Senai kizhangu is one veggie that I buy rarely as Vj never wants me to buy. He is afraid always about the itchy nature of it. But seniors at home say that if we buy and keep for several days, the itchy nature gets reduced. Also if made at right way, it can be made as a delicious side dish. And as far as this recipe is concerned I had no idea about it or heard about it. But MIL told when we saw this at Mustafa and I wanted to try it really soon. I made this last week and wanted to post as last Thursday’s post, but time flies for me as I am enjoying my days with the whole family here in SG and we even went for a short trip to Langkawi, Malaysia for 3 days. So still busy and having fun with my in-laws and co-sisters all together, but sure will meet you all tomorrow with a sweet post for the New year’s first post 🙂.
And this is a very very simple recipe and turns out great taste-wise. This is the whole family’s favorite here. Me and Aj tasting for first time and loved it too. Best way when you want to use the big yam in single use. Check out Yam fry recipe over tawa too. This kizhangu is also called Kaara karnai (Elephant Yam)
Can go best with sambar rice and Vj just loves to eat as such. Even I like it as such.