|Content||This instant plantain fufu flour from Heritage Afrika is made of potato granules, cassave and plantain. Fufu flour is traditionally used to make fufu, a West African side dish that is served alongside soups and stews.
Cooking instructions: Mix one cup of plantain fufu to two parts of water. Cook in a microwaveable bowl for 3 minutes. Knead until desired consistency is achieved. Sprinkle a bit of water and cook again for 3 minutes.|
Potato starch is used to thicken soups, sauces and pie fillings. It's also an essential part of gluten free baking. Depending on which potato starch you buy, it can be gluten free, dairy free, grain free and soy free. All of which makes it a safe add-in ingredient for those with food allergies.
|Cassava Flour from MP is a fine quality flour that can serve as a good substitute for wheat flour, especially for making bread, pastries, pasta, and dumplings. Cassava flour comes from ground cassava root. It's fine and powdery and the taste is slightly nutty and earthy. It can easily be swapped for all-purpose flour in gluten-free baking.|