Baked Taro Chips

Day 16 #BM 51 - 
Taro or Chama dumpa or Arbi has been in my 'do not use' list, until a few days back when I was going through my bookmarks. I saw that my sister-in-law had mentioned taro chips. It then struck me that they might be good if baked as well. 

I know of lot of friends who refrain from buying Taro in fear of frying them in oil. This is definitely going to be a relief!!

So I googled and found a lot of variations. Here is my version.

Ingredients - 

Taro / Chama dumpa / Arbi 3 medium sized [Make sure they are even shaped so that the chips will all be the same size]
Salt, Red Chilli Powder as needed
Cooking Oil 1-2 Tbsp


Baked Taro Chips

Method Of Preparation -

Pressure cook the taro for about 10-15 minutes (or upto 1 hiss). Upon cooling, gently peel the skin.

Slice them into 1/2 cm thick slices.

Meanwhile preheat the oven to 400 °F. Prepare a baking tray by lining it with parchment paper.

In a ziploc bag, add oil, salt and red chilli powder. Toss in the sliced taro, close the ziploc bag and toss it around until all the slices are evenly coated.


Arrange all the slices on the baking tray in a single layer. Bake them for 10-12 minutes.

Broil for 4-5 minutes on each side until they are crisp, carefully monitoring them lest they should burn.

Remove and enjoy them as is or as an accompaniment for Dal or Sambar.


Preparation Time 25 min + Baking time 25 min
Makes  approx 25-30 chips
Posted by Harini R on Saturday, April 18, 2015

18 comments

  1. i am fascinated by the taro root ever since i came across during last mega bm , but we dont get it here...i liked the color and thick chips

     
  2. Roasted vegetable chips are so healthy and make a great snack.

     
  3. This is such a healthy and delicious snack...

     
  4. tempting and perfectly oven baked taro chips.

     
  5. Priya Suresh Says:
  6. Wat a guilt free chips, i can munch those baked chips without any fuss..

     
  7. Guilt free chips! Wow ! They look perfectly baked and I would love to tey these.

     
  8. Usha Rao Says:
  9. These chips might also make a great snack.

     
  10. Srividhya Says:
  11. wow this is a great idea.. we can do arbi also naa.. gonna try it out. Great share

     
  12. Pavani N Says:
  13. Delicious looking baked taro chips. I buy chamadumpalu on almost every grocery trip -- but never deep fry them :-) Will make your baked version next.

     
  14. Nice and crispy taro..goes very well with rice varieties also..

     
  15. Srivalli Says:
  16. I am surprised these are not available in some places..I love this and nice idea of baking it..

     
  17. Suma Gandlur Says:
  18. Crisply fried taro is loved by everyone at my MI's place though I rarely prepare it. baked version definitely makes it guilt-free.

     
  19. I love these but do not make it often as it needs a lot of oil. Your baked version sounds totally guilt free...

     
  20. Kalyani Says:
  21. Arbi is so easily available here and hubby loves this.. Bookmarking to try this guilt free bake

     
  22. sneha datar Says:
  23. Guilt free chips.

     
  24. guilt-free snacking!! personally never got them crispy while making curry,might as well try this!! :)

     
  25. What a lovely snack! I love Taro and would love to make this sometime.

     
  26. Padmajha PJ Says:
  27. Totally guilt free! Wow! Really nice Harini..

     
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