Capsicum Bath | Bell Pepper Rice


Posted on March 15th, 2010

Its time to spring forward! Day light saving has started… yay more sunlight in the evenings :) Temperature is improving here in the windy city.  For the past one week we are enjoying mid 40s… smelling spring in the air :D

I bought fresh yellow and red bell pepper and tried variety rice using them. It was delicious. I observed that yellow and red bell pepper are bit sweet as opposed to the green ones. Here is the tasty bell pepper rice recipe.

Capsicum bath | Bell pepper rice

Capsicum bath | Bell pepper rice

Ingredients:

Bell pepper (Capsicum): 2
Onion: 1
Ginger-garlic paste: 1 tsp
Pepper (powdered): 1 tsp
Salt: to taste
Curry leaves: few
Asafetida (Hing): a pinch
Cooking oil: for seasoning
Rice: 1 cup

Preparation Method:

  • Cook rice and keep it aside.
  • Chop onion and bell peppers.
  • Heat oil and do seasoning with mustard seeds, cumin seeds, urad dal (Black gram) and curry leaves.
  • Add onions and saute till they turn brownish in color.
  • Now add ginger garlic paste and bell peppers.
  • Fry them till bell peppers turn soft.
  • Add salt, asafetida and pepper powder.
  • Remove from the stove top.
  • Now mix rice with this curry and enjoy spicy bell pepper rice.

Wishing you all a very happy Ugadi / Gudi padwa :)

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10 Responses to “Capsicum Bath | Bell Pepper Rice”

  1. Hari Chandana Says:

    My fav dish.. looks inviting.. first time here.. nice site.. :)

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  2. Parita Says:

    Delicious meal!

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  3. gururajan Says:

    very nice. temts to taste.colourful dish

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  4. chan Says:

    Particularly the Green!
    Taste to believe on its own!
    Can be used as top spread!
    Looks great!And taste so too!
    Good Cooking!
    Side Dish[es] makes it all the more tempting.
    Sukku-Jeera water goes well with it!
    So,What Next?
    Cheers!
    chan
    &
    Lalli
    @SRGM.

    Reply

  5. Srivalli Says:

    Hello Anu..Nice bell pepper rice..rice vadam looks very nice too..is it home made?

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  6. Chitra Says:

    Hi Anu,easy to understand and simple to cook:)

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  7. Jaime Says:

    Hi anu,

    Why do u add black gram dhal? do u have to soak it before? how much u add it in?

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    • Anu Says:

      Jaime,

      While seasoning, we generally add very small quantity (say 1/4 tsp) of mustard, cumin seeds and urad dal (Black gram). This leaves a nice flavour and crunchy taste :) Adding these ingredients is purely optional.

      No u need not soak it before adding. Just 1/4 or 1/2 tsp of dal would do. Hope this helps. Thanks for visiting My Scrawls. Do keep in touch :)

      Reply

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