Ojojo is a tasty dish made with wateryams and it's very popular in the western part of Nigeria. Have a taste of the west by preparing this delicacy at home this weekend. #DKRecipes
2 Water Yam tubers
2 tablespoons dried pepper
1 small red onion (chopped)
Devon King’s vegetable oil (enough for frying)
1 garlic slice (ground)
1 seasoning cube
1) Peel the water yams and clean thoroughly.
2) Grate the water yams into a thick texture. Don’t add water.
3) Add dried pepper onions, seasoning cube, garlic and salt.
4) Pour Devon King’s vegetable oil into a pot and let it heat up on low heat.
5)Mix the water yam paste and all ingredients by hand or with a blender. Don’t over mix.
6)Now scoop the water yam mix into the oil and fry on medium heat for around 7 minutes.
7) It should sink to the bottom of the pot first then rise to the surface while frying.
8) When it’s ready, it should be light brown all over.
9) Drain onto a paper towel or metal sieve to absorb the excess oil.
10) Repeat steps six and seven till all the water yam mix is all fried.
It’s ready for you to enjoy. #Wateryam #yamballs #nigerianfood