Taro is a root vegetable that is eaten in many different cultures around the world and has a rich history, with many possible recipes.
The leaves of the taro plant are also used as a vegetable. Taro root is easily digestible and the leaves are a good source of vitamins A and C.
Taro leaves should also be cooked before eating. Taro root is used in curries, prepared in similar ways to potatoes, cooked with lentils, used in baking, and even used in dessert recipes.
Taro chips, also known as vegetable chips, are available in many health food stores. Taro has a mild, nutty flavor.
Style: fresh taro