Àmàlà

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Àmàlà je̩ ikan ninu ounje̩ orile ede naijiria ti a fi elubo is̩u tabi ti paki s̩e.

Àmàlà as served in a Nigerian restaurant in London

[1]A o ti be̩,fo̩, pelu sisa si orun is̩u tabi paki ti afe̩ lo fun elubo̩ àmàlà. Latara wipe is̩u ti a fe̩ lo fun elubo̩ ti gbe̩ ni àmàlà fi ni awo̩ dudu.[2][3]Àmàlà jẹ ounjẹ ti o wọpọ ni jijẹ laarin eya Yoruba ni Naijiria.[4]Oriṣiriṣi ọbẹ la le fijẹ pẹlu, ọbẹ bi ẹfọ, ila, ọgbọnọ, ẹgusi, ewedu, gbẹgiri ati bẹ bẹ lọ.

Àmàlà pe loriṣiriṣi bi àmàlà iṣu, àmàlà lafun ati àmàlà ọgẹdẹ.

Awo̩n Ito̩kasi[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

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  2. Balogh, Esther (1989). "History and perspectives of stable foods in Africa". Oxford Symposium on Food & Cookery. p. 51. https://books.google.com/books?id=I15eJt6U3gMC&pg=PA51. 
  3. Dumont, Roland (2006). Biodiversity and Domestication of Yams in West Africa: Traditional Practices Leading to Dioscorea Rotundata Poir. Editions Quae. p. 28. https://books.google.com/books?id=uViWez_aaQcC&pg=PA28. 
  4. Roots, Tubers, Plantains and Bananas in Human Nutrition. Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. 1990. p. 68. https://books.google.com/books?id=wRIIf11K3rUC&pg=PA68.