cornmeal, salt, oil, water, butter

Funchi is an Aruban staple, a simple dish made with cornmeal, salt, and butter. The cornmeal is cooked in boiling water and stirred with a wooden spoon until the mixture becomes thick and stiff. It is then combined with butter before being served. Funchi can be sliced, fried in butter or oil, and served with a variety of ingredients, or it can be consumed as it is and served as an accompaniment to stews and soups.

Created Sept. 27, 2020 by: atasneem

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