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Arbi (Arvi) Stir-Fry

Arum/Colocasia/Taro Root/Arvi/Arbi - 250 gms
Mustard seeds - 1/2 tsp
Turmeric/Haldi - 1/8 tsp
Asafoetida/Hing - 1/4 tsp
Tamarind - small pebble size
Cayenne pepper/Red chilli powder - about 1 tsp
Grated Coconut - 1 tbsp
Oil - 2 tbsp

1. Peel the arum root and dice it into bite sized pieces.  Apply few drops of oil to hands while cutting arum to avoid itching.
2. Cook the diced arum in about 2 cups water for about 5 minutes or till soft. Cooking time may vary.  Drain the water.
3. Heat about 2 tbsp oil in a pan/skillet. Add mustard seeds and asafoetida.  When mustard seeds pop, add cooked arum and tamarind.  Let the water evaporate.
4. Add salt, turmeric, cayenne pepper and stir till all the ingredients are mixed well.  Saute for a longer time with few more drops of oil to make arum crisp.
5. Garnish with grated coconut and serve as a side dish.


  1. Simple and nice, i love stir fry and i havent used arbi for it till now, looks delicious uma..

  2. I never tried Taro Root yet... Sounds very easy and tasty....

  3. looks yummy, never tried taro root, will try sometime,thanks uma

  4. I love this stir fry very much, makes me drool..

  5. Nice recipe..yummy stir fry,never tried adding tamarind..surely that will enhance the taste..

  6. simple,easy and delicious stir fry..

  7. Delicious arum fry. I am loving it.

  8. arbi fry looks delicious and I liked ur way of cooking it.

  9. Hy Uma,
    Am going to try this recipe...I like ur way of cooking dear...

  10. my hubby's fav...i use to prepare almost the same way.luks delicious.


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