Hidden in the refrigerated section at Ranch 99 somewhere past the tofu and the fresh noodles lies taro cake. It's such a good snack or light lunch with greens- try it with Mystery Greens B. (Sorry I still don't know what it's called!) It's quick and my whole family loved it.
When you buy it is comes in a really unappetizing package. It looks like glue and cardboard, but sliced and fried it's delicious. Don't let the dried shrimp scare you either, my husband never knew until now. It tastes great, and the kids loved it, albeit without the mustard or the sriracha.
oil for frying (I used beef tallow)
soy sauce, mustard, and sriracha or another hot sauce
Slice the block of taro cake into 1/2 inch slices. Pan fry them to get the outside crispy and golden, flipping once. Serve them with soy sauce, mustard, and sriracha. The inside will be soft and gooey.
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