Posted by on Sep 20, 2020 in Desserts | 20 comments

How to make Aipim Frito – Cassava Chips Recipe

How to make Aipim Frito – Cassava Chips Recipe

Tastier than potato chips, deep-fried cassava chips are a simple but delicious Brazilian specialty. Very crispy and crunchy on the outside but fluffy and creamy on the inside. Have it with a cracking cold glass of beer or a good caipirinha.

By http://www.cucabrazuca.com/ – Classic Brazilian food and drinks

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How to make Aipim Frito - Cassava Chips Recipe

Tastier than potato chips, deep-fried cassava chips are a simple but delicious Brazilian specialty. Very crispy and crunchy on the outside but fluffy and creamy on the inside. Have it with a cracking cold glass of beer or a good caipirinha.

By http://www.cucabrazuca.com/ - Classic Brazilian food and drinks

20 Responses to “How to make Aipim Frito – Cassava Chips Recipe”

  1. Tomoyo Daidojie says:

    I’ll try it……very cheap the kilo of cassava here in country

  2. Debora Koso says:

    Obrigado vendo Cassaba in japan e vai me ajudar vai me ajudar bastante pois
    não tem em inglês receitas

  3. prophecyjoris says:

    Loved it!

  4. Alpan Bali says:
  5. Luma Catalani says:

    ele faz pros gringos!

  6. Hij ra says:

    in sri lanka the cassava is boiled in salt water without the skin then
    eaten, its wonderful 🙂 i dont reccomend using the cassava for baking :S

  7. nando cuca says:

    Yes. Cloves it is. (Thanks Mônica)

  8. monicapaulista says:

    cloves

  9. monicapaulista says:

    Porque tudo em Inglés?

  10. shree says:

    Looks great! Those cloves are so nice!

  11. voon100 says:

    It’s plentiful and yet it’s so bloody epxensive inthe UK.

  12. Soh Poh Huat says:

    @nandocuca Thank you for your reply, that shop I visited just now does not
    sell cassava (tapioca) lol.., the name of the shop is call SHOP N SAVE. Lol
    !

  13. nando cuca says:

    The powder is a mixture of Cinnamon and Sugar. The black things I poke into
    the onion are cloves. It’s not 100% necessary but it does make it tastier.

  14. Soh Poh Huat says:

    Hi, to make it more tasty beside salt, sugar and what is the power call?
    Also what is the black thing you poke onto the onion ? Can somebody tell
    me? I going to get it to try ASAP

  15. CuteAndStylish92 says:

    Nice!

  16. JediAn says:

    In Kenya, we deep fry cassava and sprinkle chili with salt and drizzle with
    lemon juice..oh so good! I will try this method..

  17. nando cuca says:

    @CencalArea Cassava most probably entered Brazil from Central America,
    where a similar species was already being cultivated by the Mayans for
    centuries. It will have made its way to the Amazon and spread down Brazil
    by the indians. It was only later that it was taken by Portuguese sailors
    to their colonies around the globe – including Africa and South Asia. Many
    of the African recipes which required yams or bread-fruit were adapted to
    use cassava. I hope that helped.

  18. Eddie Hoos says:

    They turned out pretty well but my friend in Brazil told me mine were old
    because they took forever to boil until tender. Problem with where I live,
    I guess.

  19. nando cuca says:

    @Ginobambino100 Thanks Gino. Cassava chips are really so nice and crunchy
    outside and silky inside.

  20. nando cuca says:

    @JediAnneable That sounds really nice. I must try that. Brazilians in
    general are chilli wimps. Some Brazilians think they enjoy hot food but I
    have never had anything as hot as a Vindaloo or some of the Malaysian
    dishes I have had in the UK.