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Fufu

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14 Jun 2021

African Cuisine

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Fufu, an essential food in most of West Africa, refers to a dough made from boiled and pounded starchy ground provisions like plantains, cassava, or malanga—or a combination of two or more. It was brought to the Americas by enslaved populations who adapted it to Caribbean cuisines according to what was available. The word "fufu" comes from the Twi language, spoken in Ghana and Ivory Coast. It means "mash" or "mix." It's sometimes spelled foo-foo or fou-fou.

Fufu

by Ernest Turkson

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Ingredients

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2 lbs of pounds yams

1 qty of Kosher salt, to taste

1 qty of Freshly ground black pepper, to taste

1 tsp of olive oil

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Prep Time:

15 Mins

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Cook Time:

25 Mins

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Total Time:

40 Mins

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African Cuisine

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