Friday, October 1, 2010

Shepankizhangu roast fry /Arvi roast fry


Ingredients:
Arvi - 1/2 kg
Red chilly powder - 2 tsps
Haldi powder - 1/4 tsp
Hing - 1/4 tsp
Salt as required
Besan - 2 tsps
Oil
Method:
Boil the arvis in a microwave bowl with water for 12-15 minutes.
Remove the skin and cut into small pieces.
Now marinate the arvi pieces with salt,haldi powder, red chilly powder,hing and besan and leave aside for some time.
Now pour sufficient oil in a kadai and put the arvi pieces little by little and deep fry in a low flame
Don't remove the arvi pieces soon but fry them in hot oil for some time.
Put all the fried arvi pieces in a bowl and serve.
You can have this arvi roast with rasam rice sambar rice or however you want.


35 comments:

  1. It has come out perfect and crisp . I luv it anytime

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  2. wowwwwwwwww... lovely recipe.. looks gr8 !!

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  3. Nice.. It was very late in life that I started liking arvi but once I started I can't stop. I will try your recipe.

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  4. Nice shepankizhangu roast Indu, I want to try it but afraid of itching while removing the skin.

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  5. Yumm, droolworthy and my fav roast..

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  6. I love this veggie...but hardly available here :-(
    Have to satisfy just by looking your tasty dish

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  7. lovely recipes here !esp the arvi fry !!
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  8. Yummy roast.Going to try in MV.Good tip.
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  9. What a coincindence...i made the same today..had it with rasam rice....yours look crisp and yumm

    Lavanya

    www.lavsblog.com

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  10. i love this..looks so perfect nd yummy!!

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  11. wow Mouthwatering receipe.

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  12. yummy arbi....this is the most popular arbi fry in this part of the country.

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  13. One of my favorites - never a bad time to eat. Love yours - perfect and crisp!

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  14. Hi there, glad i'm back to food blogging and to visit your lovely space. Love the way you have used your ingredients.

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  16. chama dumpa fry,it looks very tasty

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  17. Nice stuff here! I appreciate hearing your thoughts.

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  18. Looks spicy, yummy and tempting.

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  19. Hi,

    That look spicy and yummy...:)

    Dr.Sameena@

    http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  20. I have started loving chepankayangu only aftr my wedding...
    Love it roasted... we add a bit of dosa molagapidi to it also...

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  21. yummy ..I make it the same way, except that i add some fennel powder to it..

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