A few days ago, I bought a large taro to make steamed meat with taro powder. After cutting, I found that there was no steamed meat powder, so I temporarily decided to make a braised taro. Unexpectedly, my children like it very much


1 taro
30g salad oil
1 tablespoon raw soy sauce
1 tablespoon soy sauce
2 tablespoons oyster sauce
10 tablespoons of water
2 shallots


Step 1
Peel off the taro and wash it

Step 2
Cut into pieces

Step 3
Mix 1 tablespoon of raw soy sauce, 1 tablespoon of old soy sauce, 2 tablespoons of oyster sauce and 10 tablespoons of water into a mixed seasoning juice. Chop the shallots

Step 4
Pour oil into the frying pan

Step 5
Put the taro in the frying pan and fry over medium low heat

Step 6
Fry until brown on each side

Step 7
Pour the sauce into the pot

Step 8
Boil until a small amount of soup remains

Step 9
Start the pot and sprinkle the shallots