7 Nigerian Fufu Recipes You May Have Missed

I recently did a marathon on Nigerian Fufu Recipes. Some of them have been on my request list for sooooo long and I woke up one day in March and decided to starting uploading them one after the other, every single day. I wanted to see how far I could go with consecutive video uploads. And I ended up doing 7 of them! All these happened on my YouTube channel. I spend lots of time over there these days because visual is FUN! Click here to subscribe to All Nigerian Recipes YouTube channel so you will know when I upload videos.

So here are those fufu recipes. Remember, Nigerian Fufu meals are always served with Nigerian soups for fufu meals. These may look bland and unappetizing on their own but they will be served with glorious Nigerian soups for swallows prepared with nourishing ingredients. Think of fufu as boiled white rice and the soup as a stew or sauce that will go with the rice.

1. How to make Pounded Yam with a Stand Mixer

Yes, if you have a stand mixer you can put it to more work by using it for pounded yam. It makes great pounded yam and you won’t even notice that it was not pounded. Pounded yam without the sweat and labour anyone? Click here for the written recipe and click here for the video.
pounded yam stand mixer

2. How to make Pounded Yam with a Blender

If you do not have a stand mixer, you will most likely have a blender. You can also use your blender to make pounded yam but please it is important that you watch the video to see my demo on this because not all blenders can do this and even if your blender can do it, you need to be careful how you do it. Click here for the written recipe and click here for the video.
pounded yam blender

3. Potato Fufu (using fresh potatoes)

This is the most unlikely one. The feedback I received when I uploaded this video shows that lots of people have never heard of potato fufu, lots more have never even thought about it. Click here for the written recipe and click here for the video.
potato fufu

4. Plantain Fufu

Plantains are known to be low in sugar hence make a great staple for fufu meals. Click here for the written recipe and click here for the video.
plantain fufu

5. Cocoyam Fufu

This is a very traditional one because I only see this in the villages. But my job is to let you know that these exist so if you can buy these staples where you live, you know you have options. Click here for the written recipe and click here for the video.
cocoyam fufu

6. Oatmeal Fufu

Another healthy option. Oatmeal is rich in fibre and is known to keep you fuller for longer so helps in weight loss. A small quantity can keep you going for hours. Click here for the written recipe and click here for the video.
oatmeal fufu

7. Nni Oka (Alibo, Corn Fufu)

This is the fufu meal you want to make when you want to feed a large crowd. It feels like semolina/semovita fufu but it is cheaper. Click here for the written recipe and click here for the video.
corn fufu

That’s it! In the video below you will find all these recipes. Watch:

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