How to make Ghana cocoyam fufu
Cocoyams, Taro roots, is jam-packed with high concentrations of vitamin A & C. It also contains other phenolic antioxidants which help to boost the immune system and eliminate free radicals from the body. Cocoyam is also good for those suffering from rheumatoid arthritis because of vitamin B6 present in it. Vitamin B6 helps control pain in the muscles and joints.
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The leaves of the wonder plant have numerous health benefits too. Kontomire is good for the brain, sperm production, eyes, bones and skin.
- mashed cassava
Your Ghana cocoyam fufu is ready to be enjoyed with any soup of your choice
Ghana cocoyam fufu is my second favorite fufu variety. The first time I tried it, I was pleasantly surprised by its thick and heavy texture. My once soft supple fufu had turned a bit hard in about 15mins. Immediately recalled my mum telling me to hurry with my dinner. Now I understood why.
Paired with soup, it makes the perfect Sunday lunch. I recommended you switch up your fufu game this Sunday and try some tasty cocoyam fufu. And please don’t forget to send your reviews.