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Top 10 Capsicum Recipes
Last Updated : Sep 18,2017
Top 10 Capsicum Recipes
Top Capsicum Recipes
Bitter though it is, karela has a unique taste that transforms it into a delicacy if prepared in the right ways.
Here, an innovative combination of bitter gourd, onions and colourful capsicums are sautéed with a traditional tempering, resulting in a flavourful and aromatic subzi that goes well with rice and rotis.
Although prepared with everyday ingredients and the simplest of cooking methods, the Karela and Capsicum Subzi is a super hit mainly because of the thoughtful combination of vegetables.
Try other karela subzis like Karela Bateta Nu Shaak
, Masala Bharwan Karela
and Onion and Karela Subzi
Crunchy and tasty to the core, Fried Capsicum in Schezuan Sauce is a brilliant creation, which you can serve as a starter or an accompaniment to the Main Course
It features batter-coated and deep-fried strips of capsicum, tossed with scrumptious ingredients like spring onions, ginger and green chillies, not to forget the Schezuan sauce, which gives it the characteristic Oriental touch. Enjoy this exciting dish fresh and hot to relish its amazing texture.
While you would surely have tried the common combo of paneer and green peas, here is a mind-blowing preparation of paneer with sweet corn, perked up with crisp capsicum, green chillies, ginger and spices. One exciting aspect of Paneer Makai is that sweet corn is used both in whole and puree form, so its flavour is very dominant, making every mouthful a pleasurable experience.
A tantalizing combo of tender corn and capsicum cooked in milk and tempered with indian spices, makai capsicum cannot really be called a customary gujarati dish, but the younger generation definitely enjoys this off-beat vegetable preparation as it is low on spices and ghee.
A perfect tea-time snack, these Capsicum Rings are made by deep-frying capsicum rings coated with a plain flour batter that is aptly perked up with black pepper.
A sprinkling of chaat masala gives these Jain
-friendly crispies a truly snazzy flavour that tickles your taste buds.
Every bite of this sandwich features an outburst of colour, crunch and flavour.
An apt combination of juicy sweet corn and crispy spicy capsicum, this sandwich has a very balanced flavour, further enhanced with naturally pungent ingredients like green chillies, onion and garlic.
Serve the Grilled Corn and Capsicum Sandwich fresh off the griller with tomato ketchup.
You can also try other grilled sandwiches like Cabbage, Carrot and Paneer Grilled Sandwich
and Zucchini and Bell Pepper Sandwich
While capsicum is a very common vegetable used extensively in Chinese
North Indian and other cuisines, many people do not – for some reason – associate it with South Indian
food. Surprise! This flavourful and crunchy veggie is a hot favourite there too, and is used in a variety of dishes from sambhar and pachadi to poriyal. Capsicum Poriyal is nothing but a simple South Indian dry subzi made of cubed capsicum cooked with an aromatic tempering and a dash of curds, finished beautifully with a garnish of grated coconut. Curds are added while cooking veggies like brinjal, ladies finger and capsicum in this style, to prevent them from sticking to each other or charring, enabling them to cook uniformly and also roast slightly without discolouration. You will surely love this easy but tasty subzi prepared the right way! Serve it hot with a bowl of steaming Rice ( Cooked Rice)
laced with a dollop of ghee
and a cup of Sambhar
A tongue-tickling stir-fry zestfully flavoured with Tabasco sauce! A tempering of cumin seeds and flavourful additions like onions, green chillies and garlic impart a wonderful taste to the Quick Mushroom and Capsicum Stir-Fry, while milk and plain flour help to bind the veggies and the sauce together so that you get a full experience of this pungent dish in every mouthful. Ensure you serve this stir-fry immediately on preparation as the flavours and textures tend to dim over time.
Quick pickles like this always come in handy when your taste buds yearn for a bit of fun, but you don’t have the patience to make a traditional pickle that involves maturing, drying, etc.
Although it takes very little time to prepare, this unique pickle of carrot and capsicum has a very exhilarating flavour, thanks to a masala mixture that combines a couple of seeds and spices. You can especially notice the brilliant flavours of mustard and fenugreek in this Quick Carrot and Capsicum Pickle.
You can make a small batch of this and store it in the refrigerator in a dry and clean airtight container for three or four days.
In the quest for quick and easy accompaniments, try the Instant Mango Pickle
and the Instant Chilli Pickle
Here comes a chunky subzi with a tangy taste that will tickle your taste buds! The teamwork of pineapple, capsicum and tomatoes produces an excellent mix of flavours and textures, ranging from crisp to juicy and tangy to spicy.
Carom seeds and sesame seeds along with a couple of spice powders add to the natural flavour of the veggies making this an accompaniment par excellence. What makes this subzi all the more interesting is the fact that it uses simple, everyday spices and powders, and the procedure is also hassle-free, so you can opt to make this on any day.
Serve with rotis
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