Homemade lotus chips! It’s really easy to make - just wash and slice the lotus roots thinly and fry it in oil.
Of course, it’s much healthier to eat when boiled in soup, but this is a great fun way to replace potato chips with lots of seasoning and MSG. Also, did you know: it has vitamin A (skin, hair, eye health), vitamin B (reduces stress and headaches), vitamin C, and regulates blood pressure?? (I didn’t, until I googled it, LOL, but glad I’m being healthy 🤪)
Pop up restaurant on 25 November and 15 December from 12:30. 5 course dinner.
1/ chickpea tofu
2/ stewed lotus roots fried tofu, turnip and carrot
3/ minced chickenvalls with ginger, stweed shredded mooli and carrots dressed with sesame oil, fried Chinese yam, miso soup and rice
5/ tea or coffee
£20 per person, booking necessary
【ENG日本語】 Right after we were back from farmers market yesterday, dumped them all on kitchen counter! See the healthy looking Lotus Roots which I’ve been looking for. Actually the long eggplants were free gifts from a seller. Story back to last week, I got a bag of finest ground red peppers, barleys, apples.... all as gifts. My husband said that’s a lot as free, I guess bad accent of my Korean attracted sellers? 😆
Feeling Snacky? 🤤
Our lotus roots are the perfect crunchy light bite to complete your meal - or even to indulge in a perfectly formed snack 💪🏽💚 #lotusroots#asianfood#snacktime#Repost @hannahclaytorscott
Dim sum lunch today at @lost_and_found_social 🥟👌