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As you can see my blog is about food and recipes. I love eating and trying out new recipes all the time.

Very often we mum's think of healthy and interesting food options that we can make for our kids especially when they are back from school knowing that their lunch boxes never come back home empty. Hence I always feel its important to give them a healthy and wholesome snack once they are home. When my kid comes home from school I always try and give him some source of carbohydrate combined with proteins along with this, a fruit and milk, or puddings made from milk. Kids normally can't eat too much at one time, so the portions can be small but giving them a little from each of these food group ensures a balanced meal.

I have some interesting ideas that I'd like to share with you all. You might find some of my recipes very basic but I am hoping that my blog is helpful not only for Indians but for people all around the world! Indian food is quite popular and enjoyed by most, so hopefully you can attempt recipes from here and make it yourself now, in your kitchen. Please do go through my recipes and give it a shot at trying them. Let me know how things turned out and if you enjoyed your experience of cooking.... Feel free to get in touch, share your experience, leave a comment or ask any questions you may have. Thank you for stopping by and taking a look! I do hope its helpful.

Happy cooking!

Tuesday, 25 October 2011

Fried Arbi (Fried Taro root)

Normally when we buy Arbi (Taro root) there is a lot of soil stuck on the surface. Make sure to soak them in water and wash them well so to remove all the soil from its surface.


You can now either boil them till they are soft but not very mushy or pressure cook. If you pressure cook then just 1 whistle is good. Let it cool. Open the pressure cooker and peel off the skin.

Now keep all the arbi in a bowl and sprinkle salt and mix well with hand. Instead of salt you can also use chaat masala for a more tangy taste. After the salt or chaat masala (which ever you have used) has mixed well with the arbi, deep fry them in oil till golden brown and crispy. The reason you add salt/chaat masala now is because after you fry them, the salt will fall off and the arbi will taste saltless. Hence remember adding salt/chaat masala before you fry them.

Deep Fry:


Take them out and keep on a paper towel/tissue.



Once all the oil is soaked on the paper towel, add the following spices:
Red chilli powder
Dhanya powder (coriander Powder)
Aamchur powder (dry mango powder)


Mix all the arbi well with the above masala and serve with green coriander chutney. They can be eaten plain as well. If you prefer, you can cut the arbi into circular discs and then fry them, (or any shape you like eg - like french fries or small squares). It does not matter. They always taste great.

Its one of my favorites....



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1 comment:

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