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Adalu

Adalu is cowpeas and maize. It is also called Niébé et Maïs or, in English, black-eyed peas and corn. In Africa, it is usually made with dried cowpeas and either fresh or dried maize. It can also be adapted to use canned or frozen black-eyed peas and corn.

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Without the fish or shrimp, Adalu can be served as a side dish with a West African soup such as Pepper Soup .


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