>> Sunday, 17 April 2016
Foo-foo - boiled and pounded ground provision is a direct influence of Africa in Caribbean cuisine. The ground provision mixture, pounded smooth, is rolled into balls and can be dropped into soups, eaten as is or most often with a meat or vegetable stew with lots of flavourful gravy/sauce.
Low in fat and full of fibre, ground provisions are also an excellent source of complex carbohydrates. It is food that keeps you full for a long time providing energy throughout the day.