Arbi chamagaddapulusu
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Author vahchef Yield No Value
Published Feb 2, 2008 Cooking Time 1 hour
Recipe Type Veg-Main Preparation Time 30 min
Ingredient Other Standing Time 1 hour
Description: Arbi Chamagadda pulusu is a traditional dish of Andhra Pradesh where the Chamagadda (taro root) is cooked in a tamarind sauce, jaggery and spices.

Recipe of Arbi chamagaddapulusu

Ingredient Name Quantity Unit
Methi Seeds ,menthulu
Ginger Garlic Paste
Poppy Seed And Coconut Paste
Cumin
Mustard
Red Chilli Whole
Chilli Pdr
Turmeric
Chopped Onion
Tamarind
Taro Root,arbi,chamagadda 10 Numbers
Hing
Curry Leaves

Directions

  • Tararoot(Arbi) in Tamarind sauce Boil Arbi Cut Arbi into medium size peices after peeling them. Add some oil to pan\
Add 3 red chilli, 1/2 teaspoon mustard, 1/2 teaspoon methi, little bit methi seeds, and onions Add little salt, little hing, some green chilli,some curry leaves( important for this dish ) Add little turmeric, ginger garlic paste Add some tamarind juice to it ( add little first and taste to add as much as u like ) Add some water, coriander powder, chilli powder, little coconut and poppy seed paste
  •  Cover and cook for 10 minutes When froth disappears pulusu is ready. Add little sugar Add Arbi peices and add little water to cover Arbi. Arbi will thicken the sauce later. If you are eating it after 1 hour, you can leave it a little less thick. Taste sauce and add salt,sugar to your taste. This is important to get the best taste Eating it after 30 minutes makes it taste better
  • Ingredients 10 taro root,arbi,chamagadda 2 spoons of oil 3 red chilli whole 1/2 teaspoon mustard seeds 1/2 teaspoon cumin 1/2 teaspoon methi seeds 1.5 cups of chopped onion little hing 1 chopped green chilli 10 curry leaves 1/2 teaspoon turmeric 2 spoons combined ginger garlic paste lots of soaked tamarind to taste ( less if using tamarind paste ) 1 tablespoon coriander powder 1/2 tablespoon chilli pdr ( adjust to taste ) 1 spoon poppy seed paste 1 spoon coconut paste 1 teaspoon sugar 1/2 cup chopped coriander leaves
Posted Feb 2, 2008

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5 Comments

Murali Bellamkonda Aug 25, 2009
I tried this pulusu with tomato the pulusu is awesome. Thanks Sanjay for maintaining this useful website and thanks for Srikanth for his recipe.

Anupama Nov 23, 2008
Vah Mr. Sanjay your videos are really awesome and I feel very homely ( as if I am watching one of my mother's recipes on line). I love them. Your Chamagadda pulusu made me really nostalgic as now I hv got adopted to completely different(vijw) cooking style (though I dont like it much) where as I have a different(telangana) taste . I love my mom's side dishes alot and your recipes take me back to my past days. Thankyou very much for that.

G.K.Manimala Nov 4, 2008
Its wonderful to see all your receipes chef and I made some of it like onionpakoda, bhajji,Arbi fry,Potato chips & French fries,Potato fry / Podimas. It Came out really good. Since I am a Beginner many People in my home appreciated me and said continue your good work. This credit goes to you chef. Thank you very much chef. I Love you and your receipes. Once Again Thanks ,Thankyou very much.

kishore Aug 29, 2008
dude, at this rate, if you show the dishes, trust me, all i will do at work is think about what to cook tonight...keep it up man.

i am excited even without trying.

Satya Apr 18, 2008
We tried this pulusu with Bhendi and also sweet potato (with sweet potato we didnt add sugar).It came out very very good.All of my friends liked.Kudos to Sanjay and vahrevah....

Cheers
Satya

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