Friday, April 18, 2008

From the Hyderabad kitchen Mirchi ka Salan

mirtoday i tried something which i have never tried before,..but ya have heard about it a lot...hari mirch ki sabji or salan is hyderabadi recipe,,...planning to eat it with roti for dinner so here goes the recipe of tangy mirchi ka salan

ingredients

green thick mirch 8(keep in salt water for half an hour and drain)
onion two chopeed
ginger one inch grated
garlic three grated

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coriander powder one tsp
turmeric powder one tsp
salt to taste
cumin seeds one tsp
coconut grated two tbsp
tamarind pulp dissolved in water one and half cup

procedure

heat oil in wok
fry the drained hari mirch till they change colour,keep aside

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add cumin seeds ,once they start spluttering add chopped onions

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followed by ginger and garlic
add turmeric powder,coriander powder, grated coconut and salt keep frying

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now add the fried hari mirch

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further fry for two minutes

add the tamarind pulp dissolved in water

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cover and cook for a minute or two

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10 comments:

Divya Vikram said...

looks spicy and yumm

Uma said...

Hi, first time here. You have a beautiful blog with so many yummy recipes. Mirchi Ka Salan is such a delicious curry! Your recipe looks so mouth-watering. Thanks for sharing.

Dhivya said...

my hubby love this!looking for this recipe so long!will try and let u know

Cham said...

Fiery recipe, nice one

notyet100 said...

hi divya ya its spicy and tangy tooo.....
uma thanks for the compliment
dhivya do let me knw how it comes out
cham thnks for the fiery compli....

pallavi said...

hey this luks yum.. now if i can my hands o th chiliies even i'll try :)

Sagari said...

delecious salan ,nice pics too

Arundathi said...

Been searching a long time for this recipe...thanks!

notyet100 said...

hi sagari...thnks for visiting
pallavi sure try
arundhati do let me knw how it comes out

Knatchbulley Hughzscene said...

looks yummy.. gonna try it today :)