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Easy Taro Root Roast/ Seppankizhangu Roast: Pressure Cooker Free Version

Written By Srimathi Mani on Monday, November 15, 2010 | 1:38 PM

With the onion kadhi I posted yesterday I served roasted taro root. I have another version of the taro root roast posted here, but this one is an easier version. Taro root is mostly pressure cooked and then roasted. I think this is kind of tricky. Sometimes, it gets mushy or under cooked. It is too much work if either happens. So yesterday, I tried the pressure cooker free version by peeling the taro root skin, cutting the root into thin slices and roasting them stove top. It turned out pretty good and all the gooey texture was easily tackled. If you have a lot to roast, I am sure broiling them will work just fine. So here is the pressure cooker free version for all those who do not own one and would still like to enjoy crunchy, roasted taro root/seppankizhangu. 


Gadgets:

Heavy Bottom Wok
Spatula
Cutting Board
Knife
Peeler
Measuring spoons and cups
Bowl

Ingredients:

Taro Root - 12
Salt
Turmeric Powder - 1/2 tsp
Chilli Powder / Sambar Powder - 1/2 tsp
Asafoetida - 1/4th tsp
Oil - 3 tbsp
Mustard Seeds - 1/2 tsp


Preparation:

1. Cut the edges of the taro root and peel the skin.

2. Cut into 1/2 cm discs of the root.

3. In a bowl add the taro root and coat it with 1 tbsp oil. Then sprinkle in the turmeric powder, chilli powder and salt and spread it well evenly over every piece.

4. Heat the wok to medium high and add 2 tbsp of oil, asafoetida and mustard seeds. Allow the seeds to pop and add the taro root and mix well. spread them evenly and roast them on medium heat. Serve hot with any kind of food.

16 comments:

  1. Love this version, I would also love it with my kadhi.

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  2. colorful, inviting n spicy taro root. love it:)

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  3. Taro roast is my fav...looks crispy n perfect

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  4. Everyone's favourite. Have come out perfect and crispy
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  5. My all time fav, very tempting and inviting..

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  6. wow, roast looks very attractive.

    Aaha Oho

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  7. We love it..It's been a while since I had this..

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  8. Nice recipe..will try your version..also loved your onion kadhi :)


    US Masala

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  9. My mom makes it and I love it.. your looks so delicious. yummy dish gets an award

    http://eatvegetarianbehealthy.blogspot.com/2010/11/simple-salad-comes-with-award.html

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  10. LOve this dish - so crispy and yummy!!

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  11. Mouth-watering pictures!

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  12. Nice blog and a great taro roast to savor.... Clicked here form Amrita's blog n it was fun reading your blog.

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  13. looks yummy... will try it out and give my official comment

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  14. Tried this recipe finally. Came out perfect. Thanks for showing an easier way of making this dish. Good job and thank you...

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  15. I love Taro, and urs looks nice n crunchy,specially nice to have in these chilly winters.

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  16. This version is so easy. I decided to make it at the last minute and it took hardy 10 minutes to cook. Was so relieved that I don't have to boil and peel. Thank you so much. It was crispy and yummy..

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