Stuffed Bajji Chillies in Spicy Tangy Gravy

image image With grey skies outside and mild showers, I always feel like having something spicy. Fried stuff with hot Tea or Coffee is what comes to my mind. I saw I had a few bajji chillies in my Fridge. I have made stuffed Chilli many times. I thought of experimenting again and the end result was Stuffed Bajji Chillies in Spicy Tangy Gravy. It is different from the usual red gravies. I am sure you will fall in love with this recipe. It is a with my family. This gravy is now added to my collection of gravy recipes.

Recipe for Stuffed Chillies:


10 Bajji Chillies( slit and deseed)

2 Medium Onions finely chopped

1 cup (160 grams) Peanuts roasted and coarsely ground

1 Tsp Jeera

1 Tbsp Multigrain Flour( A mix of Flaxseed powder, Chia seeds powder, Quinoa    powder, Green gram  powder, Bajra flour)

Salt to taste

1 /2 Tsp Amchur/Dry Mango Powder

Few Sprigs of coriander finely chopped

Recipe for Gravy:


3 Medium sized ripe red tomatoes

1 Medium size unripe tomato

1 Inch Ginger

1 Tsp Red Chili powder

1 Tsp Kitchen King Masala

Salt to taste

Handful of Corriander

1Tsp Jeera

¼ Tsp Haldi/Turmeric


Wash and clean the Green Chillies. Slit and deseed. Mix all the other ingredients. Stuff the Chillies with this mixture. Heat a Skillet . Add few drops of oil and roast the stuffed chillies for 8 to 10 minutes on medium flame. Stuffed Chillies are ready.

Grind the tomatoes, Ginger and coriander to fine paste. Heat 2 tsp of oil in a wok. Add jeera,Haldi,Chilli powder and Kitchen king masala and Saute` for a minute. Add the Tomato coriander paste and ½ glass water. Let it simmer for 5 mins. Add Salt and a tsp of the masala that you have used to stuff the chillies. Switch off the flame after 3 mins. Cut the stuffed chillies into pcs and dunk them in the gravy. Serve with hot Phulkas and rotis.

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