College football, NFL, Formula 1, soccer, this is the time of the year when we pull out our chair in from of the t.v. with friends and family to enjoy all the sports.
And we have so many recipes for you today to make and be part of this great season.
I made for you something very traditional and delicious, Fried Yuca, this is a root vegetable very starchy like a potato, and we made a lot of different recipes with this versatile vegetable.
I really encourage you to try it, you will be amaze how different and delicious it is.
- 2 bags of Frozen Yuca (I recommend the one from Goya Foods)
- 2 teaspoons of salt
- 2 teaspoons of lemon
- oil for frying
- 3/4 c Ketchup
- 2/3 c Mayonaisse
- 1 teaspoon dijon mustard
- 2 teaspoon sweet relish
- In a pot with boiling water add the salt, lemon and yuca, cook for 30 minutes.
- Once cook use a colander to strain the water and let it cool completely.
- In the mind time you can make the pink sauce, just mix all the ingredients together until well combine, refrigerate.
- In a cast iron skillet or frying pan heat the oil and add the yuca, taste the oil by adding a little piece of the yuca if sizzle is ready, fry for 5 minutes each side of until brown, crispy and yummy.
This recipe makes about 30 pieces of fried yuca.
|Preparation time:||20 minutes|
|Cooking time:||40 minutes total|
|Level of the recipe:||Easy|
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I have never eaten yucca before but it looks delicious
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I’ve never eaten yucca before! It looks just like home fries!
Oh yum, I love fried yucca, but have only had it at restaurants – never at home. Not sure I’d be able to find frozen yucca around here, but now I want to hunt it down!
I never had yuca, but I think I would like it. Is it like a sweet potato? Chips are always good anyway!
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I was never a yucca fan, maybe your recipe will change that!
I have never had yucca, but I have seen it in a few dishes lately. I am very intrigued!
Never had yucca but I see it in the syore all the time!
I’ve never had yucca…ever but now I’m intrigued. It looks potato like and who doesn’t like fried veggies?
I’ve never had yucca before, but I’ve seen it at the store. I may just have to pick one up and try this!
I’ve had yucca chips before and really liked them. I love the idea of these with that yummy pink sauce!
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I haven’t had yucca in quite awhile. I hope we have in the freezer aisle here! This would be perfect for movie night too!
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I also have not had yucca before and these look fantastic. Thank you for sharing! Bea @ The Not So Cheesy Kitchen
I love yucca! Great recipe, Kathya!
Never had yucca before but you made me want to try it!
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Yucca is one of those things I like to eat and always forget about cooking it. I really need to do this instead of potatoes next time.
Fried yucca is delicious and a great sauce to go with!
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Yuca chips are one of my favorites! Whenever I do find them, they’re in a mixed bag, and I end up plucking them all out first! Never thought to just make them myself!
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We love fried yucca but I have never tried making it at home. This recipe doesn’t sound intimidating and I cannot wait to try it!
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Look fabulous! Love the pink sauce!
oooh… think I would like fried anything with this yummy pink sauce!
I never had yucca before! I didn’t even know you could eat it! What a great idea! I have to try it!
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I love yucca. I had no idea they sold it frozen. How great is that?!
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A crisp yucca dipped into pink sauce looks like the perfect snack for football and racing fans sitting in a parking lot or around the TV. Your pink sauce reminds me of the condiments combo which landed on my hamburgers =) Pink sauce is a great title.
I spent some time as a child in Peru where fried yucca featured as a side in many meals, so I love it dearly. We can’t get the frozen Goya ones where I live (or have lived) so occasionally, I have to do it the hard way from fresh. But it’s so worth it! Thanks for sharing this recipe, Kathia. It brings back lots of good memories for me.