Fufu with kuka soup. You guys requested, I entered my lab a.k.a. my kitchen! If you are on a low carb diet, serve with Nigerian Soups that do not contain a starchy thickener: – Ogbono Soup – Okra Soup – Edikang Ikong – Efo Riro – Afang Soup – Banga Soup – Miyan Kuka Nigerian starchy thickeners. Nigerian Soups are those special sauces that accompany the major Nigerian food commonly known as Fufu.
Fufu (or foofoo, fufuo, foufou) is a staple food common in many countries in West Africa and Central Africa such as Ghana, Sierra Leone, Guinea, Liberia, Cote D'Ivoire, Benin, Togo, Nigeria. Fufu is a traditional food from West Africa and the Caribbean, similar to a dumpling. Fufu, an essential food in most of West Africa, was brought to the Americas by enslaved populations who adapted it to Caribbean cuisines according to what was available. You can have Fufu with kuka soup using 7 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Fufu with kuka soup
- Prepare of Cassava powder.
- You need of Baobab.
- Prepare of Lucustbeans.
- You need of Palmoil.
- Prepare of Nutmeg.
- You need of Beans.
- Prepare of Onions and pepper.
Make the Fufu: Boil water then reduce heat and stir in farina (or yam or garri) flour. Should look like stiff mashed potatoes. Scoop onto a wet plate with wet wooden spoon. Shape into a big ball for each person.
Fufu with kuka soup step by step
- Boil your water and mix the cassava powder with water mix well to avoid lumps..
- When the water is boiled add the cassava mixture and make a mould into a very hard mould and take back to simmer.
- For the soup you'll take a pot and heat the palmoil and fry the grated pepper and onion crush the nutmeg and add to the fried grated peppers add water to the frying pepper crush the beans and d locust bean to the soup when the soup is boiled add seasoning and the powdered baobab into thick mixture.
- Let simmer for some time and serve with the fufu.
Fufu is very difficult to make, a process that starts by pounding cassava and unripe plantains together with a big Ogbono is a traditional Nigerian soup made with a combination of ogbono seeds, red palm oil, onions, stock, seasoning Fufu-like staples are widespread across the entire Sub. Fufu doesn't need butter. after bringing the cassava and plantain to boil, you peel them, allow to cool and blend straight away. Groundnut soup refers to egusi soup which is commonly eaten with fufu in Africa. I've also eaten it with African spinach stew. Homemade Cassava FuFu /Water FuFu Homemade Cassava FuFu/Water FuFu – a staple food in many African countries that is made from fermented and grounded starchy cassava roots and is a great side dish to any protein-rich food.