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Arbi Curry

The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.
~ Marcel Proust

Some of the dishes are an accidental discovery, they tend to be the best recipes. 364 more words


Gluten-Free Taro Muffins

I gotta say this was one recipe that I was afraid wouldn’t work out.

It turned out delicious actually! A great afternoon snack or a quick bite for when you’re in a hurry, these muffins are filling but not heavy in the stomach. 559 more words


Chepangkizhanghu Fry (colocasia fry)


  • Chepangkizhanghu – 1/2 kg
  • Salt – to taste
  • Chilli powder – 3 teaspoon
  • Turmeric powder – 1/2 teaspoon
  • Oil – for frying

Preparation Method… 101 more words

South Indian Cooking

Arbi Cutlets or Taro root Cutlets - Vrat Special

Arbi Cutlets is simple and easy cutlet recipe made with boiled arbi which is known as Colocasia roots or taro root, singhare aata ( water chestnut flour), rock salt (Sendha namak ). 172 more words


Article: Taro

After I had taro in one of my Sakara breakfasts, I came upon this article on Mercola about this “bulbo-tuber.”

“Far from a being simply a cheap food source, taro is a bona fide superfood, containing high amounts of potassium, known to be a heart-healthy nutrient as it makes fluid transfers between your body’s membranes and tissues easier. 272 more words


Spiced Taro Root* crisps

* “Kolokasi” in Greek.

They are perfect! Crunchy, crispy and perfectly seasoned, they are the best company to a summer night’s drink. We Cypriots are used to eating taro root (kolokasi), braised in tomatoes and celery; A dish I must admit is one of my favourites. 118 more words


Dealing with a perpetually waterlogged garden

Most conventional vegetables don’t like very damp soil; constant and/or excessive water often causes their roots to rot, or root diseases to develop.  To make it worse (for you), stagnant water is the perfect breeding ground for mosquitoes and other waterborne insects. 216 more words