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How Do You Prepare Ikokore Or Ifokore?

please i am from ijebu ode and i don't know how to prepare it , what happenss if i meet an ijebu man that likes it please anyone that knows help me out

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http://alhajibabasheri.blogspot.com/

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Im beginning to worry. What the hell do you eat?

I mean I dont like pounded yam but to hate yam in general? It blows my mind.

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The pictures are beautiful. I've eaten Ikokore before but its not my kind of thing, though it is a good food. I've never been a fan of yam be it porridge or plain boiled yams.

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I don't know about blender, grater works fine,

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i know my mom uses the hard filter for hers but i don't have that. so sagexx, can one use blender to blend the water yam?

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u know what am gonna try this one out. thanks for that great picture.

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to prepare ikokore

ingredients as above

into boiling water addchopped meat of filleted fish preferably dry fish boil with seasonings

then add your grated yam batch wise to the boiling stock et al then add palm oil just before you remove from stove pls stir when adding palm oil salt the grated yam not the stock.

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Please make sure it has enough "Orisirisi". Pieces of meat, fish, ponmo, crayfish , all these are what makes it very tasty. Lack of these and the food will not make sense to new "eaters".

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Meeeeeeeeeeeen, I ain't heard that name since 2002 at Ago Iwoye during my youth service, dem say d thing dey sweet.

Too bad I did not get to taste it though. I hope you learn how to make am oh, cos Ijebu men dey love it and I know say this one wey you dey find recipe so, an Ijebusite is knocking on your daddy's door ( or is about to knock),

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Meeeeeeeeeeeen, I ain't heard that name since 2002 at Ago Iwoye during my youth service, dem say d thing dey sweet.

Too bad I did not get to taste it though. I hope you learn how to make am oh, cos Ijebu men dey love it and I know say this one wey you dey find recipe so, an Ijebusite is knocking on your daddy's door ( or is about to knock),

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check out magic's website for all the naija dishes u want .

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Cool, thanks for the recipe, I LOVE yam so i'm going to have to try it. but i got to find that white yam first

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Late post, but I just stumbled on it. My mother is a big fan.

Ingredients:

1. water Yam

2. Palm Oil

3. Dried and Fresh Crayfish

4. Salt

5. Seasoning

6. Already cooked meat and diced

7. Smoked Fish

8. Chiili pepper

Preparation:

1. You have to use the correct specie of yam, known popularly as water yam, scientific name is Dioscorea alata . Known as white yam in some places like Asia.

2. Cut up and grate, be careful though cos it has the reputation of being itchy.

3. To cook, put a little quantity in the pot, and add some water, gradually put in the grated yam in a folding manner to incorporate some air

4. Add all your ingredients and cook for bout 40 mins and stir occasionally, Pls use a non-stick pot

5. Use the quantity of spices your taste buds can accommodate

6. Ready to grub!

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it is called ikokore

i know how to prepare ikokore,

if you have the right yam?

you dont want to use the real yam ,

or else you will get yam porridge.

ikokore will drawl, if you cook it right

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ABEG, wat is that and wat is it made out of?

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HA,

Ever taken that Ijebu food before?

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