Tropiway cocoyam fufu flour is a grain made from mashed cocoyam (a tropical root crop), cassava and saffron. This flour is used to make fufu, a staple dish in West African cuisine, and Ghana’s national dish.
Fufu is a starchy side dish which is served alongside soups and stews. It is made in the following way:
- Boil fufu flour in water, stirring and beating until it thickens.
- The texture should be soft and sticky.
- When it has the correct texture, it is then shaped into balls.
- The fufu can be dipped in soups and stews to soak up the liquid.
Ingredients: Cocoyam, Cassava, Saffron, Preservative: metabisulphite, Stabiliser: E471, Antioxidant E321
Allergy advice: For allergens, see ingredients listed in bold.
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