Taro / Colocasia / Arbi or Ghuiya Curry( Raseele ) Recipe

Serve the colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan gravy recipe hot.
Serve the colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan gravy recipe hot.
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Taro / Colocasia / Arbi or Ghuiya Curry( Raseele ) Recipe

Colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan is often enjoyed by people, it can also be made with spices, curd and plain, it can be made as well as the dry vegetable of colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan and it is delicious to eat colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan gravy recipe too.
Today, we will see how to make the gravy recipe of colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan. Follow the below method step by step to make colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan gravy recipe…
Course Breakfast, Dinner, Indian, Lunch, Main Course, Main Dish, Side Dish, Snacks
Cuisine American, Breakfast, dinner, Indian, Main, Mexican
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Servings 4 People
Calories 88kcal
Cost 30 rupee

Equipment

  • Kadhai / Fry Pan
  • Spatula
  • Knife
  • Plate
  • Bowl
  • Spoon

Ingredients

  • 10-12 unit Taro/ Colocasia/ Ghuiyan/ Arbi, or 200 grams
  • 1 unit Big Onion / Bada Pyaz, or 100 grams
  • 1 tsp Turmeric Powder/ Haldi Powder
  • 1 tsp Coriander / Dhaniya Powder
  • 1 pinch Asafoetida / Heeng
  • 1/2 tsp Carom / Ajwain Seeds
  • 1/2 tsp Cumin/ Jeera Seeds
  • 3 tsp Oil / Tel
  • 1 unit Green Chili / Hari Mirch
  • 7-8 unit Garlic / Lahsun
  • 1/4 tsp Garam Masala Powder
  • 1/2 tsp Red Chili Powder / Lal Mirch Powder
  • 1 tsp Raw Mango Powder/Amchur Powder
  • 1/2 tsp Chat Masala Powder
  • as per taste Salt / Namak

