Arbi/taro roots / Colocasia
PREP TIME:15 MINS
COOK TIME:15 MINS
TOTAL TIME:30 MINS
- 500 gm arbi Colocasia
- 3 medium size onions/ 1 1/2 cup , sliced thin lengthwise
- 1/2 tsp ajwain/
- 2 tsp coriander powder
- 1/2 tsp red chili powder
- 1/2 tsp roasted cumin powder
- 1 tsp amchoor / dry mango powder
- 2-3 tbsp oil
- 1 level tsp Salt / or salt to taste
- 1 tbsp fresh coriander leaves, finely chopped
Thoroughly washes the Arbi/taro roots / Colocasia, drain it.
With the peeler , peel each Arbi/taro roots / Colocasia and cut in to four thick slices lengthwise. Keep aside.
Peel, wash and slice onions lengthwise and keep aside.
Heat oil in a heavy bottom kadhai/ wok / or frying pan. Put ajwain in the hot oil, wait for few seconds for it to splutter, add onion slices and fry till light golden. Add coriander powder, cumin powder, salt, red chili powder saute for few seconds. Add the Arbi/taro roots / Colocasia slices, cover and cook on a medium flame, till well cooked.
Mix in amcoor powder,and keep the kadhai/ wok / or frying pan on low flame. Cover and leave to blend the masalas for couple of minutes, so that Arbi/taro roots / Colocasia, gets quoted well with the dry spices/masalas.
Serve Arbi/taro roots / Colocasia hot, garnished with fresh coriander leaves as a side dish, with Indian breads like chapattis, parathas etc.
While peeling the Arbi/taro roots / Colocasia , apply some oil to your fingers and peel to avoid any skin allergy.
While frying the spice powders, do so at the lowest flame. If need be you can switch off the gas. The spice powders,especially chili powder tends to burn quickly on a high heat.
Stir-Fried Arbi/taro roots / Colocasia is mildly spiced , light and crunchy with taste of Indian spices.
Arbi/taro roots / Colocasia is a good accompaniment with all Dals/ lentils.
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