Did you know that cassava can be prepared in many ways? It is a very versatile food that can be eaten in cassava, in soups, in salads, in stews, sancochada, arepas or fried. Today we invite you to make some yucca buns stuffed with cheese, another recipe typical of Dominican cuisine. You have to try them because they look delicious!
These buns are perfect if you are looking for snacks to offer at any home celebration. You can combine them with baked chicken croquettes and season them with an easy barbecue sauce or also with an Italian tomato sauce. They will be the success of your party, you will see! Follow the step by step of Unareceta.com and cook together these cassava buns stuffed with cheese. Let’s go there!
- 900 gr. Peeled and sliced cassava
- 1/2 cup butter
- 1 egg
- 1/2 cup milk
- 1/2 cup flour
- 500 gr. Of cheddar cheese
- Salt to taste
- Vegetable oil
Preparation of cassava buns stuffed with cheese
- To start preparing these cassava buns, first peel and wash well. Put water in a pot to cover with a tablespoon of salt and when it boils, incorporate cassava.
- Let the yucca cook until it softens, but try not to be too much so that the dough does not stick to you then sticky.
- While the cassava is cooking grate the cheese and reserve.
- Remove the vein from the middle of the cassava and mash with a snack or a food processor. When you obtain a homogeneous mass, pass it to a container.
- Then add the milk and butter to room temperature and mix with the hands. Add the cheese and salt if necessary.
- Beat the egg in a bowl and spread the flour on a plate. Take two tablespoons of the mixture and weapon balls the size of a ping-pong ball.
- Then pass them for the beaten egg and finally for the flour. Repeat the process until all dough is finished and place on a tray.
- Take the tray to the refrigerator uncovered for an hour. Heat the vegetable oil in a frying pan and fry until golden brown on both sides. Drain on absorbent paper when removed from the fire.
- We hope you enjoy these rich yucca buns stuffed with cheese. Bon Appetite!