Guess what?! My school project is on Food Photography; and I’m working on Yoruba yam delicacies. Here’s the thing- after I made a list of the the meals The Yoruba make with yam, I wanted more… then it struck! The ideas were unleashed! I’m particularly excited about this recipe because it gave me so much when it turned out right. My friend and colleague who first partook of this ate part of the cupcake papers with it… lol… not only because it was so nice, but because I forgot to oil the papers, so the cake wouldn’t come off… hilarious! Anyway, its really lovely- a must try!
Ingredients 4 Servings
- Yam Blended 1 cup
- All purpose flour sieved/sifted 1/2 cup
- Eggs 2
- Sugar 1/8 cup
- Baking powder a pinch
Preheat oven. Prepare cupcake pans with oiled cupcake papers.
Combine flour and blending yam with a whisk, fork, or mixer; add baking powder. Mix egg and sugar separately also. Combine both mixtures thoroughly.
Fill each cupcake pan paper up to 3/4 of its depth. Bake for 20 minutes.
Woolah! Ready to eat. Served mine with tomatoes… you could try some other stuffs.
Tags: yam, Yam cakes, Yam cupcakes, Yam cups, Yam in diaspora