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Fufu

Fufu is a traditional West African biscuit-like side dish that is delicious and a breeze to make. This homemade Bisquick recipe is perfect for any occasion. Bisquick recipes rarely taste as good as this recipes tastes.

Serves: 8

Ingredients
  • 2 1/2 cups Bisquick
  • 2 1/2 cups instant potato flakes
  • 6 cups water
Instructions
  1. Bring 6 cups of water to a rapid boil in a large, heavy pot.
     
  2. Combine the two ingredients and add to the water. Stir constantly for 10 - 15 minutes - a process that needs two people for best results: one to hold the pot while the other stirs vigorously with a strong implement (such as a thick wooden spoon). The mixture will become very thick and difficult to stir, but unless you are both vigilant and energetic, you'll get a lumpy mess.
     
  3. When the fufu is ready (or you've stirred to the limits of your endurance!), dump about a cup of the mixture into a wet bowl and shake until it forms itself into a smooth ball. Serve on a large platter alongside a soup or stew.
     
  4. Note: Conventional west African fufu is made by boiling starchy foods such as cassava, yam, plantain or rice, then pounding them into a glutenous mass, usually in a giant, wooden mortar and pestle.

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