It is also commonly found in the dry climate, primarily of New Mexico. Despite its similar name to Yucca, YMCA is a tuber native to Latin America and the Caribbean.
These are the components to help maintain bone density and fortifying the teeth. The manganese found in YMCA is needed to fortify and help build connective tissues around the bones and teeth.
In addition to restricting the bones and teeth density, it is also good to help ease inflammation and musculoskeletal health. I love using my air fryer when it comes to making my favorite crispy and healthy fried foods.
Cut the cassava into even size baton then boil for 5 minutes. Put the YMCA into a dry bowl, add oil, salt, and remaining seasonings (see below in the recipe card).
Don’t overcrowd the fryer as you want the fries to have room to cook evenly. Be mindful cooking time will depend and vary on the thickness of your fries.
You can still enjoy carries by either baking them at 450 degrees for about 15 minutes or deep-frying them. Simply peel the cassava, cut them into your desired size, boil, season, then bake or deep until golden brown.
Air fryer cassava fries are best eaten fresh. If you have leftovers (can’t imagine that you would), place them back in the air fryer for just a few minutes to crisp them up again when you’re ready to serve them.
The cassava fries are made with no animal products which makes them a great option for vegans. YMCA contains large amount antioxidants, minerals and vitamins.
The flavors of the fresh herbs and spices are what make the dish taste so amazing! We’d especially would love to know if you tried this recipe, tag us on Instagram or Facebook, so we can see your beautiful dish.
Next, drain the YMCA batons from the water bowl, and boil for 5 minutes. Transfer the YMCA into a dry bowl, add oil, salt and pepper, and the remaining seasonings.
Preheat the air fryer (if necessary) and “fry” the YMCA for no more than 15 minutes on 380°. Don’t overcrowd the fryer as you want the fries to have room to cook evenly.
I’m not a Fast Food Junkie and I don’t often opt for what is the easiest and quickest way to cook a meal. On days when I don’t feel like cooking and do need dinner from a quick Fast Food place, I do try to make it one that at least uses real ingredients.
Poll Tropical in Florida grills their chicken and uses wholesome ingredients. Before leaving Florida and coming back to LA, we stopped there just to buy an order of Fried YMCA and load up on their creamy curry mustard sauce.
Hairdryer Yucca Fries with Creamy Curry Mustard Sauce If you do not have a Pressure Cooker, and why don’t you, you can boil the YMCA on the Stove.
Recipe and method are the same for frozen YMCA and works the same way as fresh. Plus, that is a good size for the Air Fryer YMCA Fries.
Pro Tip: Please make sure to be careful when removing the skin of the YMCA. YMCA has lineman which when eaten raw converts to cyanide in the stomach.
If you want to use a Potato Peeler, make sure you have a very strong one that won’t break. If using a pressure cooker, place the pieces of YMCA into a Strainer Basket.
If using a Stove Top, boil some water, add the YMCA and cook it until almost fork tender, about 15 minutes. Make sure you mix up some Creamy Curry Mustard Sauce and then set it aside, so that the flavors can get nicely married and become as one.
The ingredients need time to merge and marry for optimal flavor. If you want a crispier fry, just cook a bit longer than the time indicated on the recipe card below.
These Hairdryer Yucca Fries with Creamy Curry Mustard Sauce just may become your go-to snack! If you share a picture of something you make from our blog, tag it with #thisoldgalcooks, so we can see it.
Use a very sharp knife and with the piece of YMCA standing on the flat side, cut the skin off from top to bottom. When beep sounds, wait 10 minutes and then release the rest of the pressure.
While YMCA is cooking, prepare Creamy Curry Mustard Sauce and set aside. Remove basket with YMCA from pressure cooker and drain out water.
Place YMCA in mixing bowl and coat with oil and salt. Cook at 380 degrees for 12-15 minutes, flipping YMCA fries halfway through.
Check and cook until YMCA fries are golden brown, a bit crispy and soft on the inside. YMCA has lineman which when eaten raw converts to cyanide in the stomach.
Unauthorized use of this material, including, screenshots, copy/paste of full recipes to any social media site, website, copying into the copymethat app, cookbook, without written permission from Jill Miklowitz is strictly prohibited and in violation of our copyright protection. Cassava also known as tapioca or YMCA is a root that is starchy.
One can make tasty crispy cassava chips which are also low calorie using Air fryer. This is a really tasty and healthy 4 pm snack.
Serve it with ketchup or a dip or just have it plain with your evening tea. These air fryer cassava chips will be an instant favorite at your home.
Now air fry tapioca slices at 360 F or 180 C for 8 minutes or till cooked. Enjoy these tasty crispy guilt free in the evening.
Racing ParmarThis is a tasty and easy recipe of Air fryer cassava or YMCA chips. People 2 cups cassava thinly sliced 2 tsp.
Now air fry tapioca slices at 180 C or 360 F for 8 minutes or till cooked. Enjoy these tasty crispy guilt free in the evening.
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