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I%u2019d never had taro root or breadfruit before, but asked the owner of Four Winds Market if he could get them for me%u2026.luckily he lives in my neighborhood and could drop them off on his way home, so I didn%u2019t have to make a trip on my lunch break from work! I really enjoyed the mix of spices in this%u2026the fresh ginger, garlic, cumin, and cardamom were perfect with the cinnamon (used Saigon cinnamon), chili powder, and coriander. Can%u2019t say I%u2019ll make the extra effort to find taro root and breadfruit again, but will definitely use the mix of spices with sweet potatoes (yams) again! Thanks for sharing. Made for ZWT7.

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breezermom June 30, 2011

New and enjoyable taste experience. My DH really enjoyed this recipe.
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Lavender Lynn June 30, 2011

Sweet, savory and spicy. I did add a minced jalapeno. Sauteed in ghee in place of the butter and oil. I did over cook the root veggies so it was hard to mix into the spice mix without slightly mashing some. But that didn`t matter in taste. I enjoyed this comfort treat! The leftovers will make great croquettes. Thanks. Made for ZWT 2011

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Rita~ June 20, 2011

This was my first taro and I really enjoyed it very much.
The taste was great and the spices combination yummi. My husband found something that would make this recipe recipe top: some lime juice to add after serving. Thanks a lot for this recipe.
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awalde June 15, 2011
Curried Taro, Yam, Breadfruit