January 27, 2010

Green chilli Fry




Green chilli fry, the name it self….is very spicy…isn’t it? When I first heard about it I mean read about it in Jyothi’s shadruchulu…. I though of making it for my friend (he is extreme spice lover) who came to my home for holidays…. So I tried it and not only him…but everyone ate it just like that as a side dish with some dal and rasam.  Thank You Jyothi garu for this excellent fry.

Ingredients:

Long Green chilli – 6
Cumin seeds – ¼ tsp
Mustard seeds – 1/4tsp
Turmeric- pinch
Curry leaves – few
Besan/chickpea flour – 1 tbsp
Amchur powder/chat masala – big pinch
Salt – to taste

Procedure:

Wash and wipe green chilli and cut them into 1 inch pieces.
If you want you can de-seed them. Or you can use them directly.



Now take a vessel, heat oil, and then add cumin seeds, mustard seeds and let them crackle. Then add turmeric, curry leaves and fry for 2 sec., then add green chilli and cook on low flame till they little brown.





Now add besan, slat, and cook for another 5 min on low flame.



Finally sprinkle little chat masala, garnish with some chopped coriander and serve hot with rice.



You can eat them directly or with white rice alone.

3 comments:

జ్యోతి said...

Thanks valli for ur response. its so simple na. shall i give a small trick for this recipe. Keep soya granules in warm water , sqeeze them and add to the fry . Fry them along with chillies. It will be another recipe .. here u can add garam masala instead of chat masala. Non vegetarians can use kheema too. but it takes long time to quick. Soya granules is quick and easy and healthy too..

Valli datta said...

Thank you jyothi garu...will try that version too.

Guntur Traditions said...

iam from guntur and i think you that guntur ciusine is all about chilles
how come i never come across this recipe.
wow!!! sure will give a try
http://gunturtraditions.blogspot.com/

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