Suran ki Sabji from Madhya Pradesh, India | Best Indian Food Blog | Elephant foot yam recipe

Suran ki Sabji from Madhya Pradesh, India | Best Indian Food Blog | Elephant foot yam recipe
Suran ki Sabji from Madhya Pradesh, India | Best Indian Food Blog | Elephant foot yam recipe

Location: Madhya Pradesh.

Preference: Veg.

Ingredients: Suran (Elephant foot yam), Water, Salt, Onion, Ginger, Garlic, Soyabean Oil, Cumin, Asafoetida, Bay Leaves, Red Chilli Powder, Turmeric Powder, Coriander Powder, Salt, Garam Masala, Mango Powder.

Recipe at a Glance:

Step 1: Peel off and chop suran.

Step 2: Boil chopped suran in water with salt and drain the stock.

Step 3: Chop onion.

Step 4: Make a paste of ginger, garlic and onion.

Step 5: Fry boiled suran in oil and keep aside.

Step 6: Fry cumin, asafoetida, bay leaves.

Step 7: Add chopped onion, turn and fry.

Step 8: Add paste, turn and fry.

Step 9: Add red chilli powder, turmeric powder, coriander powder, salt, turn and fry.

Step 10: Add fried suran, turn and fry.

Step 11: Add water, garam masala, mango powder, turn and cook. Video Help

It’s ready to serve, let’s taste.

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5 Comments Add yours

  1. Loveblossom says:

    I am also from M.P. but that’s my bad, I have never heard about this recipe.

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    1. You need not to feel bad, actually it is not possible to really know every Indian food for a single human being! Indian food culture change after every 20 kilometers. when we travel for food we also remain surprised! We are working for the same since 1999 but stiil today we become surprised to know a new one food of India. Indian food is huge and really unlimited. Stay with us. Thank you for your interest!👍

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      1. Loveblossom says:

        That’s amazing. I really didn’t know that.
        I believe I will know more with your blog. Thank you so much 😇😇

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      2. You are most welcome!

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      3. Loveblossom says:

        😇😇☺️☺️

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