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Cheesy Cassava Balls

IJsselstein, Friday, 27 December 2002


(4 to 6 servings)

2 cupsgrated cassave
1/2 cupubi powder
1/2 cupdiced cheddar cheese
1 cupcoconut cream
2 cupswater
1 cancondensed milk
1 canwhole corn (mais) kernels
2slightly beaten egg yolks


1. Mix the cassava and ubi powder, and shape it into 1/2 inch (1-1/4 cm) balls. Put a piece of cheese inside each ball.
2. Drop the balls in boiling coconut milk.
3. Wait until the cassava balls start to float, and then turn of the heat. Mix the condensed milk, corn and egg yolks.
4. Serve warm.



What readers think...

Aileen wrote:
Wednesday, 16 July 2008 13:41:32 PHT
How will this look like? Masarap kaya?
kat wrote:
Wednesday, 9 November 2005 13:34:14 PHT
u have water as 1 of the ingredients.will it be mixed wid grated cassava and ubi powder?tnx
Maricel wrote:
Thursday, 27 October 2005 16:47:45 PHT
I have tried the adobong baka its really delicious and its just the way that I want it to be. Anyway, if its possible to asked any reciepe of Cassava summan and Leche plan cake. Thanks and more power to Rodelyn receipe
Mei Ling wrote:
Friday, 4 March 2005 02:31:19 PHT
Very nice and tasty....can you also give the recipe how to cook cassave cake please my daughter loves it very much.thank you for your website rodelyn....hope to meet you someday. with thanks:MLing

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