Rolled Fufu

….whetting your taste buds one meal at a time

Rolled Fufu is easy and simple to present your already prepared fufu. It makes the food look appetizing and neat, so if you have wondered how it’s been done, I hope this article helps you. I used oatmeal fufu.

At the end, all you need is to roll it up like a mat as shown below.

Read and learn how to Prepare Oatmeal fufu


• The prepared fufu meal (It can be Garri (Eba Fufu), Semolina Fufu, Akpu (Cassava Fufu), Oatmeal Fufu, Pounded yam and so on.

• Parchment Paper

• Scissors

• Wooden rolling pin

• Flat table top (smooth kitchen table top)



❖ The first step is to prepare the fufu and set aside

❖ Use the scissors to cut out a size of parchment paper that can wrap the prepared fufu twice in a rectangular shape.

❖ Place the parchment paper on the flat table top

❖ Put the prepared fufu on half side of the parchment paper and cover with the other side.

❖ Use the wooden rolling pin to roll to form a rectangular shape covering the prepare fufu with half (other) side of the parchment paper.

  • Keep rolling on the fufu until all the sides are smooth and clean.

❖ Once the shape is achieved, roll step by step like a mat. When rolling the fufu, place your hand on the parchment paper covering the fufu, roll each step and lift the paper till it’s done.

❖ Serve and with any soup of your choice.

Author: dailyfresheat

Hello everyone!! Welcome to my blog, I am a lifestyle and food blogger. I reside in Ohio, United States. Growing up cooking has always been one of my passions. Here I would be taking you on my food journey, creating recipes, learning about different food cultures and making great meals. Hope you stick around.

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