Fried Yam and Fish Rolls

I just played a “guess the dish” game, on two facebook groups. The only clue was that it is not made with flour. I laughed and nearly peed my pants when two of my Facebook buds answered Fried Eba and Okra! Jeez I must have a reputation for far fetched food experiments.
People this is just yam and fish served with pepper sauce by the side.

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Recipe

Ingredients

•    Yam

•    Fish

•    Salt

•    Bouillon Cubes

•    Pepper

•    Flour for dusting the board

•    Oil for frying.

Procedure

–    Cut yam and boil till well cooked and tender.

–    Season fish with salt, bouillon cubes and pepper, cook, debone and flake the fish and set aside.

–    When yam is done, mash till smooth in a bowl or in the pot.

–    Lightly flour a board, roll out the yam mold, trim out the edges. Spread some fish flakes along the edges and roll it over. Apply some water to the edges to seal it.
Sorry I don’t have a pictorial yet but you can see the procedure used here in making sausages

–   Heat up some oil. Not extremely hot and fry the yam till slighly crisp and a warm golden brown. Don’t let it burn as the yam would start to taste bitter.

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–    Serve with pepper sauce, it tastes great together

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9 thoughts on “Fried Yam and Fish Rolls

  1. Meg May 16, 2015 / 1:53 pm

    So, where is my 500naira credit? Yeah, I got it

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    • Ounje May 21, 2015 / 6:59 am

      The person who got it first got the airtime

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    • Ounje May 25, 2015 / 3:14 pm

      Sent to the winner already

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  2. Stephanie May 17, 2015 / 9:16 am

    I love ur blog.will visit more often fr recipes n new trials on fud n snacks.ur explanations are easy to understand n mur mthds easy to follow.kip it up.

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  3. keke chisom May 20, 2015 / 7:17 am

    This is so good. Please can I subscribe for posts to my email.

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  4. Iphy Fortune May 25, 2015 / 11:24 pm

    Wow… this is really creative.
    Well done,ma!

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