- Easy to cook
- Firm and non-sticky
- High-quality grains
Abacha is a popular cassava dish native to the Igbos and served throughout Igbo land in eastern Nigeria. Abacha can be eaten as a starter or a full meal served with dry fish or ponmo (cow skin)
African salad is eaten amongst the Eastern tribe of Nigeria. Made with dried shredded cassava in a creamed palm oil sauce, paired with fried fish, cowfoot, and garden eggs.