To make the jelly, first wash the powder, and wash the sweet potato without peeling.
Cut into pieces
Use a cooking machine to break, the more broken the better.
The sweet potatoes are all finished, watered, and washed by hand, just like Taomi.
Then use a filter cloth to filter and squeeze the water hard.
The filtered water is allowed to stand for a few hours to allow the starch to settle.
After a few hours, all the yellow water was dumped, and the rest was white and sweet potato starch. The chopsticks were used to poke the meeting piece by piece.
Next, add some water to the starch to turn on the starch. Start the cooking with the fire and keep stirring.
Wait until the white pulp is boiled to make a big bubble, turn it into a transparent shape and turn off the fire.
I poured it into the container and I used a non-stick cake mold.
Wait until it is completely cool, demoulding.
Cut into pieces, add seasoning, garlic, pepper, and finish. Can also be fried, all delicious!