Monday, 27 August 2012

Batata Simla Mirch Sabji

This is a simple tasty vegetable cooked in very less oil and almost no spices. The Simla Mirch lends its wonderful  mild spicy flavour to this sabji. Keep the capsicum crunchy to get its real flavour. Sending off this entry to   Vardhini's  event of  dish-it-out-with-potatoes-and-bell guest hosted by Anshu of tomatoblues.


Ingredients

1 cup..................potatoes peeled and cubed
2 cups ...............capsicum(Simla Mirch ) cut
1 tsp...................mustard seeds
1/2 tsp.................fenugreek (methi seeds)
1/2 tsp...............turmeric powder
1/2 tsp................asefotida (hing)
1 tbsp.................oil




Method :

Heat oil and add mustard seeds and methi .
When they splutter add cut potatoes, turmeric , hing and salt and sprinkle some water.
Cover with lid and let the potatoes get almost cooked.
In the end add cut simla mirch and cook only for few minutes so that they retain their crunchiness.
The yummy batata simla mirch is ready.





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