From the mother's practice, it is very delicious! And it's super simple! The advantage over anti-sand is: it is not easy to get angry, it is delicious when it is cool. So a certain person loves it more than anti-sand! Hehe~~~
The taro is peeled and washed, and cut into pieces of about 1 cm thick. Pour into the electric pressure cooker.
Pour two spoons of oil, one bowl of brown sugar (about 4 two), half a bowl of water, shake it a little.
Tighten the lid and press the “ribs” button. However, I like to have a chopped green onion oil when it is eaten, which is more fragrant, so the following is the practice of chopped green onion oil.
Pour 3 tablespoons of oil into the pan and fry the chopped green onion with a small fire. When you see the beginning of the coke, you can turn off the fire. The remaining temperature will slowly make it fully zoom. It’s a focus, not a paste, so it’s sweet and not bitter.
This is probably the way it is! Every time I smell this scent, I want to make a sweet noodles. *^_^*
When the brown sugar taro is cooked, pour the chopped green onion into the pan, or in a bowl, topped with a spoonful. I like to pour a lot, that is incense!
1. When there was no electric pressure cooker before, it was made with a rice cooker. The practice is basically the same, that is, the water is slightly more. Because the rice cooker will vent, so the water is easy to run out of the stick, so open it in the middle to see if you need to add some water, and then continue to cook. 2. I don't like chopped green onion oil. I can't let it go. I feel that as long as the taro is enough for powdery, it is delicious!