|Content||Achi seeds are a popular soup thickener in many parts of Nigeria and Cameroon. The plant is botanically known as Brachystegia Eurycoma. The seeds are usually ground into powder and used for soup thickening, as well as other herbal or medicinal purposes.||Cassava flour is made from the whole cassava root that has been peeled, dried, and pulverized. Konkonte, also known by many as abitie, abetee and lapiiwa is a staple food in Ghana. Kokonte is mostly made out of dried cassava flour. Kokonte is prepared in a way similar to fufu or banku influencing its supposed English name 'Brown Fufu'. It is light, easy to swallow, easy to digest and takes less time to prepare.
INGREDIENT: DRIED CASSAVA