Cassareep is a traditional South American drink produced from the juice of a shrub. It’s created by squeezing the pulp from the cassava root and cooking it until it thickens into a syrup. This is a dish that the Guyanese Amerindians created. Cassareep is usually prepared with cinnamon and brown sugar, and it’s sometimes seasoned with cayenne pepper. This sweet and sour dish is usually served cold.
In Africa and India, Cassareep is a popular snack, and it has a sweet and spicy flavor and is a popular dish.