Cassava cake

Cassava cake

Mashable cassava and cornmeal are used to make the pie mandi’o empanada of cassava or yuca. One of the most popular foods is it.

How does it work?

the dough first Cook the cassava in salted water after peeling it. To make them into a puree, run them through a grinder (or food processor) while they are still warm and mushy. The maize flour will be gradually added while kneading on the counter to create a solid dough.

The filling is prepared by sautéing the bell pepper, onion, and garlic in a little butter or oil in a frying pan before adding the ground beef. Season the meat with salt, pepper, and a dash of cumin once it has been well cooked. Cut the cooked eggs into pieces.
Finally, assemble the dough by spreading it out and adding corn flour as required. Use a glass or another large object to cut the discs. One tapa should be topped with a little amount of meat filling before being sealed with another. Finally, cook till golden brown in a lot of heated oil. Remove and serve on absorbent paper.

Eggs are a cheap and excellent source of high-quality protein. The egg white contains vitamin B2 and more protein than the yolk does, but there is less fat in the white than there is in the yolk. Selenium, vitamin D, B6, B12, and minerals including zinc, iron, and copper are all abundant in eggs. Yolks have a higher fat and calorie content than egg whites. They are a source of lecithin, a substance that promotes emulsification in dishes like mayonnaise, as well as the fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E, and K.