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Masala Arbi is an Indian dish made with taro roots, commonly eaten in Punjab. This dish is a dream for all my friends on a vegan and gluten-free diet. For me, it brings back memories of my childhood best friend and I going home after a long day of school and eagerly waiting to eat my mother’s Masala Arbi with fresh parathas. It’s funny how I can feel the taste on my tongue as I reminisce.
With a bit of help from my mom, I was able to recreate this recipe for my daughter, and it quickly became her favorite thing to eat! This Punjabi Masala Arbi is a drier sabzi belonging to the north of India, where spices are cooked in an onion and tomato base. I hope this dish brings you just as much joy as it has brought generations in my family. You can try my family’s version on Shef.com!
- Shef Pooja B.