CAPSICUM CHUTNEY I GREEN BELL PEPPER DIP I KUDA MILAGAI CHUTNEY I SIDE DISH FOR IDLI/DOSA

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Hi friends, mostly morning breakfast is very important to start the energetic day... But we usually have idli, dosa, chapathi, upma and etc... Every time when we make idli or dosa, the next question will be what is the side dishes?? There are common chutneys which will made often such as coconut chutney, tomato chutney, onion chutney, mint chutney and peanut chutney etc... The majority will be the coconut chutney, but often having the chutney will be bore... Right??

My sithi bought 1 Kg of green capsicum; I was thinking what should with these amount... I separated the capsicum for each dish and separate 1-2 for chutney.....


Hence, yesterday I made the capsicum chutney with dash of peanuts. This is first time made and it was come out really very well and great hit in my home... Am sure, from now on I will make this often...












Category
Condiments/Dip/Chutney
Regional
Indian
Preparation Time
10 Minutes
Cooking Time
15 Minutes
Servings
4






INGREDIENTS
Oil – 2 Tsp
Cumin seeds – 1 Tsp
Urad dal – 1 Tsp
Chana dal – 1 Tsp
Shallots – 10
Garlic – 10
Green chillies – 5
Coriander leaves – Few
Capsicum/Green bell pepper – 1 Large seeded and chopped
Tamarind – 1 inch piece
Salt – To taste
Peanuts – 1 Tbsp
To Temper
Oil – 1 Tsp
Mustard seeds – 1 Tsp  
Urad dal – 1 Tsp
Dry Curry leaves – Few


METHOD
  • Heat oil in a pan; add cumin seeds, urad dal and chana dal roast it for 30 seconds.
  • Add shallots and garlic and sauté it for 2 minutes or the raw smell goes off.
  • Add green chillies and coriander leaves stir for one minute.
  • Then capsicum, tamarind and salt sauté it well till the capsicum cooks, it will take 3-4 minutes.
  • Now add peanuts sauté it for 2 minutes then switch off the flame.  
  • Cool it completely and grind it with little amount of water into smooth paste.
  • Serve it with hot idlies or dosa...




NOTE
  • You can use your favorite color of capsicum (Red, Green or Yellow).
  • Coriander leaves is optional, but I added for the extra green color and flavour.
  • You can one tomato to this to get different taste. 




Enjoy the yummy and flavorful Chutney!!!

11 comments:

  1. i never prepared chutney with capsicum da but have seen lot of bloggers posting it.. now u have tempted me to try it :)

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  2. irresistible dip. Would love to taste it now....:)

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  3. my version is different .. have to give a try to yours .. soo colorful & tempting .
    thanks for the post .

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  4. I always do mixed bell pepper color chutney (traffic light) never tried green alone.. looks good

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  5. Capsicum chutney is awesome and this tastes superb sis

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  6. yet to try this.. looks really tempting.. i saw this priya ak's blog too.. :)

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  7. superb chutney da and love that red dotted cup :) so cute new prop ah super po

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  8. wonderfully done..healthy chutney...

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  9. It's very different...i'll try this... thanks for sharing..

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  10. I love capsicum flavor, a chutney out of the same is fabulous!

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