Hello food lover, when the vegetable options are limited at home, it often becomes a challenge to whip up a dish that’s both delicious and easy to make. So, why not try something different? How about making a flavourful Shimla Mirch Masala with a unique twist? It’s quick, it’s easy, and I’ve added my own touch to give it a distinctive flavour. Let’s dive into the details and make this delightful dish together.
Why this Shimla Mirch Masala Recipe is best:
Awesome Flavours: This Shimla mirch Masala is a winner because it brings together bell peppers, onions, and a mix of spices that just taste awesome. The flavours are unique and make the dish stand out.
Super Quick to Make: When you’re short on time, this recipe is your go-to. It takes only 15 minutes to prepare and 20 minutes to cook. So, you get a tasty meal without spending ages in the kitchen.
Creamy Goodness with Besan: What makes this Capsicum Masala recipe extra special is the addition of besan (gram flour). It gives the dish a creamy texture that feels great in every bite.
Perfect for Any Cooking Level: Whether you’re a cooking pro or just starting out, this recipe works for everyone. It’s easy to follow and versatile, making it perfect for a quick dinner or a special weekend treat.
Healthy and Boosts Immunity: Loaded with good stuff like bell peppers and turmeric, this Shimla mirch Masala isn’t just tasty; it’s good for you too. It adds a healthy touch to your meal and gives your immune system a little boost.
How To Make Shimla Mirch Masala
Prepare the Ingredients
◉ Mix coriander powder with yogurt for a smooth blend.
Sauté Onions and Bell Peppers
◉ Lightly fry onions and bell peppers until they are slightly soft but not too mushy.
Spice it Up
◉ Add finely chopped onions and sauté until golden brown.
◉ Stir in turmeric powder and Kashmiri red chili powder.
◉ Add ginger-garlic paste and roast until the masala gets a nice brown color.
◉ Add tomatoes and salt; cook until tomatoes are well done.
◉ Mix in besan for a creamy texture.
Create the Base
◉ Sautéed onions and bell peppers.
◉ Roast them until softened.
◉ Sprinkle dried mint or Kasuri methi and garam masala for the finishing touch.