Instructions

  • Take about 200 grams or 10 or 12 colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan to make colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan gravy vegetables.
  • Peel off the taro/ colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan with knives.
    Peel off the taro/ colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan with knives.
  • Rinse the colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan well with water.
  • Keep in mind that there is no soil left in the colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan.
  • Cut the colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan into round slices.
    Cut the colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan into round slices.
  • Take a large onion or about 100 grams of onion, finely chop the onion.
    Take a large onion or about 100 grams of onion, finely chop the onion.
  • Peel 6 to 4 garlic and finely chop. Then add chopped garlic, chopped green chili and chopped ginger.
    Peel 6 to 4 garlic and finely chop. Then add chopped garlic, chopped green chili and chopped ginger.
  • Cut 3 teaspoons green coriander leaves.
    Cut 3 teaspoons green coriander leaves.
  • Put the kadhai/ fry pan on the gas.
    Put the kadhai/ fry pan on the gas.
  •  Put two to three teaspoons of oil in the kadhai/ fry pan.
     Put two to three teaspoons of oil in the kadhai/ fry pan.
  •  Turn the flame on high.
  • Put 1/2 spoon of cumin/ jeera seeds in the kadhai/ fry pan.
    Put one spoon of cumin/ jeera seeds in the kadhai/ fry pan.
  • When the cumin starts crackling, then add 1/2 spoon of carom/ ajwain seed.
    When the cumin starts crackling, then add 1/2 spoon of carom/ ajwain seed.
  • Add a pinch of asafoetida in kadhai/ fry pan.
    Add a pinch of asafoetida in kadhai/ fry pan.
  • Add chopped green chili, garlic, ginger to the kadhai/ fry pan.
    Add chopped green chili, garlic, ginger to the kadhai/ fry pan.
  •  Fry ginger and garlic well.
     Fry ginger and garlic well.
  • Add finely chopped onion in kadhai/ fry pan once the ginger and garlic are fried.
    Add finely chopped onion in kadhai/ fry pan once the ginger and garlic are fried. Fry the onion.
  • Fry the onion.
    Fry the onion.
  • Fry the onion till light brown.
    Fry the onion till light brown.
  • When onion turns light brown, add one spoon turmeric powder to it.
    When onion turns light brown, add one spoon turmeric powder to it.
  • Mix turmeric powder with onion.
  • After this, add chopped colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan in the kadhai/ fry pan.
    After this, add chopped colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan in the kadhai/ fry pan.
  • Mix the colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan well in the onion.
    Mix the colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan well in the onion.
  • After this, add salt in colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan and mix salt well in colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan.
    After this, add salt in colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan and mix salt well in colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan.
  • After this, add salt in colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan and mix salt well in colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan.
  • After this, add 150 grams or one cup of water in colocasia/ arbi or ghuiyan.
    After this, add 150 grams or one cup of water in colocasia/ arbi or ghuiyan.
  • After this, add 150 grams or one cup of water in colocasia/ arbi or ghuiyan.
  • Cover the kadhai/ fry pan with a plate.
    Cover the kadhai/ fry pan with a plate.
  • Turn down the flame to medium.
  • Remove the plate from the kadhai/ fry pan after 10 minutes, stir the colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan with a spoon.
    Remove the plate from the kadhai/ fry pan after 10 minutes, stir the colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan with a spoon.
  • Now put 400 grams or 2.5 cups of water in the kadhai/ fry pan. If you want more stock then you can add a half cup of more water.
    Now put 400 grams or 2.5 cups of water in the kadhai/ fry pan. If you want more stock then you can add a half cup of more water.
  • Keep the flame on medium.
  • Add 1 teaspoon of coriander powder.
    Add 1 teaspoon of coriander powder.
  • Add 1/4 teaspoon garam masala powder, 1/2 teaspoon red chili powder in colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan.
    Add 1/4 teaspoon garam masala powder, 1/2 teaspoon red chili powder in colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan.
  • Mix the spices well.
    Mix the spices well.
  • Mix the spices well.
  • Cover the kadhai/ fry pan again with a plate.
    Cover the kadhai/ fry pan again with a plate.
  • Remove the plate of kadhai/ fry pan after 7 to 8 minutes.
    Remove the plate of kadhai/ fry pan after 7 to 4 minutes.
  • Press colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan with a spoon to see if colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan is cooked or not.
  • Add about a teaspoon of raw mango/ khatai powder to the colocasia/ arbi or ghuiyan.
    Add about a teaspoon of raw mango/ khatai powder to the colocasia/ arbi or ghuiyan.
  • Add 1/4 teaspoon of chat masala powder with it, if you do not want to add chat masala powder then do not add chat masala powder.
  • Mix raw mango/ khatai powder and chat masala powder well. Turn down the flame.
    Mix raw mango/ khatai powder and chat masala powder well. Turn down the flame.
  • Allow the curry recipe to cook on low heat for 2 to 3 minutes.
  • Add chopped coriander to the curry.
  • Serve the colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan gravy recipe hot.
    Serve the colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan gravy recipe hot.
  • Eat colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan gravy recipe with roti, paratha, and poori.

Arbi(Ghuiya)/Arvi Ki Upavasa Ki Sookhi Sabji/ Colocasia Fasting Dry Recipe

Take out the fried colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi in a plate.
Serve the fried colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi with curd or raita and chutney.
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Arbi(Ghuiya)/Arvi Ki Upavasa Ki Sookhi Sabji/ Colocasia Fasting Dry Recipe

All have their own ways of fasting. Some people drink only water and some eat at one time a day.
The question of what to eat or not to eat during fasting is always in mind.
One should always try that whatever we eat should be light.
Rock salt is used in fasting.
Colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi in fasting is a very good option.
Where the colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi are mild in food, it is also very beneficial for health.
Follow the below method step by step to make fasting colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi dry recipe…
Course Breakfast, Dinner, Indian, Lunch, Main Course, Main Dish
Cuisine Indian, Main
Prep Time 1 minute
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 21 minutes
Servings 4 people
Calories 90kcal
Cost 25 rupee

