The arbi recipe is very common dish in north region. You can prepare dry or rase (gravy) wali arbi in north style. Arbi and its leaves are used in different ways in Indian cuisine such as patra, sukhi arbi, farali arbi stir fry, besan wali arbi and many more. You can call arbi or taro root or colocasia root which you can eat in fasting day as farali recipe.
To make this quick stir fry or sukhi arbi, just boiled and mix the arbi with spices, chilies and coriander. You can serve this arbi recipe with any Indian flatbread recipe such as paratha, poori or roti.
Taro roots can prove to be very beneficial for the ones who want to lose weight since this has very a low caloric content.
This root contains a good amount of fiber that is useful for the digestive process. This gives you a feeling of being full for a longer time even after a small meal. This helps to eliminate the wastes from the body and prevent re-occurance.
Here you can check other farali Recipe or Phalhar Recipe: Such as Apple Kheer, Kuttu Ki Poori, Aloo Ki Sabzi, Orange Kheer, Jeera Aloo, Samak Ki Kheer
250gm Abri or Taro Roots
2 Green Chilies, Chopped
2 Tbsps. Coriander, Chopped
1 Tsp. Ginger, Chopped
Rock Salt to Taste
1 Tsp. Cumin Seeds
1 Tsp. Coriander Powder
1/2 Tsp. Black Pepper Powder
1 Tbsp. Desi Ghee
How to Make Farali Sukhi Arbi:
Boil the arbi in pressure cooker with water till to 3-4 whistles. Now drain the water and peel off the skin. Cut the boiled arbi into diced or slices whatever you like. Heat the enough oil in pan and fry them till to little golden. Now heat the one tbsp oil or ghee in non-stick pan. Add cumin seeds, when they start splutter. Add green chilies, ginger and saute two seconds. Add diced arbi and spices and gently mix it. Add chopped coriander and mix well. Remove from the flame and Serve hot with kuttu ki poori or Indian breads.
Farali Arbi Fry
This arbi stir fry is great mix of boiled and fried arbi slices and tossed with green chilies, coriander and spices.
- 300gm Abri or Taro Roots
- 2 Green Chilies, Chopped
- 2 Tbsps. Coriander, Chopped
- 1 Tsp. Ginger, Chopped
- Rock Salt to Taste
- 1 Tsp. Coriander Powder
- 1 Tsp. Cumin Seeds
- Black Pepper Powder to taste
- 1 Tbsp. Desi Ghee
Boil the arbi in pressure cooker with water till to 3-4 whistles. Now drain the water and peel off the skin.
Cut the boiled arbi into diced or slices whatever you like.
Heat the enough oil in pan and fry them till to little golden.
Now heat the one tbsp oil or ghee in non-stick pan.
Add cumin seeds, when they start splutter. Add green chilies, ginger and saute two seconds.
Add diced arbi and spices and gently mix it. Add chopped coriander and mix well.
Remove from the flame and Serve hot with kuttu ki poori or Indian breads.
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14 thoughts on “Farali Arbi Fry ~ Vrat Wali Sukhi Arbi Fry”
Wow, that vrat thali looks highly inviting.. Farali arbi fry looks absolutely delicious and simple to dish out quickly while fasting..
The whole thali looks amazing with healthy and tasty dishes. Your version of arbi fry sounds delicious.
That is a wonderful recipe with arbi. And that thali looks amazing Preeti.
Arbi, the root vegge is a filling as all other root veggies. And this recipe looks so tasty. I would love it with Chapati.
That thali looks fantastic. Very filling one I am sure. Arbi fry is definitely a great addition to the thali.
the thali is delicious Preeti! I think the arbi fry is something delicious that I need to try.
I just love Arbi fry. I make the dish same way too.Good one.
That thali looks amazing Preeti and I love all the vrat ki dishes..I must make this sometime!
I love Arbi and this is such an addictive recipe using that. I can simply snack of those crispy and yummy arbi 🙂 🙂
I love arbi made this way and your whole platter looks so inviting that want to gorge on that
The arbhi looks so tasty and well made. The thali is very tempting…would love to grab a bite of it
arbi is one of the great fasting food, mouthwatering share on the festive season.
We all love Arbi fry in our house. Looks so delicious and that whole thali is just amazing.
yummilicious thali preeti! Those arbi look delicious!!