Tuwo Shinkafa: A Unique Nigerian Dish

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Tuwo shinkafa is a unique Nigerian dish consisting of rice flour or soft, short-grained rice and water. The combination of those ingredients is cooked, mashed, and formed into large balls. It is popular throughout the northern parts of the country, and is often served as an accompaniment to various soups and stews.

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