Yuca Con Mojo de Cebolla Verde

by Cristina Curp of The Castaway Kitchen

Growing up, yuca con mojo was a staple at our table. I remember my mother and abuelas crushing the garlic with the wooden mortar and pestle, slicing the onions, and all the aromas of the kitchen. Scallion, or green onion, has its unique flavor and it really shines in this simple mojo rendition. You can jazz it up or leave it simple, either way it’s delicious!

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A bit about Cristina Curp

Cristina Maria Curp is the founder of popular food blog TheCastawayKitchen.com, author of Made Whole and Made Whole Made Simple cookbooks, co-host of Body Wise Podcast, and life long foodie. She grew up in Miami, the daughter of Cuban immigrants, Cristina spent her childhood in the kitchen with her Mami and Abuelas. Food has always been her love language. Later as a restaurant chef, she expanded her culinary prowess to incorporate worldly flavors into her cooking. At thirty years old and suffering daily from pain and inflammation Cristina decided to learn how to cook to heal her body. Now she shares delicious, inventive recipes that are allergen-friendly, anti-inflammatory, and help her and others live pain-free! She splits her time between Alexandria, VA and Tampa, FL with her husband, son, and mini schnauzer. 

Look for more of Cristina Curp below! 

Blog: TheCastawayKitchen.com

Amazon Book Page: https://amzn.to/35vMz0v 

Made Whole: https://amzn.to/2QvQjuA 

Podcast: https://thecastawaykitchen.com/body-wise-podcast/ 

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