Konkonte, also known by many as abitie, abetee, lapiiwa, and lapelawa is a delicious staple in Ghana. It is popular in west African countries such as Nigeria, Togo and is also eaten in the Caribbean. The English Name for the delicacy is “brown fufu”. It is made from sun dried cassava roots, milled into a very smooth powder. Cooked Kokonte is light or dark brown in color.
Name variations: Nigerians call it Lafun, Togo call it konkonte