Equipment

  • Pressure Cooker
  • Kadhai / Fry Pan
  • Knife
  • Plate
  • Spatula

Ingredients

  • 400 grams Colocasia/ Ghuiyaan / Arbi
  • 2 tsp Desi Ghee / Fresh Butter
  • 1 tsp Cumin Seed / Jeera
  • 1/2 tsp Carom / Ajwain Seeds
  • 4 unit Green Chili / Hari Mirch
  • 2 tsp Coriander leaves / Dhaniya Patti
  • as per taste Fasting Salt / Sendha Namak / Rock Salt

Instructions

  • Take 400 grams of colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi to make colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi recipe.
  • Wash and put the knives in the pressure cooker.
  • Pour water into the cooker, the water level should be half an inch higher than the level of the colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi.
    Take Arabic first. Put the arbi in the cooker and add water. Close the cooker's lid and put it on the gas. Allow a whistle in the cooker. If the Arabic is too stiff then apply two whistles.
  • Close the cooker's lid and put it on the gas.
  • Turn the flame on high.
  • When 2 whistles come in the cooker, turn off the gas.
  • If the colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi are very tight, allow one more whistle.
  • When the pressure of the cooker drops. Then open the lid and pour cold water.
    When the pressure in the cooker comes out, remove the peel of the Arabic.
  • Peel the colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi and cut it into rounds.
    Peel the colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi and cut it into rounds.
  • Finely chop 3 green chilies.
    Finely chop 3 green chilies.
  • Finely chop 3 tsp green coriander leaves.
    Finely chop 3 tsp green coriander leaves.
  • Put a kadhai/ fry pan on the gas.
    Put a kadhai/ fry pan on the gas.
  • Add 2 tablespoons of desi ghee in the kadhai/ fry pan.
    Add 2 tablespoons of desi ghee in the kadhai/ fry pan.
  • Desi ghee can be added more or less according to your taste.
  • When the ghee becomes hot, add one spoon cumin seeds to the ghee.
    When the ghee becomes hot, add one spoon cumin seeds to the ghee.
  • When the cumin starts crackling, add carom/ajwain seeds.
    When the cumin starts crackling, add carom/ajwain seeds.
  • After that, add chopped green chilies in the kadhai/ fry pan.
    After that, add chopped green chilies in the kadhai/ fry pan.
  • Fry the green chilies.
    Fry the green chilies.
  • When the green chilies are fried, add the chopped colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi in the kadhai/ fry pan.
    When the green chilies are fried, add the chopped colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi in the kadhai/ fry pan.
  • Stir the colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi with a spatula.
    Stir the colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi with a spatula.
  • Add rock salt/ senda namak to the colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi.
    Add rock salt/ senda namak to the colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi.
  • Stir the rock salt/ senda namak well in the colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi.
    Stir the rock salt/ senda namak well in the colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi.
  • Cover the kadhai/ fry pan with lid.
    Cover the kadhai/ fry pan with lid.
  • Open the lid after 2 minutes.
    Open the lid after 2 minutes.
  • Fry the colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi well.
  • Keep stirring the colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi in continuously.
    Keep stirring the colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi in continuously.
  • Fry the colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi till it becomes light brown.
    Fry the colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi till it becomes light brown.
  • When the curry turns light brown, add chopped coriander to the fried colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi.
    When the curry turns light brown, add chopped coriander to the fried colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi.
  • Add green coriander to the kadhai/ fry pan and mix well.
    Add green coriander to the kadhai/ fry pan and mix well.
  • Sprinkle 3 tsp juice of the lemon on fried colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi.
  • Mix well.
  • After that turn off the gas.
    After that turn off the gas.
  • Take out the fried colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi in a plate.
    Take out the fried colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi in a plate.
  • Serve the fried colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi with curd or raita and chutney.
    Serve the fried colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi with curd or raita and chutney.

