Lotus Roots Chip /莲藕片/연근칩 Vegetable
2013/04/29 20:17 http://kkimchi88.blog.me/70166657470
Dear friends, I believe that you all have tasted the potato chips! Have you ever tasted the Lotus Roots Chips ? This is a very easy and simple snack...
朋友们，我相信您都曾嚐过薯条！您可否也曾嚐过莲藕片呢 ？ 这是非常简单的小食。。。
In Korea, we have Lotus Flower Festival at Siheung Lotus Flower Theme Park in Siheung,Kyonggi Province every year ...
Lotus roots are commonly used in Korean cuisine, we do have Lotus tea,lotus pancake flour etc.
Lotus rootlets are often pickled with rice vinegar, sugar, chili and/or garlic. It has a crunchy texture with sweet-tangy flavours. In Asian cuisine, it is popular with salad, prawns, sesame oil and/or coriander leaves. Lotus roots have been found to be rich in dietary fiber, vitamin C, potassium, thiamin, riboflavin, vitamin B6, phosphorus,copper, and manganese, while very low in saturated fat.
The stamens can be dried and made into a fragrant herbal tea called liánhuā cha (蓮花茶) in Chinese, or (particularly in Vietnam) used to impart a scent to tea leaves. This Vietnamese lotus tea is called trà sen, chè sen, or chè ướp sen. The lotus seeds or nuts (called liánzĭ, 蓮子; or xiān liánzĭ, 鲜莲子, in Chinese) are quite versatile, and can be eaten raw or dried and popped like popcorn, phool makhana. They can also be boiled until soft and made into a paste, or boiled with dried longans and rock sugar to make a tong sui (sweet soup). Combined with sugar, lotus seed paste becomes one of the most common ingredients used in pastries such asmooncakes, daifuku, and rice flour pudding
Slice the lotus roots and place on the baking pan..
salt ( optional )
1.Wash the lotus roots and slice it into thin pieces.
2, Place the sliced lotus roots on the baking pan.
3. Bake it for 10 minutes at 170 degree C , turn it over, bake it for another 10 minutes ( you may make it for another 5 or more minutes, it depends on your taste ).
4. Sprinkle salt on it if you like ( for me, I don't. I prefer the original taste)