Easy Taro Soup Recipe
Delicious, fragrant and glutinous, the soup is very clear and nutritious.
Everything you need to know about taro
Taro has a soft taste, fragrant, waxy and sweet. It can be eaten as a vegetable, as a food to satisfy hunger, and can also be made into various desserts. It is very popular among the public. Taro is high in carbohydrates and rich in B vitamins, protein, vitamin C, carotene, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, saponins and other nutrients.
- chopped green onion
Blanch spare ribs and set aside.
Prepare taro (fried), chopped green onion.
Put the ribs into the rice cooker, add the right amount of water, add a piece of ginger, and cook for an hour.
After the pork ribs have been boiled for an hour, pour the soup out of the corning soup pot.
Put the taro cubes in the soup and continue to boil over medium heat.
Cook for about 5-8 minutes to adjust the salt.
Sprinkle with chopped green onion and it's done.