Nigerian man 'revolutionises' amala, wows white men with its sweet taste

Nigerian man 'revolutionises' amala, wows white men with its sweet taste

- A Nigerian man, Victor Ofunime Okunowo, has made the nation proud as he took amala dish international

- On Master Chef food show, the master chef made a dough out of yam flour (elubo) and filled it with egusi soup

- When the show's judges ate his meal, they were short of words at describing how amazing the meal tasted

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A Nigerian chef, Victor Ofunime Okunowo, has shown off an enviable culinary innovation as he 'revolutionised' the making of amala.

On a TV food show, the man told judges that he will be making pasta out of amala that would have egusi filling, a dish he named Amala Rivoli.

When asked how risky his experimentation is, Victor answered that it is very risky. He told them that the yam flour is called amala back home.

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As for the egusi soup, he described it as ground melon seeds. Victor said that any Nigerian looking at him right now would be wondering what exactly he is doing.

After rolling and making pasta out of the yam powder (elubo), the master chef made it into a dough as he filled it with egusi soup that has prawns.

Nigerian man 'revolutionised' amala, wows white men with its sweet taste
A Nigerian man makes pasta out of yam flour called amala. Photo source: Victor Ofunime Okunowo
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A tension-bathed Victor after getting his dish done waited for the review from the judges. On tasting the melon, the white men could not believe how amazing the food was when it hit their tongues.

One of them said:

"I really like your pasta, it's fine, it's thin. Inside, you get the almost sweet sea flavour of the prawns but you get something else that tastes like offal and has a better finish.
"But what really intrigues me are those seeds, Crunch of a nut, the sharpness of lemon, and finish bitter."

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Meanwhile, earlier reported that an unnamed young man trended online after advising people in a short video on how best to eat their fufu and egusi soup.

The clip which was shared by KraksTV on their Instagram page showed the man carefully scooping the meal and mixing it with egusi before he swallowed it.

The man while talking to his audience said eating fufu with spoons is the African way. He said eating in that manner will keep stains away from one's hand.

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