Tuwo shinkafa

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Tuwo shinkafa
Tuwo with miyan kuka and fried fish.jpg
Tuwo shinkafa (right) with miyan kuka (left) and fried fish
TypeNigerian cuisine
Place of originNigeria
Region or stateNorthern Nigeria
Serving temperatureHot, Usually Rolled Up In Spherical Form
Main ingredientsRice
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Tuwo shinkafa is a type of Nigerian dish from the northern part of Nigeria.[1] 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.[2]

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  1. ^ "How to make Tuwo Shinkafa (Rice Fufu)". All Nigerian Recipes. Retrieved 6 July 2015.
  2. ^ "Tuwo Shinkafa (Tuwon Shinkafa) - made from Raw rice and also with Rice flour". Nigerian FoodTV. 23 August 2014. Retrieved 6 July 2015.