Colocasia Biscuit Fry / Cheppangizhangu Biscuit Fry (Guest Post - 3 By Jillu)

Charanya well known as Jillu from Jiya's Delicacy is our third guest contributor in "Be My ...

Charanya well known as Jillu from Jiya's Delicacy is our third guest contributor in "Be My Guest With A Guest Post". She is a homemaker and mother of a one and half year baby girl. Her passion and interest in cooking is because of 3 MOM's(Grand Mom, her Mom and her Mother-In-Law). Though she has started cooking in childhood, she started full-pledged cooking after marriage and loves to try different dishes. Here she presents to us one such creation colocasia/cheppangizhangu biscuit fry.


Ingredients:

Colocasia / Cheppangizhangu - 500 gms
Chilly powder - 1 tsp
Salt - As per taste
Besan flour - 1 cup
Oil - To fry

Preparation:

Boil Colocasia/Cheppangizhangu separately. Once done peel it off.
Cut them into round thin pieces.
Marinate the pieces with chilly powder and salt.
Then add besan flour and coat them well.
Heat oil in a pan and deep fry the mixed colocasia/cheppangizhangu.
Once fried, it is ready to be served.


Serving Options:

It's a very good starter. It can also be served with rice.

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  1. Looks delicious!!!! What is Colocasia/Cheppangizhangu???

    I did send you a recipe, but your email kicked back my message. I'm to late for submission, but it did get me to create something that I made for a friend!!!
    All the best,
    Suzanne

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    1. colocasia is nothing but taro. you can check out in net how it actually looks. Also the date for sending guest post is now extended till June 10th . You can send it right away :)

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  2. Nice, crispy colacasia.. we do the same with potatoes in Sindhi Cuisine..

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  3. Very delicious.. Lavanya I have sent my entry for the guest post...hope u have got it.

    foodydelight.com

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  4. Very Delicious..
    http://www.poornirecipes.blogspot.com

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  5. Hi Lavanya ,

    Taro fry inviting me:)

    Looks delicious...

    Keep on Lavanya >>.

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  6. Wow! I love this one. My grand mother used prepare this snack when we visited her in Mangalore. Your post reminds me of that!

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  7. Love this crispy taro root fry...my fav :)

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  8. Appetizing!!
    http://shwetainthekitchen.blogspot.com/

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  9. crisp and delicious taro fry

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  10. ok these names confuse me also
    colocasia is arbi in hindi right

    oops my above comment is sounding funny now

    hehe
    this looks delicious

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  11. My fav thing to make to go with onion sambar.

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