How to Prepare Eddoes

8 minutes in a microwave makes it a great ingredient.

Recipe By: cookbuzz (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/454)
Serves 1 Prep: 10 min

Ingredients

Eddoes
Knife
Microwaveable Plate
Cling film
Microwave

Method

1
These are eddoes that you can buy in Tesco.
2
Cut off the tops and bottoms of the eddoes and score into the center. Rotating the eddoe round makes it easier to do this.
3
Now score from top to bottom in a vertical direction Repeat on the other side.
4
Place the eddoes in a dish and wrap with cling film, then put in the microwave for 8 minutes. Turn the plate 180 degrees once during this time.
5
Leave the eddoes to cool slightly. When they become hand-hot, you can peel off the skins easily. Some might still stubbornly keep their skins, so you'll need to resort to a lethal weapon - your knife.
6
Thanks to the eight minutes in the microwave, your eddoes should now be cooked through...
7
...so, what do you do with cooked eddoes? Well, have a go at this recipe!

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How to Prepare Eddoes

8 minutes in a microwave makes it a great ingredient.

Recipe By: cookbuzz (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/454)

Serves 1

Prep: 10 min

Ingredients

Eddoes
Knife
Microwaveable Plate
Cling film
Microwave

How to Prepare Eddoes

Recipe ID :2511 Posted on 14 MAR 2017

Serves 1

Prep 10min
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8 minutes in a microwave makes it a great ingredient.

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Ingredients

Method

Prep
10min
1
These are eddoes that you can buy in Tesco.
2
Cut off the tops and bottoms of the eddoes and score into the center. Rotating the eddoe round makes it easier to do this.
3
Now score from top to bottom in a vertical direction Repeat on the other side.
4
Place the eddoes in a dish and wrap with cling film, then put in the microwave for 8 minutes. Turn the plate 180 degrees once during this time.
5
Leave the eddoes to cool slightly. When they become hand-hot, you can peel off the skins easily. Some might still stubbornly keep their skins, so you'll need to resort to a lethal weapon - your knife.
6
Thanks to the eight minutes in the microwave, your eddoes should now be cooked through...
7
...so, what do you do with cooked eddoes? Well, have a go at this recipe!
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