Yuca con Mojo Criollo | Cassava

Yuca & Mojo

Yuca con mojo a staple in amy Cuban dinner. Yuca also known as cassava is a starchy root with brown hard skin and white flesh. Cubans eat yuca instead of potatoes. It can be served boiled or fried. I prefer the boiled method with lots of garlicky Mojo Criollo. Make sure you watch the video on how to peel the yuca and read the post I made on making the Mojo Criollo.

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Yuca & Mojo

Yuca con Mojo Criollo | Cassava

Yuca con mojo a staple in amy Cuban dinner. Yuca also known as cassava is a starchy root with brown hard skin and white flesh. Cubans eat yuca instead of potatoes. It can be served boiled or fried. I prefer the boiled method with lots of garlicky Mojo Criollo. Make sure you watch the video… 

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Yuca & Mojo

Mojo Criollo

Mojo Criollo (pronounced mo-ho, not moe joe) is a staple marinate in Latin cuisine. It is an absolute must in marinating roast pork or Lechon Asado. It is a great dipping sauce for plantain chips or poured over boiled yuca. Spoon it over grilled, fish or chicken for a tatsy garlicky taste. make sure to… 

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Yuca & Mojo

How to peel Yuca | Cassava

Yuca or Cassava is a starchy root vegetable used in latin (Cuban) kitchens throughout the world. It is normally served at special occasions like,”Noche Buena” (Christmas Eve). I enjoy making yuca throughout the year in various ways. Fresh Yuca can be found in just about any grocery store nowadays, but if you can try using… 

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My past year in food blogging

This has been my best year of growth with my food blogging. While doing some research on food photography I came across this great program called Food Blogger Pro. It is an in-depth video based training  program for food bloggers. It will take you from the very basics of creating and setting up your website to… 

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