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Best Fried Cassava Fritters Togo

Best Fried Cassava Fritters Togo Best Fried Cassava Fritters TogoHomestyle African food from Togo is found in every market and sold by numerous street food vendors throughout the country. This recipe was my mom's favorite recipe to make for afternoon snacks when we were kids in elementary school. Crispy but cake like cassava fritters are an easy to make classic recipe.

Best fried cassava fritters Togo makes are made from grated cassava, this is one of Togo's favorite savory snacks.

Best Fritters Recipe

These deep-fried cassava fritters from Togo are the best fritter recipe ever

Fritters are best served with homemade soups and stews recipes. Golden brown Garri Fritters are a favorite recipe of Western Africa made with ground cassava flour and spices fried into delicious snacks. Serves 8 West African Food Prep time: 10 min Cook time: 10 Total time: 20 min By Chic African Culture African food recipe

Best Fried Cassava Fritters Togo

Ingredients

2 cups cassava flour

1/2 teaspoon onion powder

1/2 teaspoon garlic salt

1 tablespoon white sugar

1/2 teaspoon black pepper

1/4 - 1/3 cups water

1-2 cups oil for frying


Directions

In a large frying pan heat vegetable oil. Add all ingredients, mix well and form small fritters, fry until golden brown about 3 minutes on each side. Sprinkle with extra salt or curry powder before serving.


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