Fura is millet dough balls eaten in Nigeria, Niger and Ghana. Fura originated from the Fulani people of West Africa.
It is mostly prepared in Ilorin, Kwara State in Nigeria.
The locally made drink is prepared from a combination of fermented milk and ground millet grains while sugar is added to the mixture to make it tastier.
It contains carbohydrate and fiber because it is made from millets
Millet is a starchy, protein-rich grain.
Millet provides plenty of phosphorus and magnesium and more calcium than any other cereal.
They are rich in antioxidants
Scientists have said millets also help control blood sugar levels
Millets are considered an ideal grain for people with diabetes.
2 1/2cups of water
3/4 cup Garin gero
Bring your water to a boil
Gently add in 3/4 millet powder.
Cook with low heat for 20minutes
Add hot or cold water on top and leave to cool completely.
This step is very important else the top dries up
Add your kindirmo, add sugar and any other thing of your choice
Stir and serve
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