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Thursday, August 23, 2012

     seppankizhangu+varuval+recipe
   I am sure all of us has a crave for deep fried stuffs sometimes. Seppankizhangu/ colocasia/ arbi is one perfect veggie to do varuval. It tastes divinely as accompaniment in a “full meals”Drooling. Usually I make it in tawa, but this time tried deep frying. Came out very nice. Ofcourse it should come out delicious, what do you mean? Is there any deep fried eatable not delicious? Cool. I like the curry we make with this, even like it if we add it in mor kuzhambu.

seppankizhangu+varuval-recipe

Ingredients (serves 4)

Colocasia / arbi/ seppankizhangu 15-18
Sambar powder 2 tsp heaped
Salt 1 tsp
Turmeric 1/4 tsp
Rice flour 2 tsp
Corn flour 1 tsp
Oil For deep frying

 

Method

  1. Wash and pressure cook seppankizhangu with 3/4 cup of water upto 2 - 3 whistles. Peel off the skin and slit into two.1-seppankizhangu-fry
  2. In a wide bowl/ plate, spread the kizhangu and sprinkle other ingredients except oil and mix.2-seppankizhangu-varuval
  3. Deep fry in hot oil until both sides gets golden brown fried. Turn in between to make sure it gets cooked evenly. Drain in paper towels to get rid of excess oil.3-colacasia-fry
  Serve hot as accompaniment for rice. Crispy out and soft inside varuval anyone?. I took a bite as I could not resist while clicking…
crispy-seppankizhangu-fries
Notes
  • You can add fennel powder and crushed garlic along with the ingredients.
  • You can make the same in tawa /dosa pan too.
  • While pressure cooking the arbi/seppankizhangu, make sure you pressure cook just right, otherwise, fry wont turn good if its cooked mushy. If you are keeping along with rice, keep less water. This will prevent from over cooking of the veggie.

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51 comments:

  1. Crispy and delicious arbi fry...Loved the use of sambar powder..

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  2. Looks delicious. We do it slightly ulta method. We fry it first to crispy brown and then sprinkle salt and chilly powder :)

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  3. i love this a lot..should try it sometime.

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  4. You said it right,any thing deep fried ought to taste good:).Haven't tasted seppankizhangu yet and I think this recipe is a great one to start:)

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  5. Very tempting fry. It has been a long time since i made this. My mom is an expert in making this. This one makes me drool as it is lunch time here.:(

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  6. crispy and yummy! I don't fry it in the oil but rest of the masala is more or less same.. You have tempted me to try out deep fry version

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  7. Wow! My Favourite. We make it in the same way.

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  8. Looks yummy raks...Goes well with phulkas/parathas too by adding ajwain/carom seeds,dhaniya powder & amchur powder to the above ingredients.

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  9. Arbi fry looks so tempting...feel like grabbing it off the screen

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  10. i love this a lot..but i wont add sambar powder instead i add chilly powder...will try adding this next time.

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  11. my mom in law makes this really well. we eat it like chips :D

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  12. Looks delicious, love anything spicy and fried for this weather!

    Appetite Treats

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  13. Your fried version looks so appealing..noted the addition of sambar powder here. Lovely clicks

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  14. I never deep fried arbi....this looks simple and delectable....

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  15. Very yummy fry... Makes me feel hungry

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  16. :-) I finish this in a minute. will eat like chips. Truly tempting.

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  17. Will def try this too tempting

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  18. really yummy n lovely arbi fry....

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  19. wow very tempting,pls pass them:)

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  20. I do in same way, except sambar powder i add different spices. Some time I deep fry then add salt and chilli powder. Love both the ways , now I am craving seeing ur pictures.

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  21. Oooh, love this - its my favourite. My mil makes it this way, I tend to shallow fry.

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  22. My mom makes this deep fried version which is my favorite.... from the time i was a kid. I make the baked version as a trade-off :)
    Such beautiful pictures Raks.

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  23. WOWW.... IM DROOLING HERE.. :) fstsnap is amazing :)

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  24. wow..looks super yummy..SLurp...i will try iot next time.

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  25. Like all your recipes.. I've tried many of them and it turned out very well.. Thanks.. You are a great cook and an excellent photographer..great going Raks.. looking forward for more recipes from you..

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  26. looks very tempting...will try it for sure but will toast it in tawa ;)

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  27. After seeing these pics,am nw craving 2 eat those arbi.
    But I've nvr tried d deep fried version-these golden arbi's looks great!!
    I used 2 add half a teaspoon ginger garlic paste which gives a nice flavour.

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  28. I boil it along with a little tamarind so that if the itchy quality that this vegetable sometimes has is removed... I am not sure it sounds right, but I think you know what I mean!!

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  29. My husband LOVES this! but whenever I make this its becomes itchy in the throat :(

    Seppankizhangu Toast looks del!! :)

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  30. radha, bharathy, this one will not be itchy, thats different one - senai kizhangu only will be itchy.:) this one is different :)

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  31. I want to finish those irresistible fries,tempting..

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  32. Looks delicious and mouth-watering! Ideal snack during the monsoon season.

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  33. Just awesome! Love the way you made it. Very crispy and tempting.

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  34. My hubby loves this..I try to make it well..not tried deep frying though...I shallow fry it ...but of course needs a lot of oil..

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  35. This is my fav anytime...can have it even as such :) First click makes me drooolll

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  37. Hi, i make this in volk with a table spoon more oil than usual with same ingrediants as u mentioned. Tastes excellent with rasam.

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  38. Does it get tender by just frying or does it need to be boiled first?Looks yummy must try it sometime soon

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  39. I first cook it then only fry it

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  40. Hi Raks, is there any sustitute for rice flour ? and can dat substitute be used in fried ladies finger as well ? Thanks :)

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    1. You can try using Besan flour and see. But do not skip corn glour.

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  41. Hai iam VijiJayaKkjvg from chennai.i came to know about your site through jeyasrikitchen .wow! There are so many s implement. Sout h indian varaiites in your recepie index.good job.

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  42. i try this receipe, its simply super. combination is great.

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  43. hai, iam nagamani from pondy. all ur menus are very super. we r waiting for ur next lunch receipe be quick. thanks for ur receipes.

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  44. Lovely fry raji and nice clicks of course.I used to do with the same ingredients .But i will not fry it.Just pan roasting it.

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