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Cassava Pone (The Perfect Trini Dessert)

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Cassava Pone (The Perfect Trini Dessert)

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Made with Frozen Grated Cassava and Coconut making it very easy to replicate wherever you are . No more peeling or grating cassava and coconut. Although not the typical ingredients you will normally use, but you still get that delicious stickiness and gooey texture that cassava pone is so noted for. But with my recipe most of the spices and main ingredient listed below are probably available at your local supermarket.

  • 120 min
  • Serves 30
  • Easy

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Pone is one of the most delicious Trini desserts and great for any occasion.  Sticky and gooey are all of the things you love about cassava pone !  Here is my way of making The Perfect Cassava Pone.


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Steps

1
Done

Bring Both Cassava and Coconut to Room Temperature (make Sure It's Totally Defrosted)

2
Done

Preheat Oven to 325 Degrees. Grease Your Baking Pan and Set Aside.

3
Done

Blend or Mix Together Coconut Milk and Grated Coconut Together, Set Aside.

4
Done

In a Large Bowl Combine All Ingredients in the Order Listed Above and Mix Well.

5
Done

Pour Mixture Into Greased Baking Pan and Place on Center Rack of Oven and Bake Uncovered For One Hour at 325 Degrees Following Another 45 Minutes of Baking at 350 Degrees

6
Done

the Finished Product Should Be Firm and not Wobbly or Shaking.

7
Done

If the Top Is not Brown Enough For You , Bake For 10-15 Minutes More, at 375 Degrees.

8
Done

Enjoy (tip: My Secret Ingredient Is Cardamon) - Also, you can use fresh cassava and also fresh coconut in this recipe with great results as well.
My pone actually took 2 hours of baking, but all ovens heat differently,so don't worry if yours'takes less time or even longer.
You can also add less coconut milk or use evaporated milk and regular butter or margarine if you're not up to using vegan butter.

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Jordane Butler

Meat maestro known for his perfectly cooked and seasoned dishes. Specializing in Trini and West Indian cuisine. Caters in lower Manhattan.

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