Seppankilangu / Colocasia Fry

I don't eat colocasia but use to cook at home for my hubby. when i saw this recipe in sujatha's blog, i really loved it and tried at home and the taste was really good!

Ingredients:
Colacasia (Seppankilangu) – ¼ kg
Onions – 1 (finely chopped)
Tomato - 1 (finely chopped)
Chilli Powder - 1 tsp or adjust it to ur taste
Mustard seeds – 1 tsp
Curry leaves - a few
Salt- to taste
Cooking Oil

Cooking Instructions:




Clean the colocasia well in water. Add colocasia and enough amount of water in a pressure cooker and let it to boil just for 2 or 3 whistles in high flame and switch off the flame. Do not let it to overcook at any cost. Immediately release the pressure of the cooker and open the lid and drain the excess water.

Peel off the skin and cut them into thin round slices. Heat a little oil in a pan and put few pieces of slices in it and deep fry them until it turns golden brown. Repeat the process for all the remaining slices.

Heat a tbsp of oil in a pan and sauté it with mustard seeds and curry leaves. Add onions and tomatoes and chilly powder and required amount of salt to it and fry until tomato is mashed well. Now add the fried colocasia to it and mix well and let it cook for 2 minutes. Switch off the flame and transfer it to the serving bowl.

Side Dish: Goes well with rice

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19 comments:

Nags said...

thanks for stopping by :)

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow simple yet delightful recipe.

VG said...

Never heard of this before. Thanks for sharing.

Yasmeen said...

Simple curry,looks spicy and tasty:)

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

This sounds so good. My fav too. YUM!

Happy Holidays........

Usha said...

Looks yum !

Smitha said...

We love this dish, planning to make it sometime this week

Preety said...

i like all those recipes which require minimum ingredient and also not a hassle to cook..this is the perfect recipe for that..hmmmmmm

*~*{Sameera}*~* said...

I have always loved this vegetable,thanks for sharing :)

Andhra Flavors said...

looks spicy and yummy.

sowmya said...

a favourite at home..looks good..

SriLekha said...

thank u everybody for ur lovely comments!

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

looks crisp and yummy.. perfect to go with rice and sambar.

Pooja said...

Thank you stopping by and leaving a message. Actually got the mesage in one of gloomiest periods of my life . Knowingly or unknowingly u made my day

rekhas kitchen said...

mmmm nice and crispy looks so yum

SriLekha said...

thanks everybody for ur lovely comments!

Nithya Praveen said...

My husband's fav vegetable....yummy:)

SriLekha said...

thanks nithya!

Pdsel said...

Thank you so much for the "detailed" recipe. Nobody else had given step by step details, and for someone like me, your blog was perfect. I knew what to expect and what not to do. And the curry came out so yummy, that my hubby and I wiped it clean off the tava...Kuddos to you.