Taro and sweet potato congee (dessert). Each taro and sweet potato ball is wonderfully chewy and made with all natural ingredients. The only other thing that will take your dessert soup to a whole new level is to have it with a soothing ginger syrup! Sweet Potato Congee is a Hokkien staple consisting of plain rice porridge and tender sweet potatoes.
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Ingredients of Taro and sweet potato congee (dessert)
- You need 1/2 of large taro diced into big chunks and steam for 10 minute.
- It’s of Fresh coconut milk of 1 coconut (milk it to app. 1.5 litre).
- Prepare of Panda leaves for fragrant.
- It’s 1 of cob of corn dettach from cob.
- It’s of Tapioka pearls (cooked).
- Prepare of Purple sweet potato diced.
- It’s of Sweet potato (yellow) diced.
- It’s of Castor sugar enough for sweetness.
Purple sweet potatoes give these dessert bars both a beautiful, vibrant color and a boost of healthy nutrients. Taro (Purple Yams) are the most popluar Deep Fried Purple Sweet Potato Balls. Try butter-roasted sweet potatoes; sweet potato salad; twice-baked sweet potatoes or simply dice and roast in the oven for an easy side dish. Taro can irritate your skin so wear gloves if you are sensitive, or just wash your hands after cutting it.
Taro and sweet potato congee (dessert) instructions
- Bring your pandan and coconut milk to boil on a low heat, (keep stirring to avoid your coconut milk fat from separate from the liquid). Add the purple sweet potato and yellow potato cook until soft. Keep stirring..
- Add the taro chunks, corn and sugar (taste it look for sweet creamy taste) and tapioka pearls cook until soft congee consistency. Put the heat off when it's done..
- Serve while it's hot or put ice cubes before you serve (i like mine in the fridge before i eat them)..
- Tips : you can subtitute your tapioka pearls with chia pudding. Just add it on the final step after the heat is off, stir to combine..
Taro is slightly sweet and once cooked has a pasty. This dessert is a sweet concoction with various types of sweet potatoes (the Kiwis call it Kumara), yam or taro, sago (Tapioca peals) and coconut milk (santan). Do try to use different types of sweet potatoes, to make the dessert more colourful. For healthy version you can change the coconut milk. Taro ball (Chinese: 芋圓; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: ō͘-îⁿ) is a traditional Taiwanese cuisine dessert made of taro.