Sunday is a special day in my Nima household because I get to enjoy one of my favorite foods - Fufu
Prepared with cassava and green plantain which is
high in protein and comes with different variety of Ghanaian soups I
extend a hand to you to come see me pound the cassava.
First I'll pound the cassava to a rough stage then pound the plantain to be smooth, then I go back to the cassava to make it smooth and mix it together. This makes it look more brown instead of looking white because most people only use a few plantain.
Then I'll help my mum cook this delicious meal.
Even though this is regarded as a heavy type of food, most homes prepare Fufu on Sundays and serve some to neighbours.
(Click on the photos to enlarge them, see my mum & I in action!)
You're welcome to join us every Sunday BUT please call/mail by SATURDAY afternoon so we can buy enough provisions
Fufu, chicken soup, dry fish and keta school boys (yes, a fish called a school boy!)
Boiled yam and palava sauce (or kontomire stew).
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