Most of the sabzis we make at home require very little preparation and cooking time, like this dry arbi (taro root) sabzi. This sukhi arbi sabzi recipe too is really simple, doesn’t take more than 15-20 minutes of your time, and is nutritious and yummy at the same time. Arbi is one of my favorites and I prefer having it along with roti and some pickle, preferably aam ka achar. I give Devansh dry sabzis with roti and curd. He likes eating just the arbi pieces without roti too. I have carried this sabzi with me in a tiffin for Devansh while we are out traveling as it’s dry and non-messy.
Arbi or taro root provides us several health benefits. It’s helps improve our immune system, aids digestion, and is good for controlling blood pressure and sugar levels in blood. Loads of reasons for including it in toddlers’ and kids’ meals right? So I hope you try this sukhi (dry) arbi sabzi recipe, it helps you make a nutrition-packed meal without taking too much of your time.
Sukhi Arbi Sabzi (Taro Root Sabzi) Recipe
Prep time: 00:05 | Cook time: 00:10 | Total time: 00:15
This post was last modified on April 10, 2019 4:56 am
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