Tui Waro Mogo (yuca Root/ Cassava)
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Tui waro mogo (yuca root/ cassava) is a delicious vegetable recipe with yuca rots or cassava. Popular in African countries, the cassava roots are cut, boiled and then cooked in a delectable coconut milk based curry.
- Peel and cut the yuca root into 3" pieces. remove the thread from the center.
- Boil them in a pressure cooker(wait for 3 whistles) or boil them in boiling salted water till soft. once done, drain and keep aside covered (or else they will dry out).
- Make tui (milk) from one big coconut. for that, grate the coconut. warm some water to lukewarm temperature and pour it over the grated coconut. blend 1/2 quantites in a blender and strain it through a strainer. if using maggie's coconut powder for cream, warm 5 cups of water and mix it with the powder. do not keep it too thick or thin.
- Take a deep pan. warm on the fire and add the coconut milk. mix in the yuca roots, capsicum, salt and the chopped ginger-chilis.
- Reduce the heat to less than medium and keep stirring regularly till it comes to a boil. if not stirred than the cocnut milk will separate. once boiling, reduce flame and addthe ground peanuts.
- Serve hot with farali chevdo or fried peanuts.
This recipe was contributed by bhairu on 27 Oct 2001
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