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|Place of origin||Nigeria|
|Region or state||Northern Nigeria|
|Serving temperature||Hot, Usually Rolled Up In Spherical Form|
Tuwo shinkafa is a type of Nigerian dish from the northern part of Nigeria. It is a thick pudding prepared from a local rice that is soft and sticky, and is usually served with different types of soups like Miyan kuka.
- "How to make Tuwo Shinkafa (Rice Fufu)". All Nigerian Recipes. Retrieved 6 July 2015.
- "Tuwo Shinkafa (Tuwon Shinkafa) - made from Raw rice and also with Rice flour". Nigerian FoodTV. 23 August 2014. Retrieved 6 July 2015.
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