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Yuca Con Mojo + Fried Yuca Patties

Yuca Con Mojo + Fried Yuca Patties

Have you ever cooked with the tropical starchy root yuca? Depending on the country you're in, it's also called cassava, tapioca, and manioc (among others). It is a staple starch in many parts of the world. It's delicious, low FODMAP, and makes an excellent nightshade-free potato substitute! This recipe for Yuca con Mojo is a tangy traditional Cuban preparation of this delightful root. It tastes good at restaurants but it tastes GREAT when you make it from scratch at home! 

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Zesty Red Cabbage Coleslaw with Mojo Criollo Dressing

Zesty Red Cabbage Coleslaw with Mojo Criollo Dressing

My recipe for zesty red cabbage coleslaw with mojo criollo dressing is perfect for those who don't eat mayonnaise-based slaw because they are on an egg-free diet or just simply don't like the taste of mayonnaise. It packs a lot of flavor with just a few simple ingredients and makes a great picnic or cookout side dish. 

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Cuban Mojo Criollo Marinade and Dressing

Cuban Mojo Criollo Marinade and Dressing

Mojo Criollo is a traditional Cuban sauce made with sour orange juice and garlic. It's a versatile marinade for meats and veggies and also works well as a raw dressing for slaw. It is easy to whip up a big batch and freeze in portions, too!

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I expect you, the reader, are making any recipe on this website or in my books at your own risk. I, Amanda Torres and/or The Curious Coconut, am not liable or responsible for adverse reactions to food consumed such as food poisoning and any kind of food-borne disease, misinterpreted recipes, domestic accidents, including but not limited to fires, cuts, bodily injuries, and messes in the kitchen. The recipes presented are intended for use by persons having appropriate technical skill, at their own discretion and risk.
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