Notes

You can also try recipe’s of colocasia/ arbi/ taro …
  1. Colocasia/ arbi/ taro ghuiya curry recipe
  2. Yogurt colocasia/ Dahi arbi/ Dahi ghuiya Recipe

Aloo Sabji / Potato Gravy Curry Upavasa

Aloo Sabji / Potato Gravy Curry Upavasa
Aloo Sabji / Potato Gravy Curry Upavasa
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Aloo Sabji / Potato Gravy Curry Upavasa

Aloo gravy sabzi / Potato Gravy Curry is very easy to make. It goes well for fasting / upavasa.
There are so many fast, where you can have one time meal.
This curry is very good for that purpose.
You can enjoy this curry with paratha or alone in Somvar fasting or Pradosh fasting, Friday Vaibhavlakshmi fasting or any fast.
This recipe includes potato, tamarind, fasting salt, red chilly. It well suits for all types of fast.
Even if you became boar to eat dal, regular sabzi/curry on a daily basis.
This sabzi/curry is a very good substitute. After having this curry with paratha or chapati.
You will enjoy it fully. Your mind will be full of satisfaction.
Its sour and spicy green chilly taste is very yummy and exotic.
Prepare one time, next time if you will even think of this curry.
It will fill your mouth with water.
Personally I will recommend having this curry with paratha.
Course Dinner, Indian, Lunch, Main Course, Main Dish, Side Dish, Snacks
Cuisine American, Chinese, French, Indian, Italian, Japanese, Main, Mediterranean
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Servings 5 People
Calories 2kcal

Equipment

  • Kadhai / Fry Pan
  • Spatula

Ingredients

  • 4 Unit Potato / Aloo, Boil Potato
  • 4 Unit Green Chilly / Hari Mirch
  • 3 Unit Whole Red Chilly / Lal Mirch
  • 3 tsp Tamarind Pulp / Imli Puree
  • 1 tsp cumin seed
  • 5 tsp Coriander leave / Dhaniya Patti, Chop Finely
  • 2 tsp Desi Ghee
  • as per taste Fasting Salt / Sendha Namak / Rock Salt, If you do not eat salt in fasting then avoid to add salt or if you are not making this recipe for fasting purpose then you can add normal salt

Instructions

  • First, take 4 potatoes and put with water in the cooker, the Water level should be the same as the level of potato in the cooker.
  • Pour tamarind into water 10 minutes, to create a tamarind pulp.
    Pour tamarind into water to create a tamarind pulp.
  • After that put tamarind into a mixer jar with little water.
    After that put tamarind into mixer jar with little water.
  • Grind the tamarind into the mixer and prepare pulp.
    Grind the tamarind into mixer and prepare pulp.
  • Peel off the potato, mash them with hand only.
    Peel off potato, mash potato by hand only.
  • Chop both green chilly and red chilly into pieces.
    Chop both green chilly and red chilly into pieces.
  • Put kadai or fry pan on the gas on the high flame.
    Add 2 tsp desi ghee in the kadai.
    Put kadai or fry pan on the gas on the high flame.
  • Check if the desi ghee is hot then add chopped chilly and cumin seed in the desi ghee.
    Check if the desi ghee is hot then add chopped chilly and cumin seed in the desi ghee.
  • Once cumin seed starts crackling and green chilly become a little fade in green color.
    After that add mashed potato into kadai.
    Once cumin seed starts crackling and green chilly become little fade in green color. After that add mashed potato into kadai.
  • Fry potato with a spatula.
    Fry potato with spatula.
  • Fry potato for one minute, after that, add 4 tbsp tamarind pulp, if you don't want more sourness then reduce the quantity of tamarind.
    Fry potato for one minute, after that add 4 tbsp tamarind pulp, if you don't want more sourness then reduce the quantity of tamarind.
  • Mix tamarind with a spatula.
    Mix tamarind with spatula.
  • After 30 seconds, add 400 grams of water.
    After 30 second add 400 grams of water.
  • Add fasting salt / senda salt to the curry. Let cook the curry on medium flame.
    Add salt to the curry. Let cook the curry on medium flame.
  • Meanwhile, similarly, chop the green coriander.
    Meanwhile chop the green coriander.
  • After that add the water in the curry if needed, In this curry, water should be more than the potato or content.
    At the same time sprinkle chopped green coriander.
    Add the water in the curry if needed, As In this curry water should be more than the potato or content. To make gravy little thick mash some potato in the curry.
  • Check if salt is proper, make it balance.
    To make gravy little thick mash some potato in the curry.
    Let cook curry for 15 minutes on the low medium flame.
    It will add flavor to the curry.
    Check if salt is proper, make it balance. To make gravy little thick mash some potato in the curry. Let cook curry for 15 minute on the low medium flame. It will add flavour to curry.
  • Once the curry is properly flavored.
    Transfer in the bowl and while serving sprinkle chopped green coriander.

