Pan de yuca

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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: Pandeyuca  Media: Pandeyuca

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.


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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