Monday, October 4, 2010

Chembu Roast (Taro / Colocasia Roast)

Taro corms are edible in many ways, as an ingredient in curries, steam-cook, roast, fry or deep fry. This time I decided to roast it with lots of chilli powder. The taro that I got from the Indian grocery store here tasted a little bit different from the taro we used to get in Kerala; may be it's a different variety of taro!
Recipe courtesy: Food with a pinch of love
I used only taro here and avoided potatoes as suggested in the recipe. I'm sure it will taste even better with potatoes. Next time I'm going to try that.

7 comments:

Kairali sisters said...

Ohh enike othiri eshtamanithu, but evide chembu kittilalo :-(

Santosh Bangar said...

looking very tasty and delicious

Sarah Naveen said...

Oh i love this..yummy!!

Yummy Team said...

Evide chembu kittum pakshe njan chembu asthram and mezhukupuratti mathram try cheythittullu..This looks delicious..Will give it a try next time..

Priya said...

Droolworthy and beautiful looking roast..

Nitha said...

kollallo.. adipoli..

Cooking Blog Indexer said...

Kairali sis, Santoshji, Sarah, Yummy Team, Priya, nitha...thanks for stopping by...