Tuwo Masara dough wrapped in a small cellophane bag. Tuwo Masara is prepared using corn flour which is kneaded in boiling water and scooped into round ball shapes. 'Tuwo' is a staple Nigerian northern dish, simply translated as porridge, and made from either corn, rice, or millet flour.


  • Title: Tuwo Masara
  • Date Created: 2019
  • Location Created: FCT-Abuja
  • Region: North
  • Ingredients: Tuwo Masara
  • Ethnic Group: Hausa-Fulani

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