The last time I made Taro Milk Tea, I bought too many taros. I asked my father-in-law to cook them myself. Unexpectedly, they didn’t move. I bought some ribs and planned to make another lazy dish – taro steamed ribs.


300g peeled taro
300g rib
3 slices of ginger
2 shallots
1 tablespoon raw soy sauce
0.5 tablespoon soy sauce
1 tablespoon oyster sauce
2 tablespoons cooking wine
1 tsp white granulated sugar
A little salt
2 tablespoons chili sauce
1 tablespoon sesame oil


Step 1
Soak the ribs in water for half an hour to remove the blood water, and wash them several times to drain the water.

Step 2
Cut ginger slices into small pieces, cut green onions into sections, add raw soy sauce, soy sauce, oyster sauce, salt, sugar and 1 tablespoon cooking wine, stir evenly, cover with fresh-keeping film and marinate overnight.

Step 3
Taro peeled, washed and cut into hobs. I didn't wash taro first this time. I peeled it before washing it. My hands didn't itch.

Step 4
Put taro blocks on the bottom of the plate, then put ribs on taro, and pour the pickled soup into the plate.

Step 5
Pour 1 tablespoon of sesame oil and cooking wine into chili sauce and mix well.

Step 6
Pour the thin chili sauce over the ribs.

Step 7
My pressure cooker is old-fashioned. It doesn't have the function of steaming. Just put a steaming rack and put more water. Put the plate on the steaming rack, cover the lid, cook over high fire until SAIC, and then steam for 15 minutes.

Step 8
This is spicy taro steamed ribs.

Step 9
This is not spicy taro steamed ribs.