This slimy vegetable is a popular boba drink

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  1. in hong kong, besides the popular dim sum dish, taro cake, we would boil baby taro in a pot of water with salt, then peel before eating. my dad would always make this during mid-autumn festival, very simple with a delicious salty and rooty flavour, j loved it so much as a kid. another favourite is taro sago with coconut milk! (芋頭西米露🤤) can be served either hot or cold, i always prefer it cold. it is definitely one of my top 3 favourite desserts.

    p.s. taro bubble tea is more purple because taro powder is purple from the food colouring ^_^

  2. In Punjab (India)we call this veg arbi ,it can be made as dry dish just shallow frying,sauteing it with some spices and also as gravy dish and the leaves are also used for cooking ( fritters with gram flour or even rice flour) preferably in monsoons …one tip, rub some oil on hands before cutting this veg…

  3. I'm from Barbados. I think in the eastern Caribbean it's called Dasheen. Apparently through slavery and language barriers it came to us as 'De la Shin' (The thing from china) which became dasheen to the locals. Not sure how true that is but it's something I learned from a Caribbean history class

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