Monday, November 12, 2007


3 sp sesame seeds
1 sp ground nut roated
1 big capsicum(bell pepper(color is ur option))
water(acording to the cosistency u need)
1 tomato
chilli powder(the level of ur spice required)
jeera powder 1/4 sp
dhania powder 1 sp
coriander to garnish

cut capsicum into chunks
grind the sesame and ground nuts with out water
fry the onions in oil add tomato and fry for 4 minutes
add capsicum .fry for a minute
add sesame peanut powder
fry it for 5 minutes
add water according to the thickness of the gravy u want.
cook for 15 minutes or till done.thecapsicum should not become mushy.
add salt and cilantro.


Kribha said...

Cool and yummy recipe. Bet it would have tasted great too.

Siri said...

I love the taste of peanut in the gravy .. looks yum Shanti..:)

Asha said...

Sounds like Salan which I love. Good one Shanthi:)

Laavanya said...

I remember seeing a similar combination long back and it sounded very good but I forgot all about it until now. This is something I must try soon. Will bookmark this so I don't forget. Thanks.

Apple said...

I love Bell Peppers Shanthi..this's a nice version for gravy...

bee said...

lovely. the spices look similar to the mirch ka salan that we make.

Cynthia said...

You don't even have to give me the peppers, the gravy with some rice alone will do just fine.

Ramya's Mane Adige said...

sounds interesting!!! and ez too... thanx! :)


I love this to try some time ...::))Thanx for the recipe...!!

Nags said...

so colourful and yummy. but i dont like peanuts in gravy.. have never got accustomed to that taste!

Happy cook said...

I would love to have them. The gravy looks so delicious

sagari said...

delecious recipe sweetness of peanuts and pepper yummyyyyy

Madhavi said...

wow!shanti ee kura entha bagundo.chudagane cheyyalanipisthondi.I am sure idi definet ga baga vachchi vuntundi kada.mee plants kuda bagunyyayi.and monna deepavali roju muggu bhale vundi.anni kalipi oke chota rasesthunna.aa muggu meeru card board meeda pettara?