This was one of my favorite snacks growing up that my grandparents would make.
We knew it as “mogo” the Swahili word for cassava.
My dad’s side of the family lived in Mombasa, Kenya where this dish originated from, and brought it back to England, where we would snack on it frequently.
It’s a healthier alternative to the potato and has such a great texture of soft and fluffy on the inside and crunchy on the outside.
Seasoned with salt, chili powder and lime, it packs a punch of flavor and you can feel good about eating it!