Cantonese stewed meat with Mid-Autumn flavours

As an alternative to the usual stewed pork, try adding ingredients such as water caltrop and baby taro that usually appear during the Mid-Autumn Festival. — LOW LAY PHON/The Star

WATER caltrop is the fruit of an aquatic plant that is cultivated in China and India.

The shell resembles a bat or a bull’s head and it is sometimes called buffalo nut or bat nut.

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