One of the primary vegetables consumed during Navrati fasting is Arbi (Taro roots/colocasia). This is a versatile ingredient that can be prepared in several different ways.
Sukhi Arbi Fry: If you want to keep it light then you should definitely try this dish which requires six ingredients and takes just 30 mins to make.
Arbi Masala: This is a nine-ingredient dish that goes well with pooris and parathas. Make sure to wash and boil the arbi properly before making the main preparation.
Arbi Curry: To make this satvik dish you will need arbi, ghee, tomato, green chillies, peanuts, ginger, sendha namak, carom seeds, coriander powder and chopped coriander leaves.
Arbi Methi Masala Dry: The two main ingredients of this dish are taro roots and fenugreek. It doesn't take much time to cook and can be accompanied by Indian flatbreads and roti’s or rice.
Sukhi Arbi: This is one of the easiest and most delicious arbi recipes that can either be eaten as a snack or with roti or poori.