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Friday, 6 September 2013

Red Bell Pepper Chutney[Side dish for Idlis, dosas, chapathis and more]

We make different types of chutneys as side dish for idlis and dosas, here is another simple and delectable chutney in that same list. Red bell pepper chutney is very easy and quick to make, just try it out friends you will surely love it.  Check out other delectable chutneys here.

Here’s how to make Red Bell Pepper Chutney with step by step photos…



Ingredients

Red Bell Pepper
2 [big] cut to cubes
Onion
1 cut to cubes
Garlic cloves
4 or 5
Ginger
One small piece
Dry red chillies
4
Coriander seeds/Dhania
2 tsp
Urad dal
1 ½ tbsp
Cumin seeds
1 tsp
Oil
3 tsp
Tamarind
One small gooseberry sized ball
Salt
As needed

For Tempering

Oil
1 tsp
Mustard seeds
1 tsp
Cumin seeds
½ tsp
Urad dal
1 tsp
Curry leaves
8-10
Asafoetida/perungayam
One pinch

Method

Wash and cut the red bell pepper in to cubes without seeds. Chop the onions to cubes and keep them aside.


Heat oil in a kadai add the cumin seeds, urad dal and saute until it turns golden brown color. Add the dry red chillies, coriander seeds and saute until the chillies turn color.



Add the onions, garlic, ginger, salt and saute until they turn to golden brown color.


Now add the red bell pepper and saute for about 6 -8 minutes or until the red bell pepper turns soft. Switch off the stove and let it cool.


Now grind the red bell pepper mixture along with tamarind in a mixer in to smooth paste. Transfer the chutney to a bowl.


Heat 1 tsp of oil in a kadai, add the ingredients mentioned for tempering and add it to the chutney.



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33 comments:

  1. I was looking for some kind if chuty for my south indian lunch 2moro, dont know weather it will go with it or not but i'll try 2moro..
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  2. wow thats an super delicious and flavorful sabji :) looks yummy and tempting dear !!

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  3. This looks amazing da adding coriander seeds will sure make it more spicy and flavorful

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  4. Chutney looks simple to make and delicious too Priya.. Loved the colour :-)

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  5. I make this often too,looks good

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  6. I have tried with green bell pepper..but red bell chutney looks so colorful...perfect side dish for hot idlies..

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  7. a perfect company with dosas, idlis n almost anything...today's post : http://nayanas-kitchen-kreations.blogspot.in/2013/09/shepuche-pakode-dill-leaves-pakoda.html

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  8. I have been meaning to do this chutney too.. I too make it the same way, except I add a small piece of tamarind and I use cumin in tempering.. The color looks awesome.. delicious one!

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    1. I have added tamarind while grinding dear and also have used cumin seeds. Thanks for stopping by and commenting dear...

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  9. Very tempting. Love this chutney of yours. Nice click.

    ongoing event: healthy breakfast

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  10. I have seen this chutney shared by many other foodies. Its definitely an explosion of flavors and the vibrant color is so inviting.

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  11. Feel like having this chutney with some crispy dosas tonite for my dinner.

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  12. Oh! Wow!! This looks so spicy and tasty.! Am surely gonna try it out.. Thanks for the recipe ..

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  13. a healthy chutney dear.. i also follow the same version..

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  14. Wow...best pair for hot and soft Idlies...running into the kitchen to make Idlies..:)

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  15. my all time favorite priya... love it with dosa...

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  16. New r3fipe to me....have to try it

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  18. I too makes this kind of chutney.very yummy..

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  19. Delicious and colourful.Perfect for idli dosas.

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  20. Lovely color Priya ....looks so spicy and yummy...

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  21. What a delectable red bell pepper chutney. Perfect combo for idli's and Dosa's.

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  22. Very colourful and tempting chutney. Bookmarked.

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  23. Well explained blog.Glad to follow you...welcome to my space flavoursiluv.blogspot.com

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  24. lovely chutney ! I make a different version of this will try yours soon :)

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  25. Thank you for posting. I tried this chutney and it turned out awesome.

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  26. It was very nice for chapathi's, I tried it. Thank you

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  27. It was very nice for chapathi's. I tried it . Thank you

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    1. Thank you very Chaitra for trying the chutney and letting me know, I am so glad that you liked it. Keep coming back for more delicious and lovely recipes....

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