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Cassava Polvoron

Cassava Polvoron 2

Cassava (kamoteng-kahoy in Tagalog) is the third largest source of carbohydrates in the world. Among crop plants, the cassava plant provides the highest yield of food energy. Cassava root is very rich in starch and contains significant amounts of calcium, dietary fiber, iron, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, vitamin B6 and vitamin C. How to Make Cassava Polvoron Ingredients: 1 cup cassava flour 1/4 cup powdered milk 1/3 cup sugar 5 tbsp melted butter Procedure: Toast cassava flour to light brown. Mix sugar and powdered milk. Melt butter and add to the mixture. Mix thoroughly and mold in polvoron molder. Wrap individually in cellophane and serve. Source: Department of Agriculture - Agriculture and Fisheries Information Service (AFIS), Agri-Pinoy Corn Program and the Philippine Root Crop Research and Training Center (PhilRootCrops). For more information, Contact: Agri-Pinoy Corn Program Department of Agriculture Diliman, Quezon City Telefax No. (02) 926-5691 Telephone No. (02)928-8741 local 2405 Philippine Root Crop Research and Training Center Visayas State University, Visca, Baybay City Telefax No. (053) 335-2626 Telephone No. (053) 563-7229


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