Video

Notes

  1. If you do not want to add salt to curry, then you can skip that step.
  2. If you want to add more sourness to the curry, add more tamarind pulp or you can also add lemon juice in the end.
  3. This upavasa aloo sabji / Potato curry, you can enjoy with paratha, it goes very well with paratha.
  4. In fasting you can try this recipe with paratha
  5. You can also try with chapati or rice.
  6. This is multipurpose curry, you can enjoy in normal days and also in upavasa / fasting days.
  7. If you do not eat salt in fasting then avoid to add salt or if you are not making this recipe for fasting purpose then you can add normal salt

Dry Arbi/ Ghuiyan / Colocasia(Taro) Masala

Dry Arbi/ Ghuiyan / Colocasia(Taro) Masala Curry
Dry Arbi/ Ghuiyan / Colocasia(Taro) Masala Curry
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Dry Arbi/ Ghuiyan / Colocasia(Taro) Masala Curry

Despite its Hindi name, arvi or arbi or ghuiyya, which may suggest to a layperson a connection, with the Arab world, colocasia is one of the oldest vegetables of the Indian Subcontinent. Today we will learn to make Colocasia dry recipe…
Course Breakfast, Dinner, Indian, Lunch, Main Dish
Cuisine Breakfast, dinner, Indian, lunch, Main
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Servings 4 people
Calories 0.042kcal
Cost 25 rupee

Equipment

  • Pressure Cooker
  • Knife
  • Kadai / Fry Pan
  • Plate
  • Spatula

Ingredients

  • 10 unit colocasia
  • 2 unit green chilly, chop them
  • 1 tsp carom seed ( ajwain )
  • 1 unit onion
  • 4 cloves garlic
  • 1 inch ginger
  • 1 tsp coriander seed
  • 2 unit whole red chilly
  • salt as per taste
  • 2 tsp lemon juice , or 1 small tsp raw mango powder
  • 1 tsp coriander leaves
  • 1/4 tsp Fenugreek seed
  • 2 tsp Oil

Instructions

  • Take 10 unit of colocasia and wash them clean, Put them in cooker with water. Stop the gas after 1 whistle.
    raw colocasia
  • Grind onion, garlic, ginger, coriander seed, red chilli in mixer grinder. Prepare masala.
    masala dry
  • Chop colocasia in round shape.
  • Take fry pan (non stick is preferable ) . Add 2 tsp oil. Once the oil become hot. First add chopped chilly after 10 second add carom seed and fenugreek seed. Once they start crackling
    fry pan with spices
  • Put the masala in the fry pan.
    masala
  • Fry until it start releasing oil
    fry masala
  • Add arbi to the masala and mix with spatula
  • Cover the fry pan with plate
  • Remove the plate after 5 minute, close the plate again and open again after 5 minutes. Fry until arbi becomes crispy.
    remove the pan
  • Add lemon juice or mango powder, fry the arbi until it will be brown and crispy.
  • Now crispy colocasia (arbi) is ready , garnish with coriander leaves. Enjoy this crispy colocasia (arbi) with chapati or paratha.
    sookhi arbi

Video

Notes

  1. Arbi/colocasia vegetable is not only popular in general diet but also as a fruit, but due to its latter nature, we do not pay attention to its nutrients.
  2. 100 grams of Arbi/colocasia has 42 grams of calories, which is more than potatoes.
  3. Apart from this, it has many essential nutrients like 3.7 grams of fiber, five grams of protein, 648 milligrams of potassium, vitamin A, C, calcium and iron.
  4. Its digestion is easy because of the high fiber. It is beneficial for the skin due to the abundance of antioxidants. It is also beneficial for patients with diabetes.
You can also try few other recipe’s of colocasia/ arbi/ ghuiya…
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