Sato Imo Sembei/Taro Crackers

Many people have pressing dietary priorities caused by allergies.
For example wheat flour is a big problem when you want to create bread, cakes or crackers.
Here is a simple suggestion to make crackers with sato imo/里芋/taro.
They should please vegans and vegetarians, too!
Very healthy and tasty!

INGREDIENTS: For 2~3 persons

-Sato imo/taro: 3~4, boiled, peeled and diced
-Soy Sauce: 1 large spoon
-Sugar: 1 large spoon
-Water: 1 large spoon
-Sesame oil: as appropriate


1- Mash the boiled sato imo/taro. If too hard, soften them inside a microwave oven first.

2-Pour the mashed sato imo in a large bowl. Add soy sauce, sugar and water mix well. For extra taste you can use green tea or oolong tea instead of plain water.

3-Shape the paste into sembei (square, round, oval as you like). Brush sesame oil on both sides and grill them.
Try and press them all the time while they grill! They will taste better!

Easy, ain’t it?

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