Sunday, February 28, 2010

Chamadumpa Fry


1lb chamadumpa cubes ( Boiled and peeled)
1 tbsp Urad dal
1tsp Jeera seeds
1tsp mustard seeds
1tsp red chilli powder
1/2 tsp corrinader powder
4 tbsp oil
salt to taste


Boil and peel chamadumpa and cut in to medium sized cubes.
Heat oil in the pan then add mustard, jeera, urad dal and fry for 2 minutes
Add chamadumpa cubes and fry till they get crispier on outside.
Add red chilli powder, and serve corrinader powder and salt.
Saute for another 5 minutes

Taro Root


Velva said...

Looks spicy and delicious.

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Alisa@Foodista said...

Yum! I love chamadumpa fry! Although it can get a little mushy when I fry it.You should try baking them too,It's really wonderful!I came across your site from the Foodieblogroll and if you won't mind, I'd love to guide Foodista widget at the end of this blog post and you're all set. Thanks!

Mini said...

Thanks for stopping by alisa.

uma said...

I like the name Chamadumpa for taro root... Arum is one of my favorites... am following ur blog for such recipes..

Mini said...


Thanks for stopping by.In Andhra pradesh we call taro root as chamadumpa or chamagadda. Taro root is my favourite too, I will post more recipes.