Wednesday, 20. June 2012 Website Admin

In Cyprus, taro, a tropical plant primarily grown as a root vegetable for its edible starchy corm, is known as Kolokasi. It is usually stewed with celery and meat. 'Baby' taro is called 'poulles' on the island and after being fried is stewed in a sauce of crushed garlic and freshly pressed lemon juice with water. Important: break the Kolokasi peaces off, don’t cut. without breaking off, the vegetable will melt while cooking and has a soapy taste.

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