Wednesday, May 06, 2009

Something new something fresh–part 5

4 posts to my friend's series and going strong still. And I have more coming up:)It just keeps getting better.Check part 4 here.) and part 3 here.)



I am very excited to introduce you to today's chef-Richa. Richa and I have been friends for over 2 yrs and she's a wonderful friend. A fashionista, who loves to sport the latest trends and designers, a go-getter, beauty with brains and sweetness personified is who she is. I can safely say that so far that I have never seen upset or angry even once and that's no mean fate :))Shes great..you get the picture, right?:)


Richa and I

The recipe Iam about to feature here was yummy- Bharwa Mirchi . She made this along with some other with a bunch of other delicacies and I truly loved it.Just the picture, makes me want to have some again.I assure you, you will feel the same way once you look at it.Here goes the recipe:)

You need:
Green Chilies: 13 large sized
Grated Coconut: 4 tbsp
Potato: 1
Fresh Coriander leaves: a few springs
Oil: 5 tbsp
Asafoetida: 1/4 tsp
Mustard seeds: 1 tsp
Red chili powder: 1/2 tsp
Aniseed powder:1/2 tsp
Cumin powder (roasted and grinded):1/4 tsp
Coriander powder (roasted and grinded):1/4 tsp
Amchoor: 1 tbsp
Salt: to taste

This is how you make it
Wash & wipe green chillies. Slit and deseed. Apply a little salt and keep aside for thirty minutes. Wash well and let drain.Boil, peel and grate the potato. Clean, wash and finely chop coriander leaves. Heat two table spoon of oil and temper with asafetida and mustard seeds .Add coconut and sauté till lightly colored. Add grated potato and sauté for another five minutes. Add red chili powder, aniseed powder, cumin powder, coriander powder and amchoor. Sauté till well mixed.Season and add coriander leaves. Remove from heat and set aside.Stuff mixture into chilies and keep aside. Heat remaining oil in a shallow pan. Place chilies, cover and cook for 5 minutes. Remove and serve hot. Yes, it was D-E-L-I-C-O-U-S :))Enjoy the Bharwa Mirchi.


Bharwa Mirchi

21 comments:

Jaya said...

lots of spicy stuff here ...bharwan mirchi looks so great ,I bet they taste even better with rotis..
hugs and smiles

Smitha said...

SPICY stuff made by SWEET girls. What an irony ;)
Cheers to u guys.

ishipishi said...

i'm passing this recipe to both my mommies :) .. mum n mum in law of course...they simply love chillies! oh better still i'll attempt this some time for them when I can source decent enough mirchis for them...u know the ones u get here are pretty sad!

glad u got back meenal :)

Sharmila said...

Been a while since I came here ... great going Meenal! Grated coconut sounds really interesting in Bharwa mirchi! Must try it. :-)
To your question ... I publish in my food blog Kichu Khonn more often. :-)

Anu said...

Spicy yummy recipe. Very new to me.... Loved it! btw posting a veggie dish after a looong time ah ;-)

Superchef said...

i totally love this series!! the mirchi looks sooo wonderful!!

have a great weekend!

Cham said...

Very interesting recipe, never tasted but love it :)

atika said...

Great going with the series M. Richa... this looks very yummy to me...and I really wanna try it out!!

Richa Rai said...

Thanks so much Meenal for featuring my recipe on your blog.I am thrilled! My hubby dear is a complete spice lover so it is no secret that this dish tops the chart for him! :-) So, when it comes to making a way to his heart through his stomach...this simple and easy dish...does all the work for me..;-)

Vandana Verdia said...

Good job girls....
M: Here's to another grt post!
Richa: All I say that the bharwa mirchi was truly delicious and yummy!!! And so were the other dishes that you prepared the other night!!!

ARUNA said...

spicy...spicy......i love spicy!!!

Mangala Bhat said...

wow! nice pic and recipe :)

sra said...

Interesting recipe, Meenal!

Kitchen Flavours said...

Oh wow spicy and delectable recipe.....looks yum....

Pitu said...

Hmm I like anything that's stuffed so this sounds appealing!

Useful Shopping Tips said...

Good recipe.

Malar Gandhi said...

Whoo, stuffed peppers...count me in, looks hot & that tempts me..

Tina Jennifer D'Silva said...

Hi Meenal,

I know this is really really late.. but i logged into my blog account after really long... & was surprised to see ur msg.. Nice to see u back in action. Maybe i am too late to wish u happy holi.. But here's wishing u & ur family a very happy, blessed & prosperous new year :)

Warm Regards,
Tina

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Maaya said...

what a great recipe and photos.
love your writing :-)

paper cup making machine said...

yes,this is really tooooooo nice.you and your recipes too good visually

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