Fura De Nono Pots with Fresh Turmeric & Coconut

_DSC2698I loved learning how to make Fura and couldn’t wait to combine it with white chocolate and bananas.

Nono is made from fresh milk soured with a bit of curdled milk, similar to using yogurt as a starter in a fresh batch. Fermentation happens over a day or two; Fura is made from millet, cooked with spices and formed into balls

This pots are about texture and assembly, and of course, fresh turmeric. I combine fresh fruit, chocolate, dried fruit (raisins, dates), nuts, spice and more to create a filling, flavourful ‘breakfast’ or dessert.

All you need are three posts and a few photos to guide:

  1. The recipe for Fura de Nono
  2. A guide to the elements for the yogurt pots
  3. Parfaits et al


The flavour? Balanced – not overly sweet, creamy, with a lot of earthy from the turmeric. I like the slight chew from the coconut and the sourness from the fura and yogurt.

A great dish, perfect for breakfast and dessert.

What’s your favourite way to have Fura?

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