Pounded yam served with okro soup, ponmo, fish and shaki

Pounded yam is a West African dish made from yam that has been boiled, peeled, and then pounded until it becomes smooth and elastic. It is often served with a variety of stews or soups, including okro soup. Okro soup is a popular West African soup made with okra, tomatoes, onions, and other ingredients. It is often served with pounded yam as a dipping sauce. Together, pounded yam and okro soup make a delicious and satisfying meal.

Mackerel fish is a type of oily fish that is commonly used in West African cuisine, while ponmo is a type of cowhide that is cooked and sliced into thin pieces.

To make this dish, you would need to start by boiling the yam until it is soft. Then, transfer the yam to a mortar or large bowl and pound it with a pestle until it is smooth and stretchy. Next, prepare the okro soup by cooking the okra in a pot with tomato, onion, and other spices. Add the mackerel fish and ponmo to the pot and let the soup simmer until the flavors are well combined.

To serve, place a portion of the pounded yam on a plate and top it with a ladle of okro soup. Enjoy the dish while it’s hot!

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