Kumara rosti

iman007, Aug 21, 5:35am
making some laterand wondered who has a good recipe, i was just gunna grate kumara, squeeze any juice out and bind with a egg yok and s and p.And then fry lightly.Any other versions!

245sam, Aug 21, 6:03am
iman007, I can't help you with a tried and tested kumara rosti recipe, however for some recipe options have a look at:-

http://www.deltakumara.co.nz/recipe_display.php!recipe=111 http://tvnz.co.nz/masterchef-new-zealand/venison-backstrap-4007724

Those are just a couple of options from doing a google search, so I hope that helps.:-))

iman007, Aug 21, 8:17am
thanks sam, will try first one, cheers

gardie, Aug 21, 8:34am
Compliments of Cookware Essentials on Facebook.(I can't wait to try this.)

If you like kumara, here is a great kumara rosti recipe from Revive cafe.
I'm sure, they wont mind us sharing it.
INGREDIENTS (makes 14 small or 7 large)

2 large kumara (red or gold)
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon curry powder
1 tablespoon chickpea flour (or corn flour)
rice bran oil for frying
2 teaspoons poppy seeds

cut kumara into large chunks and boil until soft (but still firm) - the skins should easily peel off after boiling
let cool or cool in cold water
grate kumara (use big holes on your grater)
mix all ingredients together gently
roll into balls and press down in pan
shallow fry in a little oil in a med-high hot pan for around 2 minutes per side or until golden brown

cookessentials, Aug 21, 8:54am
Hey gardie, I was JUST thinking about that recipe that I posted, well done you for beating me to it! Let us know what they are like.

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