Jun 22, 2011

Green Bell Pepper Chutney / Capsicum Chutney

Capsicum Chutney
Today is the last day in Blogging marathon..Srivalli made a exiting theme for today, she paired up two bloggers who had participated in this marathon.Each one should cook a dish from the other blogger recipes..I have been paired with Usha from MySpicyKitchen.. I searched her blog and found this amazing chutney recipe.. So I decided to make that..She used red bell pepper and tomatoes in her dish,I couldn’t find that colour capsicum over here,so I used green capsicum..And I also planned to keep this chutney green so I replaced the tomatoes with tamarind. I also used some coriander leaves to brighten up the chutney..I love a little sweet taste coming from this chutney,so I added a tiny bit of sugar..At last this dish came out perfect..I enjoyed this with Dosa..This weeks marathon ends by today..From tomorrow onwards I am in another exiting theme..So keep checking it out..
Ingrediants:

Capsicum / Bell pepper -2 chopped
Green chilli-2 chopped
Curry leaves-1 spring
Garlic-6 cloves
Sesame Seeds / Yellu -1 tblspn
Cumin seeds / Jeera-1 tsp
Mustard seeds / Kaduku-1 tsp
Tamarind paste / Puli-1 tblspn
Coriander leaves-2 tblspn
Turmeric / Manjal- ½ tsp
Salt to taste
Sugar-1 tsp
Oil-1 tblspn

Method:

Heat a frying pan and add poppy seeds in it..Toast till golden(they will start jumping out of the pan)..Remove that and let it cool..After it gets cooled grind it into a fine powder.

Heat 1 tblspn oil in a pan and crackle some mustard and cumin seeds.

Throw in curry leaves,green chilli and garlic.

Add in salt and turmeric powder..Now add in chopped capsicum pieces and mix well.

Cover it and let it cook till tender.Add some sugar and mix well.

Add in the poppy seed powder and mix well. Pour in the tamarind pulp and mix well.

Let it cool down.Then grind it into a smooth paste by adding some water.

Serve with idlis or dosa..

Pictorial:


Grab your ingrediants

Toast your sesame seeds and make it into a powder

Fry cumin and mustard seeds,add garlic,curry leaves,green chillies...Add in salt and turmeric powder..Throw in capsicum

cook the capsicum till tender..Add in sugar,poppy seed powder,tamarind puree

Let this cool down

Take this in blender and make into a fine paste by adding some water
SERVE

39 comments:

  1. very interesting recipe. I have never cooked a chutney, but I will try your

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  2. The chutney is a bright idea and the result as I see here is awesome ! Can imagine the flavour..sure you enjoyed this one!

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  3. wow, love the chutney, color and everything about it. Great replacement of tomato with tamarind for the color.

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  4. Good one. I was planning to make green capsicum chutney too for tonite's dinner ..But I don't use poppy seeds..

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  5. Thanks for trying out the recipe, Aarthi! I never tried it with green capsicum but once used both red and green capsicum. I prefer red capsicum bcz it is little sweetish in taste.

    I will post my recipe from your blog by the end of the day. Just finished lunch and ur recipe was for lunch!

    fyi, in your ingredient list, you listed poppy seeds instead of sesame seeds.

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  6. thanks for sharing this recipe! hugs...

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  7. Hi!!! thanks for the visit!!! Love your blog and this recipe!!! xoxo, Titti!

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  8. I have tried red bell pepper chutney.. your green bell pepper chutney looks so flavorful and delicious..

    http://krithiskitchen.blogspot.com
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  9. ciao Piacere di conoscerti!
    Grazie per essere passata dal mio blog, sei molto brava in cucina, anche se io non conosco queste ricette indiane, passerò a trovarti!
    Buona serata!

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  10. lovely chutney dear..its new to me..looks great

    Event:COOK IT HEALTHY:PROTEINicious

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  11. Innovative chutney,looks delicious...

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  12. This is very novel and I adore green peppers. Must replenish some of my spices so that I can prepare it.

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  13. Fingerlicking chutney, can have two more idlies or dosas with this chutney..

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  14. delicious looking chutney looks wonderful

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  15. Chutney looks delicious and mouthwatering. Great recipe.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  16. Delicious!

    Enjoy your blogging marathon and having fun cooking...

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  17. Never tried this ...looks so yum n such pretty colour

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  18. Never tried bell pepper chutney! Looks awesome!

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  19. If i would get this bowl of chutney i can lick it till the end so aromatically prepared..

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  20. I don't do enough Indian cooking, but with the help of your blog, I will try some of these recipes.

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  21. What a tasty and aromatic sauce! It looks very appetizing. Thanks for sharing and for visiting my blog. See you soon, bye ^__^

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  22. will try this chutney!!interesting one...perfect with idly n dosa!

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  23. That's a tasty looking chutney.

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  24. very interesting one and a great twist from the usual coconut chutney

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  25. What fabulous flavors - I tried your scrambled eggs yesterday and they were fantastic!
    Mary

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  26. Now this sounds like something I could warm up to Aarthi.

    Thanks for sharing...

    P.S. We're playing the Picnic Game over at my blog. You are more than welcome to join in on the festivities!!! Hurry though, the letters are going fast!

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  27. BOOKMARKED..but i got to try with the red ones from my fridge..

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  28. What a flavorful chutney! I can imagine it's fantastic on so many things!

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  29. Very colorful! I make another version with green bell peppers.

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  30. Made it yesterday. Super yummy !!

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  31. Prepared this chutney yesterday..it tasted great...a keeper for sure. thanks for sharing.

    Aaha Oho

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  32. It looks very delicious. Did you use both poppy seeds and Sesame seeds or either one ? I would love to make it today.

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  33. @KaviIt is white sesame seeds. not poppy seeds, i have mentioned it wrong in the pic

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  34. This sounds very interesting, cannot wait to try this out. Thank you for sharing.

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  35. This sounds very interesting, cannot wait to try this out. Thank you for sharing.

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  36. It's really grt nd I tried ths.. I'm intrst to cook aftr reading ur blog.. It's too taste

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