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Sunday, August 18, 2013

Stir Fry Arbi Chips ( Taro root / Eddoe)

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Enough of unhealthy potato chips from fast food chains. We have so good other root vegetables we can use instead of potatoes, Arbi (Taro Root) is one of it. I like to make it dry or with gravy same way we make potatoes curry. But best of all is chips obviously with our Indian masalas in it. I got only two but make a bowl full of chips in no time and way healthier then potato chips.

 
Ingredients :

2 big Arbi

2 tsp of oil ( I use less oil in my cooking but you can use it as per your taste)
1tsp carom seeds(ajwain)
1 tsp turmeric powder
1 tsp red chili powder
1 tsp cumin coriander powder
salt to taste
lime juice to taste
hand full of chopped coriander leaves

Method:

Cut Arbi in long slices.
Heat a oil in pan.
Add carom seeds , when it changes it color , add slices arbi.
Mix it and cover the lid and cook it for 5-6 minutes. Stir in between.
Check if its about to be done.
Add all powder masala and salt.
Cook for 3 minutes.
Turn off the gas add lime juice and coriander leaves.
Serve hot as it is or as a side dish with your lunch / diner.
Instead of lime juice you can add chat masala also.
 



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28 comments:

  1. Never tried this with ajwain. Looks delicious.

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  2. We too make something similar but never tried with caromseeds.I bet that should be really good.

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  3. Ah yest, besides potatoes, taro is another of my fav. I like how you used the roots for a simple yet inviting dish with spices and the uplifting fragrance of coriander leaves.

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  4. I might not get fresh arbi!!! But thought of bringing frozen pack at home many a times... Will get it when I visit Indian store next time :P 'M surely goin to make this one...

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  5. we too make this. loved your addition of ajwain.

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  6. Delicious stir fry!


    Regards,
    Bindu
    http://indianrecipegalleri.blogspot.in/

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  7. this looks so wonderful linsy,will try it soon.

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  8. Give me that plate, i'll happily finish it rite now.

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  9. My MIL makes them in almost similar way!! And i was hooked to them first time i had them!! And good thing is that we don't have to deep fry them!! Lovely :)

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  10. I have never tried making arbi but this looks so good. Must put my hands on them soon.

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  11. So so Enticing....Veru simple, easy to make, delicious and inviting!

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  12. wow arbi chips looks so so yummy and crispy dear :)

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  13. Awesome arbi Linsy!! Amazing!!! You are so innovative. I love arbi, and must try this.

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  14. lovely dish, Linsy..never had brought arbi before..now definitely will !!!

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  15. Yes really bored off with potato chips...I liked your concept...Thanks for linking it

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  16. Arbi fries looks so delicious :) Yum !! Thanks for linking to WTML !!

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  17. looks superrrr!!!!! Thanks for linking it to my events!! Looking for more yummy recipes!!

    Sowmya

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  18. Excellent! The best recipe on your blog so far! Love the recipe..Looks so yummy!!
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