Monday, October 15, 2012

SEPPANKIZHANGU FRY RECIPE | ARBI FRY

SEPPANKIZHANGU VARUVAL

Seppankizhangu is one of the rare vegetable which i cook in my kitchen. My kids and hubby are not a big fan of seppankizhangu, but since i love this a most i make it a point to cook this seppankizhangu at least once in six monthsSad smile. This time i made this after a very long time and i enjoyed it with Vendakkai Morkuzhambhu. Though my mom makes this in a different style, i tried it in the same way as i made the Pavakkai fry.

Seppankizhanghu fry

INGREDIENTS:

SEPPANKIZHANGU(ARBI) 300 GMS
RICE FLOUR 4-5 TBLSP
SAMBAR POWDER 1 – 2 TSP
SALT TO TASTE
BLACK PEPPER POWDER 1/4 TSP
TURMERIC POWDER 1/4 TSP
ASAFOETIDA A GENEROUS PINCH
OIL FOR DEEP FRY

Seppankizhanghu Fry 2

METHOD:

  • Par boil the seppankizhagu either in a pan or pressure cook for  1 whistle.
  • Cool it down and take out the skin.
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  • Cut the seppankizhangu into roundels and add the rice flour, pepper powder, salt, sambar powder, asafoetida and turmeric powder.
  • Mix well with your hands and refrigerate this for half an hour. I normally do this previous day night and fry this next morning.

arbi frystep 3

  • Heat the oil in a pan for deep frying.Fry them in batches till golden brown.
  • Drain them in a kitchen towel.
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  • This seppankizhangu fry will go well with sambar rice, rasam rice and curd rice too.

Seppankizhanghu Fry 1     

NOTE:

  1. Never over cook the seppankizhanghu , just parboil it .
  2. My mom just fry it without any spices and add red chilli powder and salt at the last.
  3. Add few drops of coconut oil at the last and mix well , to enhance the flavour.
  4. You can roast this in a tawa  too.
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25 comments:

  1. aha...attakasama iruku jayashri...

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  2. Mmm...nice recipe....Seppankizhangu is our family favorite vegetable

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  3. the first picture tempts me a lot, love it a lot :)

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  4. So yummy.. I love it too but fortunately my kids love it too :-)
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  5. loved it esp the base of the picture !

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  6. Love this ever with Sambar rice...
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  7. Looks delicious..love ur version...and nice combo with the mor kuzhumbu..nice..

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  8. Arbi fry is my most favorite fry..looks delicious

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  9. Love the way you did it ...adding rice flour is new for me ...looks yum and beautiful pics

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  10. Simply love this super delicious arbi fry, excellent side dish for sambhar, makes me drool.

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  11. Such a spread with arbi fry,makes me hungry again:)

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  12. Super inviting..Join me in Fast Food - Vermicilli event here : http://easy2cookrecipes.blogspot.in/2012/10/fast-food-event-vermixilli-for-october.html

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  13. that is so yummy and crispy!!

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  14. My favorite one dear... Lovely clicks

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  15. This looks super yummy and love the beautiful clicks. Nice post. Have never had it before. Very well explained

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  16. I never tried arbi this way...looks crispy and delectable.....yellow ramekin looks beautiful....

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  17. really crispy and delicious. I have never tasted arbi with sambhar powder. will try it soon.

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  18. looks great.. drooling here :)

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  19. soooper temtpting recipe...
    drooling here...
    Tasty Appetite

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  20. Delicious arbi fry...Never prepared it this way...will try sometimes..Lovely clicks...

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  21. Nice recipe. delicious :)

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  22. Amma makes a similar version but we toast it in tawa...ur version sounds and looks so crispy can snack it on....hmm s nonstop

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