August 29, 2010

Twirls of Potato Goodness....

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What can one doe with a potato from the good earth?

Mashed potato - potato chips- potato salad - potato pie - potato puffs - etc....

What about these twirls?


These are twirls of goodness...and exciting to look at !! Your head goes round and round looking at them.


Do you know how to make them?



Here's the lady who can cut one potato into twirls like this with a sharp knife. Can you do the same thing?

find out more in Taiwan!! Synthesis......Some bright business student thought of this idea.....

10 comments:

wenn said...

wow, that's tempting! Btw, do visit my new blog, Scrumptious. Thx.

Ann said...

I think some one cheated and claimed credit, as usual.

When I was in singapore, the commercials on TV have infomation. They have a slicer that makes this.

Sarawakiana@2 said...

Hi Wenn
sure I will visit your new blog...thanks....been travelling a lot recently.

Sarawakiana@2 said...

Ann
Wow...I am sure Singapore has a slicer that makes this...and TAiwan entrepreneurs have their style too...(*note Bahasa word for style is STAIL>>>)

Daniel Yiek said...

Interesting twist to the tale.

Sarawakiana@2 said...

Hi...interesting...people are entitle to tell their own version of their stories....and then who made the first machine for slicing and twisting the potato?

Thanks for visiting.

Bengbeng said...

darn, another idea i didnt think of hehe

Uncle Lee said...

Hi Sarawakiana, wow! She sure one talented lady. Never seen these before.
EAting it might be a problem though, ha ha.
Have a happy hari merdeka, Lee.

Sarawakiana@2 said...

Hi Bengbeng
Yes...why didn't you think of it...then I'd be friend of an inventor....just kidding...
Wonderful idea...wonder how much such a machine cost..

Sarawakiana@2 said...

Uncle Lee
Actually she is not the only one...a few others too along the road side selling from different stalls....Then many others also sell the famous Taiwan fragrant sausages (which have glutinous rice)

Happy Mederka Day to you too...

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