This is a simple jhatpat side dish to serve with rotis or dal chawal.
Shimla Mirch/Capsicums/Bell peppers ... 2 (cut into small pieces)
Besan /gram flour ..................... 2 tbsp (roasted without oil)
Onion ................. 1 (chopped)
Saunf/aniseeds ..... 1/2 tsp (crushed)
Turmeric powder .... 1/4 tsp
Coriander powder .... 1/2 tsp
Cumin powder ......... 1/2 tsp
Red chilli powder .... 1/4 tsp
Mango powder ........ 1/4 tsp
Salt .... to taste
Mustard oil ....... 2 tbsp
1. Heat mustard oil and add the crushed aniseeds/saunf.
2. Add the onions and saute for 2 minutes.
3. Now put the chopped capsicums, salt and all the spice powders.
4. Stir well and simmer on low flame until the capsicum is cooked. Sprinkle a little water if needed.
5. Mix the roasted gram flour/besan. Stir well and saute for half a minute.
Spicy and flavorful..adding amchur sounds wonderful,ReplyDelete
yes Suja .. a little sour taste by adding itDelete
It would be a good side dish with chapaties..ReplyDelete
I have heard about this but never tasted it~ but all the ingredients n flavors going in there, I am sure I am gonna like it ~thanks for the wonderful recipe :)ReplyDelete
Do try it outDelete
How are you? Today my wife had made this but I dont know the exact recipe she used. But I am sure , fennel was not there. So I will cook your recipe secretly and surprise her.
Have a nice weekend
You surely are a wonderful husband.. surprising your wife with mew dishesDelete
SPICY CRISPY STIRE IS SUPERReplyDelete
Nice flavors in such a simple dish... YumReplyDelete
looks mouthwatering and delicious fry...ReplyDelete
Hi shobha, your capsicum preparation is really unique with flour added to it. Adding the spices too. Must try it out and see how this yummy dish can tickle my tastebuds like chili :) thanks mmm yummy !ReplyDelete
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Thanks for liking ..will surely check out the postDelete
simple, flavorful and delicious sabzi..ReplyDelete
Love the addition of besan..looks so yummy.. Thanks for linking to my event too...ReplyDelete
Thanks .. it gives body and flavour to the sabziDelete
Loved the addition of besanReplyDelete
Every Summer our veggie patch is kind enough to provide a couple of baskets of capsicum. THis classic recipe will be my favorite to keep the batch going. I love how aromatic the besan turns out.ReplyDelete
Yes, this is a no fail recipe and you will surely like it.Delete
I tried out this Besan Shimla mirch recipe. It has come out awesome. Am thinking about adapting this method for the hot chili varieties.ReplyDelete
Glad you made and liked it. When you try out with the spicy variety of chillies do share your feed back.Delete
My favourite capsicum vegetable is besan simla mirch. Your method is slightly different from mine. Will make some this week as I have them on the menu.ReplyDelete
Sure Archana. Do make it and share the feed back if you liked it.Delete
This is my quick go-to sabji with rotis on weekday mornings for the tiffins ! looks delish - KalyaniReplyDelete
Yes, this is a quick to make sabzi and perfect for lunch box.Delete
I love adding amchur to aloo simla mirch sabji ...now I will certainly try out this delicious simla mirch and besan combo ..ReplyDelete
Besan gives body to the curry. You will like it for sure.Delete