April 12, 2009
1. Heat a tbsp of oil in a sauce pan.2. Add few mustard seeds3. Add few Cummin seeds 4. Add fresh curry leaves, allow them to crackle5. Now, add chopped onions, and salt (which helps the onions to cook fatster)6. When the onions are slightly cooked add pinch of Turmeric7. Add ginger - garlic paste. 8. When the onions are slightly sauted, add bell pepper (Do not cover it with a lid). 9. When the Bell pepper is slightly cooked, add 1/2 tbsp of coriander powder.10. 1 tbsp of coriander pwd11. chilli pwd according to your taste. Mix Well 12. you can be generous in adding cauliflower, potato, or green peas to this bell pepper which will enhance your dish even more.13. After 10 mins of slow cooking, the capsicum (bell pepper) looks great and your dish is ready. 14. garnish it with Coriander (cilantro).15. Serve with Chapathi, pulka, or Rice.
Capsicum Masala Curry is a very popular and savory Andhra delicacy
Capsicum Sada Masala is a simple and delicious curry very easy to cook which can be served as a side dish for Chapathi, Paratha, Naan, Roti and rice. Capsicum by itself has a unique flavor and tastes great when mixed in different curries. It gives the curries a colorful look of savor. This dish is made with simple ingredients as capsicum being the main ingredients with onions chopped and fried nicely with spices tastes fantastic.
Capsicum is a refreshing vegetable that comes in an exciting range of colors, like green, red and yellow. It is native to America and in fact, has been cultivated by the people of the tropical Americas since the past thousands of years. Known by a number of names, like chili pepper, bell pepper and red or green pepper, the vegetable is used as a spice, medicine and obviously, a vegetable. Apart from being good in taste, capsicum also holds a great degree of nutritional value and accords numerous health benefits to its users.
Recipe: Capsicum Sada Masala