Pan de yuca

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Pan de yuca
Chocolate Especial.jpg
A traditional breakfast in Bogotá and the surrounding region consisting of hot chocolate, cheese, and two kinds of bread: almojábana (on left) and pan de yuca on right
Type Bread
Main ingredients Cassava starch, cheese
Cookbook:Pan de yuca  Pan de yuca

Pan de yuca (Spanish for Cassava bread) is a type of bread made of cassava starch and cheese typical of southern Colombia and the Coast Region of Ecuador.

History[edit]

An 1856 watercolor by Manuel María Paz shows cassava bread being prepared by members of the Saliva people in Casanare Province.[1]

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