Saturday, October 13, 2012

Chamadumpa Vepudu | Seppankizhangu Fry | Taro Root Fry | Arbi Sabji

Some dishes taste so good that you make them the same way 'n' number of times & still enjoy that as your first time.My mom makes this dish & I copied it from her. This is a easy & healthy style of enjoying this recipe.
Few days back I received a mail for this dish.

9 Big taro root
4 Tbs oil
1Tsp mustard 
2 Tbs besan ( Senaga pindi)
2 Tsp chilli ( Adjust acc. to your taste)
Few curry leaves

To start off cook the taro roots using a pressure cooker.If not you can boil them in a big vessel with water & can check with a knife if they are cooked or not.
Once cooked allow them to cool down & peel the skin off. Cut them in equal size thin pieces.

Heat a pan with 1tbs of oil then add mustard & curry leaves to it. Once the mustard starts jumping add the cut taro pieces to pan.Sprinkle besan on them while mixing carefully.

Cook it in a medium heat for 5mins.Then add 1tbs oil & mix it.

After 10mins the fry looks similar to this. Then sprinkle salt & chilli powder along with 1tbs oil.Mix them well.Fry them on low heat for another 10mins to get a crispy texture.


  1. wow this is so yum , and my fav too :) love the first click too good

  2. I love this with curd rice... delicious recipe

  3. wow so tempting dear,loved it at any time...

  4. ma fav.. looks delicious and spicy

  5. wow..looks super tasty!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

  6. yummy fry

  7. Super crispy fries, love to have simply with curd rice.

  8. yummy fry..i make it slightly different,yours looks interesting too:)
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  9. Deliciously prepared taro with curd and rice..

  10. looks delicious..

  11. My mouth is indeed watering..Feel like to grab one:) Happy to stop by your blog..:) First time here! Following you:)