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Culled from Idowu, K.E. Auntie Kate’s Cookery Book (3rd Edition). London; McMillam, 1985.
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Ingredients 4-6 cocoyams 1 teaspoon of salt ¼ litre of water (1 cup) Plantain leaves Method 1. Peel, wash and grate Cocoyams. 2. Add salt and some water, mix and beat well. 3. Add remaining water if necessary and beat to incorporate air. 4. Remove plantain leaves from midrib, cut into required width (about 20 centimetres) warm over fire or wash and pour boiling water over each to make flexible. Wash clean. 5. Wrap a kitchen spoonful of grated cocoyam in each leaf, to get a round shape. Fold in both ends and place on a bed of midrib in a flat-based pot. 6. Place the second row of equan across, leaving a small space between each to allow for free circulation of steam. 7. Cover equan with leaves (this helps to keep in steam), pour over boiling water and put on lid. 8. Cover equan with leaves (this helps to keep in steam), pour over boiling water and put on lid. 9. Cook on steady heat for 1-11/2 hours, adding hot water when needed. 10. Lift equan into a bowl of cold water and unwrap each one. Serve with palm nut soup, groundnut stew, okro soup or jakato soup.