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Friday, October 31, 2014

Sambar Arbi Roast | Roasted Taro Root in Sambar Powder

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There is no rule in cooking, yes there are rules in baking but cooking on gas or oven, its fun. You can take your ingredients, spices and voila , your dish is done. Same thing happens to me with this one too. I made Chips out of Arbi but wanted to make something new, so instead of using it to making chips I made it in sambar powder and result was delicious. You can use potatoes , sweet potatoes, raw bananas, turnips or any root vegetables for this dish. There is no hard and fast rule, just keep the masala same and change the vegetable of your family favorite and dish is done. 

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Ingredients :

3 Arbi / Taro root




2 tbsp. oil
1 tsp. Mustard seeds
2 tbsp. Sambar powder
1 tbsp. red chili powder
salt to taste
2 tbsp. Rice Flour
few curry leaves
Lime juice to taste

Method:

Clean the Arbi's outer layer.
Cut it in Circles.
Keep it aside.
Take your pan, add the oil in it.
Add Mustard seeds in it when its start popping, add curry leaves in it.
Then add sambar powder, red chili powder and rice flour and salt and add sliced arbi.
Let it cook on low to medium flame till arbi cooks.
Mine was done in 8 minutes.
At the time of serving add lime juice and have it with roti.
Lunch or diner is done.

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26 comments:

  1. i does it sometimes in the same way...nice one...

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  2. totally love the colour and texture:)
    Beautiful:)

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  3. Its in my try list.Urs is tempting !

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  4. Liked your idea. Looks tempting too. I am thinking of trying it out with sweet potato. Thanks. And Congrats on your achievements.

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    1. sure and let me know the outcome, thanks

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  5. Congrats Linsy, you deserve it, love this roasted arbi...

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    1. Thanks Priya, see you after a long time, life must be hectic back home.

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  6. Congrats and I share the joy with you. This dish is something I have on mind for our veg meals.

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  7. Interesting recipe Linsy... It looks delicious and yummy...

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  8. Congrats Sweetheart....this is super yummy..loved the chatpata roasted taro

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  9. Congrats.. arbi roast looks tempting and delicious.

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  10. I had not heard of Taro Root before - this sounds like a really interesting dish! Thank you for sharing it with us at the Hearth and Soul hop.

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  11. These are some wonderful roasted taro!

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