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 How to make fufu out of cassava
RICHIE (male)
 Posted on: Friday, September 1st, 2017, 10:17 am
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HOW TO MAKE FUFU OUT FROM CASSAVA
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Fufu is a like-whitish ball meal (had with soup) eaten mostly in the eastern part of Nigeria and now eaten worldwide. Read how to get garri from cassava.
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Preparation:
  • You must have got a desired quantity of cassava tuber by now (a sack could be good for a start). Peel the outer brownish part of the cassava tuber.
  • After you must have peeled them all, wash the muddy dirt out to maintain a clean tuber.
  • Soak the cassava in a clean bucket of water( half bucket of water) so it may decompose.
  • Four to five days later, having checked that the tuber of cassava is soft and decompose, sieve the decomposed cassava with the aim of separating the starch from the cassava chaff using water as an aid to filtering it.
  • Let the starch settle down in the container, then remove the top water part leaving starch part at the bottom.
  • Pour the starchy bottom part in a bag/sack (anything baggy and not waterproof) and squeeze out water from it.
  • Pour the starchy content from the bag into a neat pot and stir heated by a stove or cooker. Continue stirring till it gets stiffer.
  • Your fufu is ready!


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