Eddoes also called Tannia, Yautia, Malanga or Coco Yam are starchy root vegetables native to the Caribbean, South America, Asia & Africa.
They are variety of taro, dasheen, kalo or yam.
Eddoes have nutty, subtle flavour and smooth texture.
Can be used like regular potatoes: peeled and cooked, fried, mashed with some milk and nutmeg, used in soups and stews.
- I know it has nothing to do with eddoes but recently I came across this post on Simon Seeks website about weird restaurants, thought I will share it with you in case you are planning to visit any of those cities: Weird and wonderful restaurants to eat in around the world.
I love those! yum!! :D
Indeed so much better than our boring Dutch potatoes, hehe..
greetings from the netherlands!
Margo, those are called Malangas in Cuba. And, in my opinion, they’re better than potatoes.
Mom often served puréed malanga as a side dish, but I had no trouble making an entire meal out of it.
Oh, you have brought back so many memories.
Oh these are lovely. Great in soups, or mashed, or with stews. I love that you showcase tropical food and your pictures are always soooo stunning
Does anyone have a recipe for Tania fish cakes? I would like to try making them.