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Chewy Manioc Cheese Puffs

February/March 2006

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These Parmesan-flavored puffs have an elastic consistency somewhat like mochi, the Japanese dough made from pounded glutinous rice. It's hard to stop eating them, especially when they're warm.



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"I love these things. I've brought them to potlucks over the years and they are always popular. They are fun to eat, the consistency is dry and crewy. The recipe as is doesn't make many so plan on doubling the recipe if you'd like to...
Chewy Manioc Cheese Puffs Recipe

1 Review for Chewy Manioc Cheese Puffs

01/30/2010
Anonymous

I love these things. I've brought them to potlucks over the years and they are always popular. They are fun to eat, the consistency is dry and crewy. The recipe as is doesn't make many so plan on doubling the recipe if you'd like to share with more than 2 people. Asiago or Pecorino cheese works as well.

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