You'll find very few takers for arbi dishes in an Indian spread. It is not as popular as other foods like paneer and aloo but that doesn't take away its own exclusive taste that it brings to the meal. Mostly, arbi is made by frying or roasting them with spices or simply dousing them in a simple seasoned gravy. Given the soft, cushiony texture of arbi and its creamy taste, you can do a lot more with it to give it the recognition it truly deserves. This recipe of arbi tamatar does it just right.
Arbi (also known as taro root or colocasia) is very rich in fibre content and is great for your digestive system. Given its high antioxidant level, this vegetable is also good for your immune system. Combined with tomatoes, which is another antioxidant-rich food, this dish of arbi tamatar is a must-have in your healthy Indian diet.
The recipe video from NDTV Food YouTube channel demonstrates a simple way to make this arbi sabzi that will make you like this healthy vegetable a lot more. Boiled arbi is cooked in a tangy gravy of onion and tomatoes, which is seasoned with mustard seeds, green chillies, ginger, garlic and other common spices. A handful of fried urad dal lends some crunch to it and lemon juice adds a splash of freshness and sourness. This abri tamatar recipe is just what you need to make arbi a delectable eat that is sure to be loved by all. Do give it a try.
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