Servings: 8 to 10
Yuca, like potatoes in other cultures, is almost always part of a celebratory Cuban meal. It’s usually prepared simply, as in this recipe: boiled and topped with a red-onion mojo. Frozen yuca is much easier to work with than fresh—no peeling!—and it tastes just as good. Look for it in the frozen food section of your supermarket near the Latin American products or at any Latin market.
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