The nutritional value of taro is very high. The starch content in tuber is up to 70%. It can be used as both food and vegetable. It is a good tonic for both young and old. It is a valuable vegetarian food in autumn. Taro is also rich in protein, calcium, phosphorus, iron, potassium, magnesium, sodium, carotene, nicotinic acid, vitamin C, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, saponins and other components. According to traditional Chinese medicine, taro is sweet, spicy and flat, enters the intestine and stomach. It has the functions of benefiting stomach, widening intestine, relieving constipation, tonifying liver and kidney, and adding lean marrow. It has certain effect on assistant treatment of dry stool, goiter, scrofula, mastitis, bee sting, intestinal worms, acute arthritis and other diseases. However, it should be noted that you cant rub or apply it to healthy skin, otherwise it will cause dermatitis. Once it happens, gently scrub with ginger juice.
Food Material List
- 1 Taro 500g
- 2 Blueberry jam 2 scoops
- 1 Wash and peel the taro.
- 2 Dig the ball with a scoop, dig out the hemisphere, to be used!
- 3 Start the pot and put in the taro. Cook the sugar for about 10 minutes. Remove and cool. Take a small bowl and put two spoonfuls of blueberry sauce into a warm water. Pour the blueberry juice on the taro platter.