INGREDIENTS: Capsicums / bell peppers / lavu marapakayalu, Oil, Jeera (cumin), Onion, Corian
der, Roasted peanuts, Salt, Red chillies, Dry coconut, Coriander seeds (dhaniya), Tamarind, Garlic





PREPARATION:

  • Chop onions and capsicums into small cubes

  • Place frying pan on flame

  • Heat 3 table spoons of oil

  • Add cumin, onions and fry till translucent

  • Add chopped capsicums, salt and close the lid in medium flame for 5 minutes

  • Mean while, take a mixy jar

  • Add salt, tamarind, garlic cloves, red chillies, dhaniya, groundnuts, dry coconut and grind into fine powder

  • Dnt add any water to it

  • Check if capsicum is cooked or not

  • Add the grinded mix into it and mix well

  • Fry for few seconds, off flame

  • Dish out and garnish with chopped coriander

  • Goes well with rice, chapathis ...

4 comments:

  1. hi prathima, can u tell hw to cook biriyani.

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  2. Hey i really wanted to thank you ra for posting the different recipies..... Guess what i did try out the procedure and by myself tried cooking the capsicum fry....... And yea it turned out to be excellent especially for the first times..... Cheers
    Can i get to see more of such recipies? Thanks ...

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  3. This was excellent curry! I would say I enjoy it a tltile more than Korean curry, but that's just because I prefer more mild tastes.As a Canadian living in Seoul, this website is wonderful!!! Thank you so much for allowing me to replicate these wonderful dishes in my own house! Cheers Sue!

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