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Prep Time: 10 min Total Time: 35 min Yield: 8 Serving
Nutrition facts: 240 calories 9 grams fat
1 whole onion cut finely
For the Masala:
4 large tablespoons grated coconut
6 cashew nuts
1 teaspoon jeera (cummin seeds)
3 teaspoons til (sesame seeds)
Wash capsicum. With small knife scoop out the centre portion of capsicum with
stem, so that you have a small opening to fill.
Grind coconut, cashew nuts, groundnuts,jeera, til into a thick paste. It must not be too watery.
Now heat oil, golden brown finely cut onion add the masala and cook for 7-8 mins. Leave the masala to cool.
After masala is cool, fill capsicums with it completely. In a hollow pan, add little oil and place the capsicums to cook. Cover with a lid. As each side browns, place the capsicum accordingly so that the uncooked portion browns.
It's very delicious and can be eaten with chapathi.
© Jim Catanich