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DIY: How to make Plantain Fufu

How to make Plantain Fufu

Plantain Fufu is a healthy Nigerian meal made with unripe plantains.

Because ordinary fufu is basic, we decided to up the ante with fufu made from plantain.

This recipe is easy to make and would leave you feeling proud of yourself. Plantain Fufu is a healthy Nigerian meal made with unripe plantains.

They help keep blood sugar levels low thanks to their high potassium levels.

Ingredients

Unripe Plantains (green plantains)

Water

Preparation

1. Wash unripe plantains, dry, peel and slice them.

2. Cook sliced plantain over medium heat.

Cook till you can easily crush the pieces of plantains with a fork.

3. Pour the water into a bowl and set aside. Now use a wooden spatula to mash the pieces of boiled plantains into a smooth dough.

Enjoy with any soup of choice.

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’Apr’
’12’
DIY: How to make Plantain Fufu

How to make Plantain Fufu

Plantain Fufu is a healthy Nigerian meal made with unripe plantains.

Because ordinary fufu is basic, we decided to up the ante with fufu made from plantain.

This recipe is easy to make and would leave you feeling proud of yourself. Plantain Fufu is a healthy Nigerian meal made with unripe plantains.

They help keep blood sugar levels low thanks to their high potassium levels.

Ingredients

Unripe Plantains (green plantains)

Water

Preparation

1. Wash unripe plantains, dry, peel and slice them.

2. Cook sliced plantain over medium heat.

Cook till you can easily crush the pieces of plantains with a fork.

3. Pour the water into a bowl and set aside. Now use a wooden spatula to mash the pieces of boiled plantains into a smooth dough.

Enjoy with any soup of choice.

Support 9JAKOLO NG' journalism of integrity and credibility

 

Good journalism costs a lot of money. Yet only good journalism can ensure the possibility of a good society, an accountable democracy, and a transparent government.

For continued free access to the best investigative journalism in the country we ask you to consider making a modest support to this noble endeavour.

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’Apr’
’12’
DIY: How to make Plantain Fufu

How to make Plantain Fufu

Plantain Fufu is a healthy Nigerian meal made with unripe plantains.

Because ordinary fufu is basic, we decided to up the ante with fufu made from plantain.

This recipe is easy to make and would leave you feeling proud of yourself. Plantain Fufu is a healthy Nigerian meal made with unripe plantains.

They help keep blood sugar levels low thanks to their high potassium levels.

Ingredients

Unripe Plantains (green plantains)

Water

Preparation

1. Wash unripe plantains, dry, peel and slice them.

2. Cook sliced plantain over medium heat.

Cook till you can easily crush the pieces of plantains with a fork.

3. Pour the water into a bowl and set aside. Now use a wooden spatula to mash the pieces of boiled plantains into a smooth dough.

Enjoy with any soup of choice.

Support 9JAKOLO NG' journalism of integrity and credibility

 

Good journalism costs a lot of money. Yet only good journalism can ensure the possibility of a good society, an accountable democracy, and a transparent government.

For continued free access to the best investigative journalism in the country we ask you to consider making a modest support to this noble endeavour.

By contributing to 9JAKOLO NG, you are helping to sustain a journalism of relevance and ensuring it remains free and available to all.

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Video: Tyga feat. Rich the Kid & G-Eazy – Girls Have Fun

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