Category Archives: Recipes
We unearthed this monstrous 1kg yacon tuber today! You can see its mature by the rot creeping in and the caramel/yellow colouring of some of its flesh… this means the FOS has broken down into a more simple sugar, its … Continue reading
Dayna has already started to make Christmas cookies like these Gingerbread people… we use Yacon Syrup to replace the treacle and it can be used instead of golden syrup in recipes too for a lower sugar alternative.
We are always trying to replace sugar with yacon syrup and over the years have developed several recipes, heres our Teriyaki Yacon Sauce recipe. You will need a bottle or glass jar (approx 250ml) and the following ingredients: 1/2 cup … Continue reading
We had a message from one of our customers saying her favourite ways to eat Yacon are fresh in Mexican Taco’s or fresh fruit salad. Thanks Sue for your feedback! – photo courtesy of google images for taco’s.
Try this cereal! While Todd and I enjoy porridge with yacon, fresh made yoghurt and fruit, the children arent as keen (porridge is slimey evidently!). My kids had tried an Oaty Crunch cereal while on holiday and they loved it, … Continue reading
Oh my goodness …5 minutes to make, no bake, gluten free, lactose free, no added sugar… if that wasnt good enough they are indulgently moist, dense and chocolatey! Heres a lovely recipe that will put a spring in your step … Continue reading
I am getting quite excited over the warmer nights and brilliant sun-shining days we have had in the last week, the power bill will finally trend down and my thoughts are tending towards how early I can start growing my … Continue reading
Here is a quick and easy meal which is equally nice with mushrooms or beef( or both!), it uses both the syrup and yacon root to make a rich and satisfying stirfry full of flavour and packed with healthy greens! … Continue reading
This is a variation of Sweet soy pork. Sweet soy (kecap manis)is unique to Indonesia and sweet soy is made thick sweet and syrupy by adding lashings of palm sugar. The original recipe balances the sweet soy out with the citrusy … Continue reading