When dried to a powdery extract, cassava is known as tapioca. While cassava cakes are an authentic Indonesian dessert, the ingredient itself has the potential to be included in more trendy dishes keeping current with the times. Here’s a chance to update your restaurant menu by introducing a familiar ingredient in an entirely new way, inspired by cuisines from around the world.
Delight chocolate lovers with cassava brownies. The preparation is simple enough – just add boiled mashed cassava into your brownie dough. Finish with a sprinkle of grated cheese or almonds to increase depth of flavour and texture. The cassava brownie will surprise sweet-toothed customers and keep them coming back for more.
While Dutch dishes popularly feature macaroni or potatoes as basic ingredients, a basic schotel can certainly be put together with cassava. Simply add freshly cleaned and shredded cassava to the usual schotel dough – made from egg, milk, tomato sauce, sausage, and spices – and finish with a sprinkling of grated cheese to make it more savory.
Salted egg cassava chips
Make cassava chips great again when you combine them with the currently trending flavour of salted eggs. This crunchy and savoury cassava snack is set to become one of the most popular items on your restaurant menu.
Donuts are generally made of wheat flour and sometimes feature a starchy mixture of potatoes. Innovate this classic snack by time incorporating boiled cassava into the dough during your preparation. For tea and coffee-loving customers, cassava donuts are a great side dish.
Who would have thought this world-famous Italian dish could be modified with cassava? The trick is to steam grated cassava, and use it as the pizza dough. Add the usual pizza toppings such as tomato sauce, ground beef, sausage, peppers, and cheese. Bake until cooked, and your cassava pizza is ready tantalise tastebuds.