Chillies add a ton of flavour to dishes. Besides adding a vibrant colour, it also increases appetite. It is cheap and easily available all over, making it a popular food of peasants who have Rotis with raw onion and Chilli. It has been regularly used throughout India for its antibacterial qualities.
This recipe is a hit at my place and is a regular affair. Easy to make and yummy to eat. I have used Bajji Chilli which is not hot.
Recipe for Mirchi Ki Sabzi:
1 Cup =250 Gms
15 Bajji Chillies cut into 1Inch long pcs
1 Tsp Jeera/ Cumin
½ Cup Peanut Powder (Roasted peanuts coarsely ground)
½ Cup Besan / Gram Flour
1 Tbsp Roasted Flax Seeds
½ Tsp Chaat Masala
½ Tsp Garam Masala
Salt to Taste
Finely Chopped Coriander
1 Tbsp Oil
Heat oil in a pan. Add Jeera/ Cumin. Add the cut Chilli pcs and roast for 10 Mins on medium flame.Add Besan and roast till the raw smell of besan is gone. Add peanut powder, garam masala, chaat masala. Roast for 5 to 7 Mins. Add salt and mix well. Switch off the flame after 5 mins.
Garnish with fresh coriander, sprinkle roasted flaxseeds and serve hot.
This sabzi goes well with rice , phulkas and with cocktails too.
9 thoughts on “Mirchi Ki Sabzi”
That’s cool.. We always have plenty of chillies in the fridge and when there is lack of vegetables we can make use of these chillies!! Nice idea.. Yummy with rice, isn’t it?
Thanks Seena. Yes it is yummy.
Nice idea to make this with excess chillies in our house!! Yummy with rice.. 🙂
It’s very good recipe n I will definitely try since I am chilli lover .looks good n probably taste good.thanx
Thank you. Do give your feedback whenever you try this recipe.
I will n share my thoughts too with u Preeti
Wow Preethi this mirchi ki sabzi looks so inviting. I am drooling. I can imagine the taste, spicy and mouthwatering. Bookmaking it to try soon
This recipe reminds me of the mirchi sabji my chachi use to make..I think she hasn’t made it in a long time. Simple to make and so tasty, I like how you try to add flax seed powder wherever possible.