Recipes with Yuca
Yuca, also known as cassava, is a starchy root vegetable. Yuca is very popular in South America and Central America. It has become even more popular with the paleo and gluten diets. It has a starchy content and their fries are delicious. It is a frequently used ingredient in Latin dishes. Tapioca starch is obtained from the roots of the yuca plant.
It supports the digestive system. It is a source of starch. It is frequently preferred in carbohydrate diets. Yuca is an important source of calories in the tropics. It provides energy thanks to its high carbohydrate content. It is high in fiber and potassium. It is low in saturated fat, cholesterol, and sodium. It is a good source of manganese and vitamin C.
It is one of the most preferred side dishes at Venezuelan barbecue parties. It is similar to a sweet potato, its texture is also raw. It has a walnut flavor. It can be used fried, boiled or mashed. Yucca is also used in soups, sauces, yoghurts, and ice cream to help thicken foods. It can also be fried and served with steak. It is also often served with avocado sauce.