Wednesday, 17 July 2013

Stuffed Chillies.

If you have been following So-Saree regularly you would know about my undying love for food.
As much as I love food, I hate recipes that are elaborate and time consuming.
I am always up for recipes that are quick, easy to make and do not compromise on taste at all.

So the first recipe that I decided to post on So-Saree, was the most basic Stuffed Chillies. It is soo easy to make that even an 8 year old can make them easily.

Ingredients:
Big Green Chillies - 8-10
Grated Fresh Coconut - 2 Cups
Red Chilly Powder - 1 Tbsp (you can adjust it as per your taste)
Cumin Powder -1 Tsp
Lime Juice - 1 Tbsp
Salt to taste
Oil - 1 Tbsp

Procedure:
Cut off the stem of the chillies and slit them vertically, so as to remove their seeds. This variety of green chillies are less hot but I still recommend wearing gloves while cleaning them.
Once done, wash them under running water and squeeze some lime juice inside the slit chillies.
Keep them aside for about 15-20 mins.


 In a dish, mix the grated coconut, cumin powder, red chilly powder and salt, and mix with a spoon.
Adjust the taste of the stuffing by adding the spices of your choice.
Grated Fresh Coconut
Coconut+Chilly Powder+Cumin Powder+Salt
=Filling for Yummy Stuffed Chillies
Now stuff the chillies with this filling.

Place it in a microwave dish and microwave it for about 3 minutes. This will minimize the time needed to stir fry the chillies on the non stick pan.
Once done add some oil to a non stick pan, and place the microwaved chillies on them. Adjust the flame to medium.
Keep turning the chillies so that they get nicely tanned [;)] from all sides. This should not take more than 5 mins.

And we are done. This can be served as a side dish, and can be prepared in no time.
Apologies for the bad presentation, apparently my family was too hungry and upset that I was clicking pics instead of serving them.
 I am hungry already..what about you guys??

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P.S. You can follow the same recipe by replacing chillies with ladyfingers and believe me they taste awesome. Just eliminate the lime juice and you are good to go.

31 comments:

  1. Super easy and looks delish!!Agree Aditi..I'm a lover of simple n quick recipes just like you and I'm sure to try this!
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    K
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    1. Yup Kalyani Its super easy n so yumm.

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  2. Awesome recipe! Really easily.
    And burst out laughing when I read the last sentence :D

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    1. I mean the sentence about your family :)

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    2. LOL..I understand..thanks for commenting. Do let me know how it turned out.

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  3. Nice and easy one.I tried with a little variation ,but would love to try yours next time.Mine one is there on my blog.

    cheers
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    1. Do try it and let me know, i will surely chk your blog.

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  4. Aditi! My mouth started watering after seeing the pictures. Specially the one with stuffing in a bowl.

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  5. I am hungry too.I love simple n easy to make dishes like these. I am not a chilly person, but my hubs is. So this one will be tried out in my kitchen, undoubtedly !
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  6. I love green mirchi achaar a lot. I am gona make it soon and tell you. You know what, I am smiling after reading your last sentence. While reading I was focusing okra mean ladyfinger to fill the stuff..and you suggest it already. hahaha ;p Antaryami gurl.
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  7. Wow, looks tasty, I need to try your recipe!

    Interesting blog!

    I invite you to check also my blog about Parisian lifestyle and fashion.

    Maybe we can follow each other?

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  8. Looks Yum Aditi!I would dig in rather than click pics too! :p
    ~Shreya
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  9. Looks so yummy! I can't have chillies :(
    Love,

    Bong's Belleza
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    1. Thanks Ayantika.. sad u cant eat chillies.

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  10. OMG yummy yummy.. I love it love it.. I have it everytime I go to Lajpat nagar n a jaipur stall :D :D love it

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  11. Following you there in bloglovin :)

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  12. Oh wow, these look so good and spicy! Will have to try out this recipe! I just hope it turns out looking as nice as yours!

    Richa
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  13. i am salivating! i love stuffed chillies! never had it with coconut though...

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    1. Ha..then u shud probably try it soon. it sure is yummy.

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  14. I am definately going to try this one out

    Manisha

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  15. We share a love for food too...check my recipes out sometime :) I love stuffed chillies they look delish

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