>> Thursday, 14 April 2016
You say dumpling, we say duff. Guyanese duff is made of a soft, slightly sweet flour dough. Once divided, each piece of dough is rolled into a thick cylindrical shape and placed on top of rice, ground provisions or soup to steam and cook. Some people also place them in a steamer to cook or boil them. I like to add a little cinnamon, and sometimes, freshly grated coconut to the mixture. So good!
Here is one of the more popular ways it is presented - in a soup.