Recipe of Favorite Taro sweet potato balls

Taro sweet potato balls
Taro sweet potato balls

Hey everyone, it’s me again, Dan, welcome to our recipe page. Today, we’re going to make a distinctive dish, taro sweet potato balls. It is one of my favorites. This time, I’m gonna make it a bit unique. This is gonna smell and look delicious. Immediately transfer steamed yam to a mixing bowl and mash with a hand masher until mashed. As a rule of thumb, taro will need the least, purple sweet potato a bit more and orange sweet potato the most.

Taro sweet potato balls is one of the most popular of current trending foods in the world. It is enjoyed by millions every day. It is simple, it’s quick, it tastes yummy. They are fine and they look wonderful. Taro sweet potato balls is something which I have loved my whole life.

To begin with this particular recipe, we have to first prepare a few components. You can cook taro sweet potato balls using 10 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you can achieve that.

The ingredients needed to make Taro sweet potato balls-
  1. Make ready Taro balls
  2. Prepare 200 g taro
  3. Get 100 g tapioca starch
  4. Get 20 g sugar
  5. Get 50 ml boiling water
  6. Make ready Sweet potato balls
  7. Prepare 200 g sweet potatoes
  8. Get 120 g tapioca starch
  9. Make ready 20 g sugar
  10. Make ready 40 ml boiling water
Steps to make Taro sweet potato balls-
  1. Peel the taro and sweet potatoes. Cut them into pieces and steam them for 25 minutes until it is cooked.
  2. Take the taro out and crush them separately when they are still hot. Set aside the sweet potatoes inside the wok to keep it warm.
  3. Add sugar into the taro and mix well when then are still hot.
  4. Add the tapioca starch and make a well. Pour the boiling water into it. Set aside for 30 second so that part of the starch is gelatinize. Stir well.
  5. Rub it on the table until it become a smooth dough. Add a bit of water or tapioca starch if it is too dry or too wet.
  6. Cut the dough into 1.5cm dice. Put the dice into tapioca starch to make sure that they won't stick with each other.
  7. Repeat step 2 to 6 for the sweet potatoes.
  8. Boil the taro balls for 4 minutes. Serve with ginger sweet soup or whatever you like.

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Vary the amount of tapioca flour for the taro, orange and purple sweet potatoes depending on their starch content. As a rule of thumb, taro will need the least, purple sweet potato a bit more and orange sweet potato the most. Cook the balls, red bean and ginger syrup all at once to save time. Immediately transfer steamed yam to a mixing bowl and mash with a hand masher until mashed. Welcome to the Sugar Crystal Kitchen! It's Jessica and I'm all about taking whisks pun intended. Join me on a sweet journey by hitting SUBSCRIBE to keep up. Toss the balls with sugar once cooked. The remaining heat helps to melt the sugar and from a syrup on the surface. This process can make the taro balls more shinning and appealing and meanwhile keep them separated from each other. Each taro ball is extremely simple to make and is all natural in color. They provide a chewy taste that is lightly sweet and delicious and pairs well with many other ingredients. This is one dessert you will absolutely love to eat. Taro & Purple Sweet Potato Sago Dessert with Glutinous Rice Balls (Tang Yuan) The taro, ube or purple sweet potato flavours desserts are very popular recently. So let's use taro and purple sweet potato to make a smooth and tasty sago soup dessert! Add in cooked sweet potato balls and cooked taro balls. Mixed and knead into a pliable dough. (add hot water accordingly, you may need more, if the dough is dry or less if the dough is wet) Without the sweet potato flour, the balls will be too soft. But again, the moisture level affects the amount of flour used. Taro ball (Chinese- 芋圓; Pe̍h-ōe-jī- ō͘-îⁿ) is a traditional Taiwanese cuisine dessert made of taro. It can be found in almost every part of Taiwan, among which Jiufen's taro ball is said to be the most famous.

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