you’ve been to the northern part of Nigeria, the name wara wouldn’t be
an unfamiliar term to you. It’s also not uncommon to find wara sellers,
mostly fulani women hawking pots of white wara in street corners. Simply
put, wara is locally made cheese which is commonly sold in parts of the
country where there’s access to fresh milk.
are two major types of wara i.e wara milk and wara soya made from milk
and soya respectively. The uncooked curd is known a cream cheese which
is the major ingredient we’d be using for this. The cooked curd is what
is mostly available by the sellers. It has a rubbery texture and is used
in making beske, a golden brown snack made from deep fried cheese curd.
If you can’t find fresh wara milk around your vicinity, simply use any
prepacked cream cheese you can afford. I love making this for breakfast
and the aroma it leaves the house with is usually breathtaking. This i’m
sure you’ll love it too.
How to make wara chicken bread roll
• Prep Time: 30 minutes
• Cook Time: 10 minutes
• Misc: Serve warm
• Level: Easy
Add the minced garlic and leave to saute for 1 minute then add the
diced chicken. Stir fry for about 5 minutes on medium heat till the
chicken cooks and gives off it’s juice.
the chicken from the oil and transfer the garlic oil into a different
bowl. This can be mixed with the main oil to be used in frying this or
it can be used in cooking something else.
Get three bowls ready. Whisk the eggs in the first bowl, pour the flour
in the second bowl and pour the bread crumbs into the third bowl. Place the bread on a flat surface and remove the brown edges. With a rolling pin, flatten the bread
a thin line of whisked egg on the edges of the flattened bread. Add a
spoon of the garlic chicken and cheese mixture then roll. Seal by
pressing the open edges together