Protein Rich Food -Breakfast recipes: Arbi (Colocasia) kabab

Generally we prepare kababs with potatoes, but in today’s recipe instead of potatoes I used Arbi (colocasia) to prepare kababs. Usually kids don’t eat Arbi (colocasia), sweet potatoes, soybeans; you can prepare kababs through it also. It is the healthy as well as nutritious breakfast recipes. Kids will definitely love it. It is very simple recipe to prepare.

Arbi Kabab

Main ingredient of Arbi (colocasia) kabab is Arbi (colocasia).

Arbi is also known as taro vegetable, champadumpa in Telugu. Arbi (colocasia) is crunchy, starchy and fleshy roots vegetable. It is packed with antioxidants, vitamins and minerals and dietary fibers. This root vegetable is free from Gluten. It comes into low glycemic index food category as well as it is loaded with dietary fibers which is best food for diabetes treatment.

Health benefits of Arbi (colocasia) kababs

  • It is rich source of vitamin C, helps to improve immune system.
  • It is rich source of dietary fiber, it improves the digestive system, prevents constipation.
  • It is loaded with vitamin A, and Vitamin B. It works as anti aging agents. Help to look you young and glowing.
  • It is rich in calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, copper and other nutrients.
  • It is protein rich food.

Serving size – 10 kabab

Total (Preparation+ cook) time – 30 minutes

Ingredients

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Arbi (colocasia) – 14 no (150 g)

Onion – 3 no

Maida (Refined wheat flour) – 2 tbsp

Corn flour – 1 tbsp

Chat masala – 1 tsp

Jeera – 1 tsp

Chili powder – 1 tsp (as per taste)

Ginger – 1 tsp

Garlic – 1 tsp

Garam masala – 1 tsp

Coriander leaves – 1 tbsp

Turmeric – a pinch

Salt – as per taste

Oil – for deep fry

 

Method

1-Boil the Arbi (colocasia).

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2-Peel Arbi (colocasia) keeps it aside, and chops onion and coriander leaves into small pieces.

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3-In bowl add cooked Arbi (colocasia) mash it , add chopped onion, chopped coriander leaves, garam masala, chili powder, ginger garlic paste, chat masala, turmeric, corn flour and salt mix it well.

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4-Mix this mixture.

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5-Shape the Arbi (colocasia) kabab. Arbi (colocasia) is very sticky vegetable, it will stick to your fingers, to prevent it use little oil to grease your palm and fingers. And shape the kabab.

6-Once you shape the kabab roll it into maida.

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7-In a pan add oil heat it. Add kababs and deep fry it.

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8-When these kababs fried take it out in a plate. Use tissue paper it will soak extra oil from kababs.

Delicious Arbi (colocasia) kababs are ready; serve with tomato ketchup or chili sauce.

 

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Nutritional Information of Arbi (colocasia) Kabab recipe

Energy kCal – 611.1,

Protein, gm – 11.5,

Carbohydrates, gm – 68.6,

Fat, gm – 32.1,

Dietary Fiber, gm – 4.7,

Vitamin A, mcg – 1147.1,

Vitamin B1, mg – 0.4,

Vitamin B2, mg – 0.1,

Vitamin B3, mg – 2.4,

Vitamin B6, mg – 0.0,

Vitamin B9 Folic Acid, mcg – 87.4,

Vitamin B12, mcg – 0.0,

Vitamin C, mg – 25.3,

Vitamin D, mcg – 0.0,

Vitamin E, mg – 1.6,

Vitamin K, mcg – 46.5,

Calcium, mg – 186.6,

Phosphorus, mg – 398.0,

Iron, mg – 4.0,

Magnesium, mg – 125.9,

Copper, mcg – 499.2,

Manganese, mg – 1.1,

Molybdenum, mcg – 175.4,

Zinc, mg – 1.4,

Chromium, mcg – 14.9,

Selenium, mcg – 7.4,

Omega 3, mg – 0.0,

Omega 6, mg – 9600.0

 

 

 

 

 

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