Tropiway cocoyam fufu flour is a grain made from mashed cocoyam (a tropical root crop), cassava and saffron. This flour is used to make fufu, a staple dish in West African cuisine, and Ghana’s national dish.
Fufu is a starchy side dish which is served alongside soups and stews. It is made in the following way:
Boil fufu flour in water, stirring and beating until it thickens.
The texture should be soft and sticky.
When it has the correct texture, it is then shaped into balls.
The fufu can be dipped in soups and stews to soak up the liquid.