Marinated Taro Root
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"A marinated snack that can be used to replace late-night bad habit cravings! Not your average snack, but one that frequents our home. I love eating these while binge-watching television late at night. It makes me feel less guilty and tastes great! Plus the process it takes to make them, ends up working well with late-night snacking. A slimy but firm flesh with a tart flavor from the marinade. Since it is marinated in yogurt, it is eaten cold. You can cut it into thin slices and remove the flesh or dice it and eat it with red chili powder, chili lime seasoning, or chaat masala."
NotesI recommend over-salting the water and yogurt mixture with this dish.
Cooking MethodPressure Cooker
- 8 small taro roots
- 1 cup yogurt, mixed with enough water to submerge roots (add salt)
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