Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Banana pepper curry

So, finally here is the banana pepper curry recipe. Infact, these peppers were labeled as Hot Fryer Peppers at our local farmers' market. When I checked, they said these are also called as banana peppers. So, you can pretty much use any pepper/chilli that resembles the banana pepper. I wanted to make a rich gravy curry out of these peppers but ended up making a dry curry (getting more health conscious of late).




Ingredients5 or 6 banana peppers
1 medium potato
1 medium onion
1 tsp red chilli powder (adjust accordingly as the peppers are quite hot)
A pinch of turmeric
1 tsp of ICP1/2 tsp of mustard
1/2 tsp of jeera
Salt to taste
Oil as needed

Method1. Chop the banana peppers, potato and onions.
2. Pour oil in a pan and season with mustard and jeera.
3. Add the onions and sauté until transparent.
4. Add the peppers, potato, turmeric, red chilli powder, ICP and salt and cook till the vegetable get tender.
Serve with rice or roti.

Serving size - 1/2 cup
Number of servings – 10

14 comments:

Maheswari said...

Yippe..i am first one to comment..
Waiting for your spicy hotty peppper recipe...Here you go again with a wonderful dish for the spice lovers like me..Looks perfect.Thanks lakshmi..I love the ICP, bet it will be very useful and tasty for veggies..

Meena Kandlakuti said...

very nice recipe and ICP powder is good.Thanks for sharing them

Asha said...

AHHHH!!! I made Banana pepper Bajjis once and boy! were they HOT!!:))Looks great.I have to be very brave and try this curry V!Thank you.

Dilip said...

You have made me so happy...as you know...i am a big chilli/pepper fan...this will go top of my list to try...Banana Peppers...gosh thats new to me...I am sure I have seen them...I need to go pepper hunting....thanks for sharing...take care...

Menu Today said...

Hi Lakshmi,
pepper CUrry looks very colourful , thanks for sharing.

Vcuisine said...

Very nice Lakshmi. something new and looks so colourful. Making curry powder is a good idea. Tks for sharing. Viji

Sia's corner said...

thats one HOT post lakshmi... looves very spicy and colourful:)

TRS said...

Great recipe using ICP powder...am going to make your curry powder this weekend for a nice change to my usual store bought one..thanks for the recipe.

Trupti

Sandeepa said...

Pretty Pretty Pepper curry :)
Didn't know they were called "Banana Peppers"

Suma Gandlur said...

Lakshmi,

Interesting recipe. Are those peppers very hot?

swapna said...

great recipe lakshmi...thanks for the ICP...

Lakshmik said...

Maheswari - I am sure the ICP will be a handy powder in your kitchen.
Meena - Glad you liked the recipe.
Asha - Banana pepper bajjis, must have been really spicy.
Dilip - Best of luck with your pepper hunting:)
MT, Sia, Swapna and Vcuisine - I am sure the ICP will come in handy.
TRS - yes, surely ICP is better than store bought powder.
Sandeepa - Yes, they are referred to by different names.
Suma - Not very hot. But surely spicier than bell peppers.

Seema said...

Lakshmi, There you go another beautiful and hot dish. Loved it.
Thanx
Seema

Nidhi said...

WOW! Lakshmi, those peppers looks really HOT, even though I have not heard about them before but I love you curry. Its looking yummy as well as colorful. I will surely search them in Grocery store now.

Thanks, Nidhi.