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Taro Root Hash Browns


Even with white potatoes being Whole30 compliant now and using white potatoes is relative to the amount of physical activity you do.  Taro root is a complex carbohydrate that has more dietary fiber than white potatoes.  With these health benefits, they are also extremely tasty and have the same mouth feel and taste albeit denser than our white potato friends.  In this recipe, we grate the Taro root and fry it on each side to complete these soon to be famous Taro Root hash browns.

From our kitchen to yours, Bennett


4 medium taro roots, peeled and grated
1 tablespoon grassfed butter
Sea salt and pepper to taste


Peel taro root and grate
Remove excess moisture from taro root by using a cheesecloth or paper towel
Heat a medium sized skillet to medium-high heat
Use a tablespoon of butter to grease the pan
Place taro root evenly across the pan and allow the Taro Root to cook 3-4 minutes on the first side to develop a nice crust
Use two spatulas and flip over to brown the other side (usually about another 3-4 minutes
Serve with some fried eggs and season to taste


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