6 Ways to Use Cassava Flour
Made from ground cassava or yucca root, cassava flour stands out from other alternative flours because it's gluten free and nut free. Its neutral flavor lends itself to breads and sweets alike, and it won't overpower your other ingredients. These cassava flour recipes will help you learn how to use it so you can get creative with it on your own.
Grilled Cassava Flour Pizza Crust
Upgrade your gluten-free pizza dough by making it from scratch *and* grilling it for the most perfect pie ever. This cassava flour pizza crust tastes delicious with all the traditional toppings, or you can go rogue and pile on guacamole, tomatoes, and bacon, like home cook Back Porch Paleo did.
Cassava Flour Chocolate Mayonnaise Cake
If you're missing rich, moist cakes because of food allergens, our Cassava Flour Chocolate Mayonnaise Cake will deliver. "Best cake I've made and eaten in over seven years," home cook Claire Dillenburg says.
Cassava Flour Tortillas
"Soft and pliable, these easy-to-make cassava flour tortillas taste similar to a whole wheat tortilla but are naturally gluten free," Allrecipes Allstar Buckwheat Queen says. "Use them for your sloppiest filling, and you'll be surprised how well they hold up and how delicious they taste!"
Potato-Free Paleo Gnocchi
This potato-free take on gnocchi uses kabocha squash instead, bringing it a sweetness that's not typical of the pasta but crave-worthy nonetheless. Top it off with a sauce made of coconut milk, sage, balsamic vinegar, and saffron.