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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

  • 2 1/2 cups Bisquick
  • 2 1/2 cups instant potato flakes
  • 6 cups water
  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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Sorry, this doesn't sound good !!

Does the fire stay on under this pot while you stir? If it does not, why not use the Kitchenaid with bread hook for the stirring?

Re: recipe for Fufu. What is the oven temp? How long do you bake it? I have a 4.5 quart Kitchen Aid stand mixer - can I use it with the 'dough hook'? My mother used to age (3-4 days)leftover mashed potatoes, then add to bisquick & ingredients. Is Fufu similar to this?

You can use a stand mixer. You do not need to put it in the oven.

Do you remove pot from heat or leave it on stove? and if so, do we lower temp? I would love to try this but will cut the recipe in half for just two people. Waldine


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