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Crispy Fried Colocasia/ Taro/ Arvi

Crispy Fried Colocasia/ Taro/ Arvi



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his is simple food for any day any time meal, made by my sis's MIL and I took all the pics for the recipe

So let's start with Fried Arvi/Colocasia

Ingredients:

Arvi/Colocasia - 1 cup (boiled and peeled)

Onion - 2 large

Red chilli powder - 1 tps

Coriander powder - 1/2 tps

Cinnamom powder - 1/2 tps

Salt - to taste

Oil -


Method:

1. Boil arvi and remove the skin.

2. In a pan heat oil and fry the arvi & keep aside ( You can deep fry or shallow fry them)

3. Peel the onion and make a fine paste of them.

4. In a pan heat oil and fry the onion paste until the oil leaves edges, add all the masala powders and salt mix well and cook for 2-3 mins.

5. Now add the arvi and mix well. Cook for 5-7 mins or until the masala get cooked properly.

Simple and yummy arvi fry is ready.


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24 comments:

  1. nice recipe, thanks for participating :)

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  2. Taro root isn't it? Do you know what it is called in Tamil?

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  3. oooh priti i can imagen this with sambar rice mm yummy

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  4. looks delicious .. havent had this before

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  5. love arvi..nice recipe..will do it sometime..

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  6. I too like this,we make without cinnamon powder!

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  7. we make Patra/ Aluvadi from taro leaves....this is a new dish for me from taro leaves...
    Thanks for sharing it

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  8. I have an award awing you.... :)

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  9. grt one, love the use of onion paste:-)

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  10. love to make stew with this .that tastes so yummy.never tried this version

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  11. Anu, ya its taro root & in Tamil it's called Seppankizangu I guess.

    Dear All, thanks for your wonderful comments ...it keep goings...and do try this one..it taste just yum and you'll try many more times once get hooked to it.

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  12. My favorite one priti...looks crispy and very tasty...

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  13. we like arvi roast. but this is new method and try soon. looks yumm....

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  14. That seems easy and I havent experimented anything of that kind, should get Arbi soon...

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  15. My mom makes this without onions and adds a dash of lemon..tastes so good. I like this version too & will try it soon

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  16. Good one! Loved the recipe.I have a gift 4 u in my blog.

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  18. Lovely roundup priti!
    Wish you a happy new year! May all your dreams come true.

    cheers
    Vij

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