Neat Plantain Fufu flour is one of the most popular in the US for making fufu. Flexibility and ease is granted when using Neat Plantain Fufu flour to produce a delicious plantain Fufu meal to your own desire. Enrich and enjoy yourself partaking of the art and science of exotic African cuisine.
Name variations: foofoo, fufuo, foufo, fufú
Preparation and use
Neat Plantain Fufu preparation is easy: mix a cupful of the flour with cold water, stir until its smooth and consistent with no lumps. Put the mixture in the microwave for 3 minutes for cook, remove and stir with your banku pestle. Repeat 1 more and your fufu will be ready to be served with any soup of your preference.
FUFU RECIPE: https://hutwise.com/blogs/recipes/fufu-pounded-yam-recipe-fast-from-a-box
Recipes, meals, and how this is usually eaten
History, social and cultural relevance
Fufu, also spelled foofoo, a popular dish in western and central African countries and, due to African migration, in the Caribbean as well. The dish reportedly originated in Ghana, where it is a staple. It is prepared in various ways. In Sierra Leone, for example, fufu is often made with fermented cassava. Fufu is a generic name for food you swallow during the eating process. Fufu recipes are generally tasteless on their own so they rely on the richness of the soups to make the meal delicious. Tastes no different from pounded fufu but preparation is not a hassle.
Neat Plantain Fufu is a low fat instant Plantain Fufu which is quick and easy to prepare. Provides a healthy and stable source of energy and 5 grams of protein per serving.
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