taste

Ingredients

 ½ Medium Tuber Water Yam
 Vegetable Oilfor Frying
 ½ Scotch Bonnet ( Atarodo)
 ½ Medium Size Onion
 2 Cloves Garlic
 1 Knorr Chicken Cube or any Boullon a Cube you prefer
 Salt to taste
Ojojo – Yam Fritters By Sisi Jemimah

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