Thursday, March 31, 2011

Dry Arvi


Due to failure of internet i did not post early . all phones and internet was dead. i feel that without internet our daily work is stopped .we become so used to these services without them feel somthing missing.
This dish i prepared carefully as some time it never comes out perfect.now i saw my daughter used corn flour which make the arvi crispy and not stick to another this is really very useful and now i make it oftenly bec it is easy to make. i make it in two types witout onion only used dry masala with onion ginger garlic.  here i make dry without onion.its taste is good u can try it


Ingredients:
Arabi: 1/2 kg
Cornflour: 2 tbsp
Green chilies: 2-3
Coriander powder: 1 tbsp
Red chilli powder: 1/2 tsp
Turmeric powder: 1/2 tsp
Garam masala: 1/2 tsp
dry mango powder-1/2 tsp
Cooking oil: 4 tbsp
Salt: To taste
Coriander leaves for garnishing

Method:
Boil arbi in pressure cooker for only 2 whistles. Peel the skin after it cools down.
Now press arbi one by one in the palm using a cloth.
Coat arbi with cornflour.
Take 2 tbsp oil in non stick flat pan and shallow fry on slow fire till it becomes crisp.
Pour oil in a cooking pan and . Add coriander powder, turmeric powder,  and chilli powder and fry till it leaves oil.
Now add arabi with 1/2 cup water to mix it with masala and add salt. Add dry mango powder.
Add garam masala and mix.
Garnish with coriander and serve with hot chapatis or parathas or naan.


Tips:

1. Mix coriander powder, turmeric powder and chilli powder in a small quantity of water 5 minutes before adding to the pan. This leaves fresh masala taste and does not get burned.



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35 comments:

  1. Delicious looking- loved all the spices you used. Perfect with rotis :)
    US Masala

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  2. Yumm, tempting and great looking dry arbi..

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  3. Fry is very different. Perfect with rasam rice.

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  4. Wow this my hubby's fav...will try this version next time.

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  5. Looks gud liked ur version a lot

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  6. Wow spicy perfectly roasted n yummm ..

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  7. Internet has taken an important place in our daily routine...i start my day with a cup of tea and online news paper so can't imagine even a day without it...and the arvi is looking delicious.

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  8. love this snack.. looks so delicious...

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  9. Delicious fry..perfect with roti.

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  10. It looks absolutely delicious and crisp too.

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  11. Looks very delicious. I agree with you - we have come to depend so much on the internet that we forget we were once able to live without it!

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  12. Santosh look really delicious! have a lovely weekend, gloria

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  13. looks delicious, nice tip abt the cornflour!

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  14. That's a delicious looking arbi. I like the way you did without much oil....bookmarking this!

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  15. Aunty, it really looks yummy! It's kindling the appetite!

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  16. Mine always gets soo mushy Santosh. It never is perfect like yours turned out. Where am I going wrong? When i cook them I dont overcook; still they become mushy :(

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  17. Lovely dish I have not tried arbi .

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  18. The arbi is looking so good santosh, i have some in my pantry and will try ur version with it. I also sprinkle some roasted besan to get an extra crunch...thanks !

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  19. That looks so perfect. I will try out this method

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  20. this is a really different way of making arbi..never tried this before..looks so spicy and yummy and crisp

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  21. looks crispy and yummy! my favorite..using cornflour is nice idea. love it!

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    Receita maravilhosa... tudo de bom!!!
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  23. Spicy and new recipe to me. Awesome.

    Hamsamalini Chandrasekaran,
    http://indianyummykitchen.blogspot.com

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  24. aisa lagta hai jaise cutlet ka mausam aaya hai :)
    check out my blog, i also posted cutlets but potato.
    would be fun to have urs and mine devoured together :)

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