Top Rated Taro Recipes

These traditional Hawaiian “cakes” are enriched with ahi tuna, adding an unusual, flavorful twist.
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Check out this refreshing recipe that was served at Elton John AIDS Foundation’s Academy Awards Viewing Party.  This delicious dish provides your guests with tangy, sweet tapas  that are perfect for party munching.
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Soba Noodles in Mushroom Broth with Taro and Kabocha Squash
I couldn't wait to dive into this big bowl of nourishment. Japanese soba noodles swim in a savory mushroom broth dense with taro root, daikon, carrot, and kabocha squash. A Japanese market is where you will find: Naga negi, which looks like an oversize green onion (you can substitute a leek); bunashimeji mushrooms are petite, brown button-topped mushrooms sold in clusters (enoki mushrooms can be used in their place); look for precooked soba noodles, in either the frozen foods section or the refrigerator case; you'll find shichimi togarashi, a Japanese spice blend, in the spice aisle. See all soup recipes. Click here to see Root Vegetables Don't Have to Be Boring.
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Taro recipe. Ready In: 40 min. Makes 4 servings 8 per serving Ingredients: taro leaves, chard stems, garlic cloves, oyster sauce
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Missy Wombat
Taro root is a starchy tuber vegetable. It has a hairy outer coating on its surface that is similar to the coating on a coconut. Because of this, when preparing to use a taro root, the root's outer skin must first be removed. This procedure is easy to do. However, some individual's can acquire a skin irritation towards the juices that are secreted by the taro root as its skin is being removed. Therefore, to be on the safe side, when peeling a taro root's skin, use protective rubber gloves. Additionally, because taro root can be toxic in its raw state, always cook it before using.
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Pikake21
I love taro, and quite frankly anything with taro in it! I have posted this recipe here for safe keeping and will be trying it out soon!
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Pikake21
My favorite bread! I found this recipe on AlohaWorld, and would use similar measurements to make a whole loaf.
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Shirl (J) 831
A flaky biscuit like pastry.
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mianbao
I adopted this recipe from the Recipezaar account. I have not yet tried it out. If you do before me, please leave comments as to how it was.
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Pikake21
Another taro recipe that I have not tried. Adapted from an old leaflet on taro.
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kiwidutch
A pastry dough that is stuffed with real taro root.
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Sunset NOVEMBER 1998
Notes: Don't eat, or even peel, taro raw. It contains crystals of calcium oxalate, an irritant deactivated by heat. Blanch in boiling water before peeling, then cook.
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