Thursday, December 01, 2011

Seppankilangu Fry / Arbi Fry / Veg Fry Recipes

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Seppankilangu roast is a delicious and favorite fry among the South Indians...!!
Also this veggie is commonly known as Colacasia / Tara root or Arbi. This dish is very simple and easy to cook.
My mom prepare this crispy and super spiced stir fry to go along with hot onion sambar rice & I just loooove this combo from my childhood...:)
Also it makes a great side dish with variety rice menus.
Here goes the  favorite Seppankilangu Varuval recipe.  Enjoy..!!
Ingredients:
  • Seppankilangu ( Colacasia )                   -   ¼ kg
  • Oil                                                        - 3 to 4 tbsp
  • Saunf pwd                                            - ¼  tsp
  • Onion                                                   - 1
  • Tomato                                                 - 1
  • Turmeric pwd                                        - ¼ tsp
  • Red chilly pwd                                      - 1 tbsp
  • Salt to taste
  • Fresh coriander leaves
Method:
  1. Wash and pressure cook the colacasia, until it is well cooked.
  2. Take care not to overcook, as the fry may turn messy.
  3. Peel off the skin.
  1. Slice  to small pieces.
  1. Heat oil in a fry pan.
  2. Temper with saunf pwd.
  3. Add finely chopped onions, curry leaves and sauté to light brown.
  4. Now add the tomatoes, turmeric pwd, red chilly pwd, salt and fry until the tomatoes are cooked.
  5. Add ¼ cup water and cook covered.
  6. Once the oil separates from the fry, add the sliced colacasia and mix well.
  7. Simmer and deep fry till the outer layer of the colacasia turns golden brown and crispy.
  8. Remove from heat. Sprinkle freshly chopped coriander leaves.
  1. Makes an excellent combo with any rice dish.

64 comments:

  1. This is so unique, it looks beautiful. I am really hungry now.

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  2. Yummy stir fry...Great side for rice..

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  3. very delicious stir fry..looks yumm

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  4. Colacasia is my favourite. Stir fry looks yummy..

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  5. Looks really yummy and spicy... and the way you described it, I feel like having it now. Bookmarked this.

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  6. The taro root vegetable looks very tempting Jay!!!I would love to make this sometime :)

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  7. Hola!! Muchas gracias por tu visita, es un placer conocerte y quedarme por aquí viendo las comidas ricas que haces.

    un besito

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  8. Super delicious seppankizhangu fry, serve me with rasam rice,i'll finish that whole bowl..

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  9. I would love to hear from you..thanks for stopping by..:)

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  10. Wow.....that looks absolutely yummy.... mouthwatering recipe.

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  11. Arabi is my favorite. Urs look very tasty. Yummy! Love the addition of saunf powder.

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  12. yummy one.. looks very tempting

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  13. My sister simply loves this vege...nice stir fry....

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  14. This looks so flavoursome and delicious!

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  15. my son would be a happy guest at your place with this fry, Jay! his absolute FAVORITE - vaangi maaladhu :)

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  16. Cosa non dev'essere! Farei la felicità di casa... un abbraccio e buonissima giornata

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  17. Hi Jay,
    Thanks for stopping...I visit your blog regularly :)
    Thats a yummy dish...Loved it need to make it soon

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  18. Looks really tempting and mouthwatering...even I prepare Arbi similar to this will post my rec soon:)

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  19. Hello Jay!
    Arbi is my favourite too...delicious!
    same Colocasia could prepare in diff ways..will try your too
    And Thanks for visiting my blog.
    @InheritedRecipes-Rashu

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  20. Sounds very interesting...new dish to me! Looks so yummy!!!

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  21. Nice recipe with yummy clicks..loved it!
    Thanks for following me :) I'm following you from long time. Hope you will notice it now ;)

    Wish you happy blogging..

    Vani

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  22. Hi Jay,
    I've not heard of colacasia? What are these interesting things? they look like a cross between potatoes and yams! Very interesting indeed....

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  23. Send across the plate please. I love it Jay.

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  24. Spicy and delicious..tempting me a lot

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  25. Not my favourite vegetable but done this way, with rice -yum!

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  26. Wow... my favourite veggie..:) Yummy yum..
    Reva

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  27. What a lovely & mouthwatering stir fry!!! Cant take my eyes of the pics..
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  28. Hi jay,
    It looks delicious & tasty. What a nice dish. Definitely I will try. Thanks jay for the follow. I am following your great food blog.It's one of the best food blogs with a very nice presentation... :)

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  29. droolworthy arvi fry looks very tempting to grab.

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  30. Pass me the entire platter jay. it is tempting a lot.

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  31. I'm learning more about South Indian cuisine - it looks wonderful. With rice, yum!

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  32. Great dish Jay. Never had it before.

    Have a great weekend.

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  33. One of my favourite Jay..looks absolutely inviting.

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  34. Yummy fry! Perfct with rice!

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  35. Hi Jay, I really like to read your recipes, to make it's the other question :)
    Have a nice weekend!

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  36. This recipe is new to me, but it will be delicius.
    Good day

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  37. yummy yummy !! Looks delicious !

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  38. Looks Yummm and Tasty... perfect with Rice...


    -Mythreyi
    Yum! Yum! Yum!

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  39. I think my mother has made this... but I have not had this in a long time. Looks like a delicious dish. :)

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  40. my fav...Looks super delicious and inviting..

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  41. Just mouthwatering...looks so easy to prepare and delicious!

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  42. Hi Jaya, ur recipe is such a mouthwatering!!! i love taro root sabji:) Must try your recipe.

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  43. that goes well with rice. good choice. must try.

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  44. I am now your newest follower. I found you on Miriam's site. Wonderful blog!

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  45. yum Yum this looks so mouthwatering !

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  46. will sure try this..I know this veg is very tasty

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  47. Is Colacasia similar to Taro? That looks so good

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  48. Sounds delicious Jay. Love your presentation.
    Sam

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  49. Hey Jay that looks delish......ive got some awards for you :) drop by to collect it.....Cheers!

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  50. Mom's recipes are always the best isn't it ? These look super yummy Jay :) .

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  51. Gracias por tu visita a mi blog, Me encanta vuestra cocina y me alegro de poder tener contacto con tigo para aprender de vuestras costumbres.
    Un saludo desde Canarias.

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  52. I don't think I've ever had this before - sounds delightful! I wish I could make it, but it's tough to get the veggie here in Toronto.

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  53. Never tried making this recipe.. looks great :)

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  54. hi Jay, this, to us, looks like the baby yam.. its very tasty, we usually boil and eat with salted grated coconut/

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  55. Looks great. I never knew arbi had so many different names :)

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  56. wow.............yummy dish. very innovative idea according to me.
    will try this recipe soon.
    I invite u to participate in my blog's first event ' INNOVATIVE PAKWAN'.
    http://dashamiscollection.blogspot.com/2011/12/announcing-1st-event-on-my-blog.html

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  57. I remember eating it at Rammurty aunty's place at Nagpur. Thanks.

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  58. I have tried other recipes using arbi, and this was the best one . I made this dish and was awesome.

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