Sunday, 19 February 2012

Mirchi ka Salan

banana peppers (long green chilli)– 6
ground nut – 1tbsp
white sesame seeds – 1 tbsp
grated coconut – 2 tbsp
curd – half cup
onion – 1
ginger garlic paste – 1tsp
karam masala- quarter tsp
chilli powder – half tsp
cumin powder – half tsp
turmeric powder – quarter tsp
coriander powder – 1 tbsp
mustard, urad dal –each half tsp
fenugreek – quarter tsp
curry leaves – few
oil – 4 tbsp
salt – to taste

Wash the chillie,slit and remove the seeds out.
In a pan add 4 tbsp oil and fry the chillies till it turns to white colour.Drain and keep aside.

In a pan roast the peanuts,white sesame seeds and grated coconut and grind to fine paste and keep aside.

In the same pan add mustard ,urad dal,fenugreek and curry leaves,when it start splutter add sliced onion fry until golden brown.then add ginger garlic paste.karam masala and stir fry it.
Add chilli,turmeric,cumin and coriander powders.

Stir fry for few seconds and add the grounded paste sauté it for a minute,add one cup water and let it boil for 2minutes

Then add curd, mix thoroughly and finally add the fried chillies. Cover the pan and simmer the stove,till oil oozes on top.

Now Mirchi ka Salan is ready to serve.

-Asiya Omar.


maha said...

i too planing this to make......n urs looks so spicy n hot..
loved it......

Julie said...

looks creamy n delicious!!

Erivum Puliyum

faseela said...

yummy n creamy masala....superb dear

Asiya Omar said...

Thanks.This peppers are not that much spicy flavors like capcicum.

Thanks.Actually my children like this gravy very much than ennai kathirikkaai.


vineetha said...

spicy and yummy :)

S.Menaga said...

நீங்கள் செய்திருப்பது சாதாரண பச்சை மிளகாய் தானே??படத்தில் அப்படிதான் தெரியுது.இட்லி,தோசைக்கு பொருத்தமா இருக்கும் போல...

Asiya Omar said...

Thanks vineetha.

மேனகா,இங்கு இது பஜ்ஜி மிளகாய் போல கொஞ்சம் சின்னதாக இருக்கும்.இதோ இன்னும் சில படம் இணைக்கிறேன்.நிறைய படம் வருதேன்னு நான் தான் கட் செய்தது,பொரித்தது எல்லாம் இணைக்கவில்லை.உங்களுக்காக இணைக்கிறேன்.கருத்திற்கு நன்றி.

Jaleela said...

super salan asiya..

Sonali Pradhan said...

Nice n delicious recipe...never tried with mirchi beore.....bookmarked :-)

Asiya Omar said...

Thanks Jaleela.

Thanks Sonali.Try,really delicious.

Vidhya Subramony said...

wow, nice one! I have been looking for such a recipe with mirchi...thanks for linking to my event...

Mahi said...

This looks rich & yummy asiyakkaa! Will try next time.

Appaadi...niraiya post. pottirukkeenga...naalaikku marubadi varen,goodnight! :)