This is one of the main staple foods amongst the Yoruba speaking people of West Africa.
It is made from peels of yam, which are dried and ground into brown flour (elubor). It is processed by adding it to boiling water and then stirred under gentle heating. It then forms a smooth dough. Cooked elubo is eaten with traditional African soups like egusi soup, ewedu, gbegiri or okro and stew.
This delicacy is rich in starch and protein. It also provides a high fibre diet. Since it is eaten with soup, it can easily make up part of a balance diet. It can be purchased in many shops around major cities in West Africa.
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