Video showing how to make a egg ball from Guyana. In this dish we wrap the egg in a potato, cassava mixture and fry it till it is golden brown. Interest and delicious. Enjoy!
I enjoyed ur blog
Great recipe! Can’t wait to try it.
im Trini my GF is from Guyana I will show her how I can cook her hometown
food hahahahaha tks for the share
Thoroughly enjoyed watching this video! I will be making eggballs this
weekend. Thanks for making this video.
Thanks you taught me something that I did not know , thanks again
bom bam bam lol wat a song
When it comes to cassava balls, meat balls, channa, egg balls, fish cakes,
plantain chips ya gotta have the mango or tamarind sour/sauce. But the
Mango tamarind combo with wiri wiri pepper is the boss. Good vid baby. Love
a woman that can handle herself in the kitchen.
i enjoy watching food network, and this was pretty good
Since asking this question, I made the egg balls with the potatoes, and
they fell apart. There are cassavas here in Barbados but I had potatoes at
home, was anxious to make the egg balls and couldn’t wait until I bought
andis, oh gosh, when last i had this, prob at some weddding. i cravin this
I’ve heard of this but never had it…its probably a Georgetown thing. I
know potato ball which is made similar, without the egg. They’re probably
variations on the same thing.
@GTVEVEMAN lol indeed
I Had A Friend Made this for me in Guyana But You Can Also Buy Them Here In
dam i got to try this for my bajan husband ty anndis
is fried rice good with this dish?
Wow u made it look so easy to make. I have to try making this now. Thanks
for making the video.
wow looks great i want some too
i make your cook up rice and it was delicious. i cant get it out my head
that i know you from some where..
Dam Anndis you can cook, good looking out for sharing this video with me
Oh man THANK YOU SO MUCH! I’m a trini, but I have a Guyanese Aunty who
makes this and I never get a chance to ask her how to make it since we live
in different countries! I LOOOOVEEEE eggballs – thank you verrrry much for
this recipe! I was searching google like MAD! lol
@brownsugar3354 Thanks So Much For Stopping By.
wow ur so young and so talented. good look tho
I love you right now. You just save me I’m going to make it now. . Thank
you thank you!
Thanks for the tips!
@AnndisKitchen I made it for him! he loved it! thank you <3
Do you have the recipe instead of video?
lol am i mean is up to the person to eat what they want, know what i mean.
looks good mmmmm
Hi im also guyaneese. wanted to let you know that you did a veryy good job
making this video. im actually makin this for my boyfriend for his
birthday. he lovesss potato ball =) so thankss. keep doin ur thing girl!
Hmm…I tried making this once and the entire potato ball started to break
up…sigh! better the next time 🙁
Dis Guyanese gyal is so beutiful and also is a good cook , BIG UP and
Can i use potatoes alone with no casavas?
Andis your the best thanks! 🙂
Who does eat eggball wit fark an knife gyal?
You married already girl? Let me know… i looking for a wife like you …
keep up the good work,.. look good! yummy
since, my nanee die ,them young gal them cant make dem thing this. My wife
is a trini and she cannot make good guyananes food like this. Much respect
thanks for post ,going to make some right now. can u show us how to make
couldnt be better
woiiii, Guyanese eggball..you did a great joke baba. Gt to the bone.
@MrRickyLewis thanks a lot for that i try my best, to be the best.
I love egg ball. Was born in Guyana but moved to Barbados from 2yrs old so
i dont get them here at all. I’ve never made it, but i will use your
recipe. I want to make it with mango sour instead though, since mangoes are
in season.. thanks alot. 🙂
Do you have the recipe instead of video? Or along with the video to prepare
ahead of time.
this is my video how it got here? hahaha GIVE CREDIT
Girl thank u …. i have to make some eggballs soon . My mouth watered watching u dig into the lovely eggball..
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