These roots of the delicately beautiful lotus flower are incredibly resilient and have long been treasured for their fabled medicinal properties, probably due largely to their high vitamin C count.
With a crunchy texture and a tangy, slightly sweet taste, lotus roots are a great addition to most dishes where vegetables can be added and are commonly used in Asian stir-fries, but can also be deep-fried, braised or pickled.
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