Fufu and Light Soup
Fufu is a starchy dough that is most commonly associated with Ghana, specifically with the Akan ethnic group. It is commonly made from cassava and unripe plantains made together into a paste, which is then molded by hand into a ball shape and served with a special sauce/soup. In essence it is the sauce/soup that really gives each Fufu dish its unique identity
- Fufu remains fresh for days and requires no special method of preservation.
- It is rich in carbohydrates and minerals
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