English Tapioca

Following the poem mentioned by John Potter on his previous comment, which begins with a memory of eating chocolate Tapioca, here it goes the English version of Tapioca that I made a couple of months ago when I was carrying out some experiences in my kitchen.

For those who are not familiar with Tapioca, it has many different versions throughout the Americas, but in Brazil it’s a kind of wrap or pancake made of cassava flour and water. It can be savoury or sweet. For those who are not familiar with cassava, it’s the potato’s poor cousin.

The English version consists of Tapioca stuffed with golden and shiny scrambled eggs in a bed of beans in tomato sauce. Enjoy if you can!

 

English tapioca

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