Chembu Masala | Colocasia Masala | Taro Masala

by SobhaKesavan
Chembu Masala | Colocasia Masala | Taro Masala
Chembu Masala is a semi gravy type masala dish, which goes well with roti, rice varieties, poori etc. The dish is tasty, spicy and slightly tangy. Chembu also called as Taro root is the most favorite vegetable of many of us. In Kerala almost all houses have colocasia plants in their backyard. Chembu Masala is a very simple recipe that can be made in a jiffy and tastes delicious. Working mothers and bachelors can count on the dish when they are facing busy schedules. Kids love Colocasia Masala and you can adjust the hot flavor as per their liking. Colocasia Masala is a nutritious dish and you can note the dish in your menu. Also termed Taro Masala, you can discover a well detailed recipe here that can be easily prepared at home.
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Chembu Masala | Colocasia Masala | Taro Masala
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Cuisine Kerala
Prep Time 30 minutes
Servings
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Ingredients
Cuisine Kerala
Prep Time 30 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
Votes: 1
Rating: 4
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Instructions
  1. Boil the Chembu (Colocasia/Aarbi) and then put them in normal water for some time, peel and keep them separately.
    Chembu Masala | Colocasia Masala | Taro Masala – pachakam.com
  2. Heat Oil in a Cheenachatti/Kadai and add the cumin seeds into the hot oil.
    Chembu Masala | Colocasia Masala | Taro Masala – pachakam.com
  3. Add the chopped onion and stir well.
    Chembu Masala | Colocasia Masala | Taro Masala – pachakam.com
  4. When colour of the chopped onion turns into golden/brown, add the ground tomato and stir it further.
    Chembu Masala | Colocasia Masala | Taro Masala – pachakam.com
  5. Add Garam Masala powder, Red Chilli powder, Turmeric powder and Salt also and stir the mix well.
    Chembu Masala | Colocasia Masala | Taro Masala – pachakam.com
  6. When colour of the mix turns into golden/brown, add 2 - 3 cups of water and allow to boil the mix for about another five minutes.
    Chembu Masala | Colocasia Masala | Taro Masala – pachakam.com
  7. After about five minutes, add the cooked and peeled Chembu (Colocasia/Aarbi) into this gravy and boil it for another 5-10 minutes. The delicious masala dish is ready.
    Chembu Masala | Colocasia Masala | Taro Masala – pachakam.com
  8. Cut Coriander leaves into small pieces and garnish the dish with these pieces. This Masala can be served as side-dish for Chappathi/Poori and cooked Rice etc.
    Chembu Masala | Colocasia Masala | Taro Masala – pachakam.com
Recipe Notes

You can visit this link Chena Errisery. You can also visit this link Chembu Moru Curry.

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