Unlike other meatballs that use flour, the meatballs fried with taro shavings are more fluffy and delicious. Mom's recipes are shared.
The white radish is washed and rubbed, and the radish is used to boil the radish. Boil the water and open it into the radish. The bitter radish can be a little longer.
Put the taro in the refrigerator to cool it (so it is easier to peel), then peel off the epidermis and pour it into dandruff. If you have time, you can dry the dandruff.
The radish is dehydrated (depending on the degree of dryness and wetness of the taro). Pour the chopped onion ginger. Add allspice and salt. Add another egg. Stir well.
Pour the dandruff and mix well.
Pinch into a moderately sized meatball.
The pot is fried to golden. However, because it is home, the oil used here is less, similar to the between fried and fried, so the fried skin is not golden.