Thursday, August 17, 2006

Arbi Fry - 2 (Cheppankilangu fry)


Arbi fry with Sesame

~ Another Dry Curry.
~ Goes well with all Rice varieties.

Ingredients Needed:
1. Arbi - 1/2 kg
2. Salt to taste
3. Hing
4. Red Chilli Powder 1 1/2 tsp
5. Coriander Powder 2 tsp and Jeera Powder 1/2 tsp or Sambar Powder 2 1/2 tsp
6. Curd 2 table spoon
7. Sesame seeds 3 tsp
8. Besan 1/2 tsp
9. Rice Flour 1 tsp
10. Sugar 1/4 tsp
11. Ginger Garlic Paste
12. Oil 6 tsp
13. Curry Leaves and Mustard seeds for seasoning.

Method:
1. Boil Arbi , Remove skin and Cut into small pieces.
2. Mix all the ingredients except Oil and Seasoning items
3. Heat oil in a Kadai add Arbi pieces and fry on a slow fire .
4. Cook for about 30 minutes in a medium flame.

~ Arbi Fry is ready. ~

20 comments:

Latha said...

Hi Menutoday,

The chepankazhangu fry looks so yummy! Just like how my mom makes it. I can never get mine to be like this.
Thanks
Latha

shammi said...

ooh, yum! I LOVE this with morkuzhambu and rice :)

KrishnaArjuna said...

Fry looks delicious MT! This is one of my all time favs.

Shankari said...

ayyo..vaai urudhe....my fav fav dish, I will make my version sometime and post it...romba romba ishtam

Inji Pennu said...

Hello Hello

What is arbi?

sudhav said...

superba irrukunga MT,amma eppadi than seyuvanga..Thanks for sharing

Menu Today said...

Hi Latha,
Thanks a lot for visiting.

Hi Shammi,
I too like this combination.

Hi KA,
Thanks a lot.

Hi Sudha and Shankari,
Enakku romba santhoshama irukku, ungalukku pudichathula. Romba Nandri.

Hi LG,
It is seppankilangu.(colocaesia). Thanks.

Prema Sundar said...

Hi menutoday,
I know only type of cheppankizhanghu and iam bored of cooking that always.Ur recipe is different and iam going to try this the next time as my husband loves this vegetable. Romba nandri!!!

Foodie's Hope said...

Never cooked Arbi, where do you get them?

Is it a lotus root? Looks good though!!

Meena Kandlakuti said...

hi,
thank you for your compliment.yeah, tofu is a good for every one.I love chamagadda , this recipe which you made.same my mother also does.she add peanut powder in the last.Thank you

Vineela said...

Hi mm,
Cheers.
Just now i prepared this and i am seeing photo here.lOVELY RECIPE ISN'T ?
THANKS FOR SHARING.
VINEELA

Madhu said...

Hi MT,
I have seen Arbi so many times in grocery store but didn't know what to make with it untill now.
Will try it soon and let you know.
Thank you so much for the recipe.

Menu Today said...

Hi Prema,
Thank u very much. Please do let me know when u make this.

Hi Asha,
It is not lotus root.It is Colocaesia.

Hi Meena,
Thanks. When I make next time I will try your mom's method.
Hi Vineela,
Thanks a lot.

Hi Madhu,
Thanks. Please do let me know the out come.

RP said...

Looks so yummy! I feel like to eat that whole bowl of it even though I don't know what Arby is.

Praveena said...

MT,

I think i have agree with RP! Could you post a pic of Arbi?

indosungod said...

MT this is an all time favorite for me, but my method is different,
fry looks yummy, shall try it this way next time.

Menu Today said...

Hi RP, Foodie's hope and Praveena,
Pl see the link for a pic of the Arbi / Taro Root. Courtesy Mahanandi.
http://www.nandyala.org/mahanandi/archives/2005/04/07/taro-root-soupchaama-dumpala-rasam/

Thanks

indianadoc said...

You have got a good collection of recipes here...keep the good work going...

Anonymous said...

Hi Menu Today,

I almost always love your recipes and have even sent it to quite a few ppl....

They are abso simple and so home like method of cooking.

Keep posting...always look forward to more

Regards

Ellen

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