Fried Taro Cake with Scrambled Eggs

Hello and welcome back to my cooking blog! Today, I will be cooking well-liked meal that originates from China: fried taro cake with scrambled eggs. My dad used to cook this when I was of a young age, and I thought I should share this wonderful recipe! This combination of taro, eggs, etc. makes a very yummy dish!

Ingredients

  • Raw taro cake (Any size)

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  • Vegetable oil
  • Green onion
  • Eggs (Any quantity)
  • Pepper
  • Soy sauce
  • Garlic
  • Sugar

Directions                                                                                                                                                 First, cut the taro cake into bite-sized cubes. This process cooks the cake evenly inside, and it also makes it easier to fry. Add vegetable oil to your wok. Then, add the taro cake pieces in. Pre-fry them until they turn golden brown. As they are frying, create the sauce you will dip the cubes in. In a separate bowl, add any amount of soy sauce you desire. Next, add any amount of minced garlic. Then add 1-2 teaspoon(s) of sugar. Mix/add more of the ingredients until the finished product tastes right (depends on you). Add a little more vegetable oil to the wok. Crack your eggs and add them in. Scramble them just like you would normally. Chop and add any amount of green onions desired into the wok. Mix until everything is thoroughly cooked, which takes about 10-20 minutes. Serve the taro cake pieces with eggs into bowls by themselves. Add any desired amount of pepper and mix. Serve the sauce in small bowls to dip. 

I really hope you enjoy this dish, as it is one of my all-time favorites. It’ll taste salty, but the sauce will balance it out. The contrasting tastes of both will come out yummy! Thanks for reading; see you next time!

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Thanks for reading!

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