|Type||West African cuisine|
|Place of origin||Niger, Northern Nigeria|
|Region or state||Sahel|
|Main ingredients||Baobab leaves|
Miyar Kuka or Miyan Kuka, also known as Luru soup, is a type of soup popular among West Africa’s Sahelian ethnic groups. The soup is made from powdered baobab leaves. It is usually served with Tuwo or Fufu. A seasonal variant of this soup is made using fresh mashed baobab leaves. This variant is only available during the rainy season when fresh baobab leaves are available. 
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