Sabtu, 19 Januari 2019

Benefits of Cassava Leaves and Processed Recipes



Benefits of Cassava Leaves and Processed Recipes

Benefits of Cassava - Cassava leaves are not only enjoyed in processed vegetables, but also contain higher protein than other plants. Let's get acquainted with the benefits of cassava leaves and the ingredients in them.

You might not imagine it before that cassava leaves contain high protein, including when compared to spinach. Apart from containing protein, cassava leaves include high-fibre foods.

Benefits of Cassava Leaves

Protein in cassava leaves is needed by the body to replace lost protein through hair, skin, and body tissues. While fibre requires to absorb water and facilitate digestion. Below are some of the benefits of cassava leaves based on the protein and fibre content in them:
  • Rich in protein

    The protein content of cassava leaves is believed to be able to help the production of hormones and enzymes needed by the body and to repair and shape body tissues. Eating foods that contain protein can make someone feel full longer. Therefore, cassava leaves are also suitable for those of you who want to lose weight.


  •  Fibre height

    Cassava leaves can be one of your daily menu choices that are losing weight, because of the fibre content they have. Cassava leaves have high fibre content and are expected to provide several benefits, such as losing weight and maintaining digestive health.

Recipes from Cassava Leaves

Benefits of Cassava - To experience the benefits of cassava leaves, you can process them according to taste. One menu that might be your choice is sauteed cassava leaves. To make it, you can listen to the recipe below.

Ingredients:

  • Two garlic cloves, chopped
  • Three cloves of shallots, chopped
  • Ginger to taste
  • Four red chillies, cut to liking Salt and sugar, to taste
  • ½ kg of cassava leaves that have been boiled first then cut into pieces
  • Dry tamban fish or change to taste


How to cook:

  • Saute onion, garlic, ginger and chilli.
  • If it's fragrant, add a little water.
  • Enter the cassava leaves and add more water.
  • Then add the tamban fish or additional ingredients you want.
  • Then add salt and sugar to your taste.
  • When it cooked, the water is sufficiently reduced, remove and serve.
The benefits of cassava leaves for the body are quite a lot, but you are not advised to consume them raw. Because cassava leaves and roots contain cyanide which is harmful to the body, if you feel symptoms of allergies or poisoning after eating cassava leaves, contact your doctor immediately.


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