Eddoes are thickened stems, otherwise known as corms, of the Colocasia esculenta antiquorum plant. Eddoes are commonly used in Southeast Asian and Caribbean dishes. Eddoes are primarily starch and can be treated like potatoes, once peeled.
Eddoes provide a good source of fiber and vitamin C. Eddoes are considered to have an intermediate glycemic index.
Sold as is, Caribbean cuisine, Southeast Asian cuisine, eddoe chips, fried eddoe
Colocasia esculenta antiquorum, Colocasia, Malangas, Arvi, Arbi, Kochur mukhi, Chembb, Chembu