Feb 21, 2012

Taro Root Chips/ Taro Golden Coins/ Arbi Chips

Today is 6th day of Blogging Marathon chips theme……my chips name is “TARO GOLDEN COINS” and in simply word you can say Taro Root Chips/ Arbi chips. In India, Taro Root know by the name of Eddoe, Taro and Arbi or Arvi in Hindi..
Taro is a root vegetable that is eaten in many different cultures around the world and has a rich history, with many possible recipes. The leaves of the taro plant are also used as a vegetable. Taro root is easily digestible and the leaves are a good source of vitamins A and C. Taro is nutritious, and is an excellent source of potassium, which is an essential mineral for many bodily functions. Taro also contains some calcium, vitamin C, vitamin E and B vitamins, as well as magnesium, manganese and copper.
How to cook taro root chips/ coins read further…

5 med. Sized taro root (arbi)
1 tbsp. plain flour (maida)
Salt to taste
Black pepper
Chaat masala
Oil for deep frying

Wash and peel the taro root and chop with the help of fine and sharp knife in round shape and again wash this round shaped chips in water.  Remove the excess water with the help of kitchen towel.
Add flour, salt, pepper powder and oregano in bowl and coat the chips in flour mixture.
Heat the vegetable oil in the deep vessel or pan and when oil is hot enough, fry the chips until more crispy and color become golden, near about 15 minutes.
Remove the chips on the kitchen towel and absorb excess oil. Sprinkle little salt, chaat masala.
Serve these taro golden coins with hot tea….Enjoy Happy eve snack...

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  1. simple n yummy. would love it with curd rice

  2. wow! love these chips but never made them at home!

  3. Hi, first time here and now following u.

    Love these chips with dal and paratha.



  4. love the crispness , love to have with rasam rice.

  5. So yummy n crispy chips,looks so tempting.

  6. never tasted ...
    but seemz delicious with oregano... :)
    Thank U for linking @ Holi Hai

  7. Hmmm, that looks so yummy! Thank you for linking with Any One Can Cook :)

  8. yeh simple bhi hai aur tasty bhi!!


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