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We call this in Puerto Rico malanga we boil with salt and saute onion with a little salt and put them on top of the malanga and some people fried an egg not me I'm a vegan 😊
Wow that was awesome, I did it with another kind of "yam" because there is no taro here in my country,
Nếu làm ra bánh bị nhão nghĩa là ít bột phải ko bạn?
Hì Helen, tôi làm bánh khoai môn o dược khá mấy vì sau khi hấp thì khoai môn o được mềm và bở, hình như bị sượng, can YouTube Geller me why? Thanks Helen
công thức và cách làm giống cô Minh trong Vui sống mỗi ngày
more vegan recipes please!
It's so beautiful, Helen! I love the color and the little ribbons of taro throughout. The cutting with a plastic bag idea is short of genius! I always love how clever people can be.
So pretty is right! Great knife technique
Thanks for the recipe, link to the vegetable peeler ?
can you write down English recipe here
great tip for cutting!! thanks!
pretty toro cake , looks yum. thanks friend. ' a piece of art!'
Hi C Helen, 150g bot gao va 50g bot nang la bao nhieu cups vay chi?
I will make it this weekend
nhìn thumb nail giống như giò thủ
gonna try this!
Hi , Helen! I really like your recipes, but i have problems with making Vietnamese food at home – it's almost impossible to find ingredients in Russia. For example, we do not have taro in St.Petersburg (( Is it possible to make this cake with something else?
will make it this week!!!
the bag trick is cool. Gonna give this receipe a try. 👍
can i use corn starch instead of tapioca starch
I would definitely try this