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Sunday, 16 May 2010

Cassava (mogo/yucca)Chunky fries.



Cassava chunky fries- Lovely crispy snack thats is deep fried to perfection. Served with chutneys ,this makes a mouth watering tea time snack.

Ingredients:

500 grams frozen cassava (yuca/ mogo) cut into chunky fries
Sunflower oil for frying
1 teaspoon salt for cooking
1/2 teaspoon for sprinkling.
1/2 teaspoon chilli powder

Method:

1.In a pan of salted water par boil the mogo(cassava/yuca) .
2. Drain and keep aside.


3. Heat oil in a pan and deep fry the cassava fries on medium heat till golden brown .
4. Drain on kitchen paper .
5. Transfer to serving dish and sprinkle with salt and chilli powder if desired.

Serve hot with Yoghurt mint dip or just tomato ketchup.



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43 comments:

  1. Looks crunchy and yummy! Perfect chai time snack!

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  2. hmm...thats new to me...looks gr8..nice presentation...

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  3. this remind me off the ones we buy at store .. the spicy ones cut into thin strips..i havent seen it hear. but in kerala all bakeries have it.
    urs looks wonderful..love ur pics

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  4. Uhhh...I feel like grabbing a piece right now! Terribly yummy looking dear..:)

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  5. Nayna,
    I like cassava chips this one is new to me. Looks really good.

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  6. Thats a wonderful snack..

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  7. Cassava fries looks fantastic..lovely crispy snack...love it.

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  8. WOW!!!! That veggie sounds new to me..... But according to me...anything u use, chunky fries are forever delectable delights..... Yummy tempting picture that is....

    Ash....
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  9. wow yucca fries ..i love this fry..siply delicious and the combi mint chutney thats a god idea..

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  10. mmm. tempting fries. Yum!!

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  11. wow nice crunchy snake ......

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  12. I am big fan of this tuber. Beautiful presentation :)

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  13. wow! Thats a really delicious snack..Would try it out sometime..

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  14. Fried cassava looks tooo crispy and prefect, i do chips with them...sound yummy and prefect snacks..

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  15. never tried fries w/tapioca...but such a gr8 idea nayna...

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  16. Looks delicious .This is totally new to me.

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  17. This is new to me. Its usually made into chips and is very popular in Kerala.

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  18. I have never had cassava....:-( How do they actually taste? I must check Asian stores for them.

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  19. Now I really miss these fries. Ate a lot when we were young. Hope I can find cassava here. We just dipped into sugar and enjoyed it very much. Thanks for sharing. MaryMoh at http://www.keeplearningkeepsmiling.com

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  20. Crunchy and yummy...Can I take that jar???? :-0

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  21. Fries looks totoaly tempting..

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  22. What a great idea for fries! I do enjoy cassava and I am sure these fries must be tasty.

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  23. Love yuka in any form...

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  24. Looks simple yet tasty snack, beautiful click too...

    http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

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  25. Nice crispy fries...this must have tasted so yum with the mint yogurt chutney :)

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  26. Something new to me.. Looks yummy and crunchy ..

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  27. Something new to me.. Looks yummy and crunchy ..

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  28. Something new to me.. Looks yummy and crunchy ..

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  29. these look yummy...i need t bring yuca one of these days...i miss it now
    Smitha

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  30. What a crispy snack for a pleasant evening! The fries look superb dear.

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  31. Looks so yummy, perfect snack for an evening with a tea.

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  32. i am sure to love this..anytime snack

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  33. Hey all the dishes in ur blog r yummy....i loved the sweets especially ur Ras Malai.. i love it...thanks for sharing...loved ur blog...

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  34. that's a nice delicious snack; looks good with that chutney !!

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  35. I love the thin variety chips of this vegetable.Want to try this too .The fries and the dip are sooo tempting

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  36. Very cool! I have never made anything with cassava/yuca. Very interesting! Thanks!

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