Yam Flour 1.5KG Tropical SunYam Flour 1.5KG Tropical Sun
Yam Flour is enjoyed right across Africa as a staple food and is prepared when mixed with boiling water to create a moist dough like mixture. The dough can accompany a whole host of different dishes such as stews, meats and vegetables. It is even used to make little dumplings to be served with soups. Try Tropical Sun’s Yam Flour alongside traditional African Jute and Egusi stew for a great way to tropicalise your food. Enjoy!
Bean flour – 1.5Kg by Tropical SunBean flour – 1.5Kg by Tropical Sun
Fantastic for baking, as a thickener for sauces and gravies, and a great base for dips and soups, Tropical Sun Bean Flour is made from ground split black eye beans and is vegan-friendly! Enjoy!
Cassava Flour 1KGCassava Flour 1KG
Cassava is Africa’s most versatile staple. In Africa, a wide variety of cassava-based dishes are consumed. Even the waste gotten from cassava processing can be recycled into animal feed, glue, and ingredients for pharmaceuticals.
Cassava is a woody shrub that is mainly cultivated for its edible starchy root. A native to South America, cassava was introduced to Africa in the 16th Century by Portuguese traders. Since then cassava has grown to become a staple food for most African countries.
Apart from its versatility, cassava is relatively easy to grow. It thrives on poor soils with low rainfall. It is also a perennial crop with a wide harvesting window. Its non-seasonal nature makes it a resourceful crop to cultivate. Currently, Nigeria remains the largest producer of cassava.
So what makes cassava versatile? The reason is obvious. Unlike other staple foods, there are lots of cassava-based dishes eaten in Africa.
Tropical Sun Cassava flour is made from freshly harvested Cassava tubers(roots). The fresh roots are then washed, peeled, grated, and blended into a paste-like consistency where it is then filtered, dried, and sifted into flour.
Our Cassava flour (a.k.a. Elubo or Kokonte) is all-natural with NO additives, or chemicals used throughout the production process.