Lambreado, Payaguá Mascada (Paraguayan)
cassava, beef, garlic, onions, salt, oil, breadcrumbs
Lampreado is a dish typical of the cuisine of Paraguay, that has a high nutritional value. This is a delicious fried cake which base is one of the most characteristic features of the culinary taste of Northeast of Paraguay: cassava. The more traditional ingredients are as follows: cassava/mandioca, boiled and ground beef, garlic, onion, salt, oil and breadcrumbs.
Created Feb. 9, 2018 by: anika854
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