Friday, October 17, 2008

Capsicum Kofta Curry




Preparation :-

  • Take 4 or 5 small size capsicums , wash them and pat dry with a kitchen towel . Cut each capsicum into 2 horizontal halves .

  • Heat a pan add 1 tspn oil in that fry 1 cup of onions , 3 green chillies and 1 tspn ginger garlic paste . When cooled grind it to a paste .

  • Make 1 cup of tomato puree (fresh).

  • Dry fry 1tbspn sesemam seeds and grind it .In next round add 1/2 cup curd and grind again to a smooth paste. With this prerequisites for preparing curry is completed.

  • Now Heat a kadai pour 1cup oil . When it turns hot deep fry capsicums in small batches and take out into a plate . (be careful sometimes seeds may splutter)

  • In the same oil add 1/2 bunch of fenugreek leaves ( methi leaves) , after a minute add grinded onion paste , after 2 mins add tomato puree , when oil separates out add sesemam-curd paste , add 1/2 tspn coriander powder , 1/2 tspn cumin powder , salt , chillypowder , turmeric and 1/4 tspn garam masala powder . Mix nicely .

  • After 2 mins add fried capsicums and enough water to get ur required consistency.

  • Fry this mixture nicely till oil separates . Next add 2 tspns pav-bajji masala powder and few strigs of coriander leaves . Mix it and after 5 mins switchoff stove . (pav -bajji masala is the main ingredient which gives kick to this dish).

  • Serve hot this capsicum kofta curry with veg biryani / jeera rice . This goes really good with rotis .

8 Comments:

  1. myspicykitchen said...
    capsicum kofta curry looks delicious... came across your blog in vahrehvah on orkut...

    usha
    sri said...
    nice pics.. the last pic looks so wonderful!
    Anonymous said...
    oh my gosh! can't believe how lucky Ramu is!! Hello Preeti, this is Bhuvana, your blog is wonderful and I can't wait to try the Capsicum Kofta Curry and all your chutnies! Keep up this amazing work.
    Looking fwd to seeing you both soon.
    Cheers
    Bhuvana
    Rajani Rayudu said...
    Hi Preethi,
    Happy Diwali to you too! what's cooking at your end.
    Wellington lo Diwali festivals ayinayi last week, bavundhi.

    cheers
    rajani
    rekha said...
    hi i tried ur recipe for capsicum kofta and my husband really loved it thanks. can u please please tell me the batter mix for dosa. i hv tried lot of combinations but doesn't work . please help.
    MY WORLD OF RECIPES said...
    Hi Rekha , just see the link below.

    http://myworldofrecipes.blogspot.com/2008/09/minapa-dosa.html

    If u r grinding in mixcy then take 1 :2 ratio of urad dal and raw rice. If u r grinding in grinder u can soak 1:3 ratio of urad dal and raw rice.

    -Cheers,
    Preethi.
    gadde said...
    hi preeti garu.iam usha.gadde frm paraguay.....after marriage nundi nenu cooking start chesanu..me site chusaka inka almost daily open chesi anni chustanu.chala recipes try chesanu kuda..chala baga vachhaye..ma husband kuda bavunaye annaru....recipes photos and step bye step explain cheyatam chala bavundi.but konni ingredients telidu naku..and ikada dorakatlevu kuda...nway meru inka ila manchi recipes enno postcheyalani ashistanu...i wish u all the best.and really ur husband is very lucky.i hope u give a reply.
    Anonymous said...
    HI PREETHI
    YOUR BLOG IS GUD

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