Simple Arbi Fry || Taro Root Fry || How to Make Arbi Fry with step-by-step photos and video
Arbi Fry (taro roots) is a simple, easy, and delicious vegetarian dish that can be prepared within 20 minutes.
Arbi for those who don’t know is the Urdu name for the taro root.it has a subtly sweet taste and is often used in savory recipes in Pakistan
Mainly I learned this recipe from my mother who used to make it with very simple methods and the taste used to be very good. an interesting fact about me is that I hadn’t eaten ladyfingers or taro root in my childhood whenever my mother used to cook I didn’t eat at all.
But the time I heard about both vegetables they are so beneficial for bones. since then I started including these veggies on our menu. and Alhamdulilah now I m extremely fond of eating bhindi (lady-fingers) and arbi (taro root). specially fry arbi or bhindi. I have also FRIED BHINDI recipe put on my blog
This arbi fry is simpler with just a few ingredients while for the masala are added onion paste and more spices
Today I am sharing one of my favorite ways to cook arbi. this simple arbi fry-it is a super simple recipe where is arbi fried with spices in more quantity of oil. and isn’t used water at all
The ingredients are pretty simple, I don’t add any onion, garlic, or tomato to this arbi fry. It is just the spices tossed with lemon juice and then finished with green chilies with cilantro
For the best result follow my detailed step by step photo, video and instructions tips and video below
Taro Roots Health Benefits:
Taro root is a vegetable used in a variety of cuisines around the world. It has a mild, nutty taste, starchy texture, and nutrition benefits that make it a healthier alternative to other root vegetables like potatoes. Taro root is commonly added to savory dishes or fried as a snack, but it can also add a creaminess and purple color to sweet recipes.
Taro is rich in nutrients that can provide important health benefits. A one-cup serving has a third of your daily recommended intake of manganese, which contributes to a good metabolism, bone health, and blood clotting.
Its high levels of vitamins can also promote healthy vision, skin, circulation, and immune system function.
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To prepare this recipe firstly, wash and then peel off the arbi and cut into ¼ inch thick in a round shape
Heat up the oil into the wok and put all peeled taro roots and fry on medium flame
Meantime add salt, red chili flakes, and turmeric powder
Keep stirring on medium-low flame until stickiness is removed, Cover and cook on low flame for around 5-8 minutes
Once arbi gets soft add chopped green chilies and coriander leaves, Stir to mix well
Towards the end squeeze fresh lemon juice and mix again
Simmer the arbi fry on low flame for around 5 minutes
Simple arbi fry (taro roots) is a simple, easy, and delicious vegetarian dish that can be prepared within 20 minutes..
- 300g,arbi/taro root
- Salt to taste
- 1 ½ tsp, crushed red chili flakes
- ½ tsp, turmeric powder
- 1 tbsp, green chilies chopped
- 2 tbsp, chopped coriander leaves
- 1 pcs, lemon freshly squeezed
How to make Arbi Fry?
Cooking Arbi fry: Heat up the oil into the wok and put all peeled taro roots and fry on medium flame. Meantime add salt, red chili flakes, and turmeric powder, Keep stirring on medium-low flame until stickiness is removed. Cover and cook on low flame for around 5-8 minutes
Once arbi gets soft add chopped green chilies and coriander leaves, Stir to mix well. Towards the end squeeze fresh lemon juice and mix again. Simmer the arbi fry on low flame for around 5 minutes. Arbi fry is ready then Transfer to the serving bowl. Serve delicious arbi fry with tandoori roti or zeera rice
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