Pounding taro root and making poi! Hawai'i's starch staple is taro, an underground root culturally linked to the birth of the Hawaiian people. Steamed, then pounded into a smooth paste called poi, taro provided sustenance to the native Hawaiian population for centuries.
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Ingredients: 1 big taro root Bread crumbs 100g corn starch Seasonings: 200g sugar 1 tablespoon vegetable oil Direction: 1. Cut the taro root into thin slices, steam until cooked, and then mash into paste. 2. Add oil, corn starch, and sugar into the paste. Mix well, and then shape into balls. 3. Coat the balls with bread crumbs, and deep fry until golden brown.