Arbi roast


Another crispy version of arbi fry with less oil.

Ingredients

1/4 kg arbi/colacassia/chepankazhangu/Taroroot
2 tsp oil
1/2 tsp mustard seeds
1 tsp bengalgram dal
1 tsp blackgram dal
1/2 tsp turmeric powder
1/2 tsp red chilli powder
Salt to taste
1/2 cup poha/beaten rice powder

Pressure cook the arbi and remove the skin. Cut into small rounds.

Heat oil and add mustard seeds and dal. When it splutters, add turmeric powder and poha powder. Add arbi, red chilli powder and salt. Mix well and keep roasting on low flame till crispy.

Serve with rice.

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15 comments:

Parita said...

This is new to me , looks good, is arbi some kind of nut? sorry for the stupid question but never heard of arbi before :( where do we find it?

EC said...

Arbi or arvi is a vegetable Parita, it oval shaped brown in colour..Its colacassia in English..you will find it in vegetable shops

Lena Rashmin Raj said...

this s new to me...its looking really nice...

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Delectable and a yummy fry... I do a microwave version but slightly different!!!

Valarmathi said...

Simple and looks yummy.

Padma said...

Love arbi fry... but never have tried adding poha powder... very new to me... will try once ur way next time I make them :)

Prathibha said...

Love Arbi fry but never added poha powder...its new version to me..

srikars kitchen said...

wow.. nice entry & great click.. my hubbys fav dish..

Sireesha said...

Simple and yummy fry..

Padma said...

Hi EC... u can add the other name for arbi which is available here in US with the name taro root( this was the answer for Parita's comment not knowing about arbi :)...

anudivya said...

I do the same way you do, but inevitably end up with mushy arbi.
Maybe I add too little oil. Next time I will try roasting them a little bit in the oven.

ARUNA said...

that's a nice fry......healthy i guess!!!

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

Looks v nice....

notyet100 said...

arbi is my fav,..;)this looks so yum,,

Ashwini said...

Not heard of arbi. Looks simple and delish.

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