Saturday, 26 May 2018

Vegan Onion & Green Capsicum Chutney/Onion Bellpepper Chutney

If you are a South Indian, you might know very well that our favourite South Indian breakfast aka dosas or idlies calls for varieties of side dishes. Obviously we cant stick always with some usual side dish to serve those breakfast dishes. My family loves different side dishes or chutneys if i serve our own South Indian breakfast dishes. Seriously i always look for a new variety of  chutney to give a try. And i never forget to mix and match the ingredients according to our tastebuds. One of my recent trial to serve along with dosas is my today's onion and green bellpepper chutney. Sauteed green bellpepper and onions spiced with red chillies and few more spices makes this incredible chutney.

Onion Capsicum Chutney


Easy to make, whoever loves green capsicum will definitely enjoy this onion loaded bellpepper chutney. This chutney makes a prefect side dish for both crispy dosas or steaming soft idlies. We enjoyed thoroughly this greenish chutney with red rice dosas, even my kids enjoyed thoroughly this chutney. Am running this week's blogging marathon with One vegetable different ways as theme. After two interesting dishes, am finishing this week's theme with this ultimate chutney. Give a try to this easy breezy chutney, am sure this chutney will definitely please anyone's tastebuds.

Onion, Bellpepper Chutney, Onion Capsicum Chutney

2cups Cubed onions
1cup Green bellpepper (cubed)
3 Dry redchillies
5nos Garlic cloves
1small piece Tamarind
3tbsp Gingelly oil
1/4tsp Mustard seeds
3nos Curry leaves
Salt

Heat few drops of gingelly oil , saute the cubed onions, garlic cloves,redchillies,bell pepper, until the vegetables gets well cooked.

Add tamarind and put off the stove.

Grind everything as a paste with enough salt  and water, this.

Heat the remaining gingelly oil,let splutters the mustard seeds, fry the curry leaves.

Pour the grounded chutney and saute until they turns bit thick.

Serve them as side dish.

Vegan Capsicum Onion Chutney

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18 comments:

Usha said...

That is a mouthwatering chutney and as we South Indians whip up a chutney with pretty much any vegetable.. :)

vaishali sabnani said...

I have to agree that South Indians are master chefs ! I am loving the Chutney but at the same time I have my eyes on those fantastic crisp dosas , they are tempting me to the core .

Varadas Kitchen said...

What a lovely color! The capsicum and onion combo sounds awesome. This chutney would be a great addition to any meal.

Rafeeda AR said...

Haha... Vaishali's comments are like stolen from my heart! I am also looking at the dosas, I am telling myself this post is for the chutney so look at the chutney, but no the dosa is telling me to look at it, so karumuru! I am sure this chutney must have tasted amazing, one way I can make my capsicum hater kids to have capsicum... :)

Renu Agrawal Dongre said...

Hehe same here as vaishali...your chutney looks very tempting but that crisp dosa is also so inviting...need to give this chutney a try...

Srivalli said...

Guess you can't take the dosa away from us. I love both the dosas and the chutney. Please do link to the dosa, looks so yum!..great theme Priya, onions are my favorite.

Sandhiya said...

I love to make different chutneys for the dosa, this one is totally new to me, never tried the combination of capsicum and onion. It looks so good. Gonna try soon, since i love the capsicum flavor, i'm sure that i will love it.

Mayuri Patel said...

Its only from the South Indian bloggers that I've learnt so many variety of chutneys. I would have never thought of making a capsicum chutney, yes we add a bit to the green chutney sometimes. Lovely chutney.

Harini R said...

Love of Chutneys for South Indians is legendary, right? We can churn out a chutney with almost any ingredient. This combo sure sounds wonderful.

Gayathri Kumar said...

That red rice dosa is to die for Priya. It looks awesome and I am sure the capsicum chutney would be an amazing side for it.

Sowmya :) said...

Wow! Onion with bell peppers, red chillies and garlic sounds like a flavour party! Love the chutney...bookmarking!

Pavani N said...

Wow chutney with onion and green pepper -- looks and sounds absolutely delicious. Great as a side dish for rice or with dosa -- yumm!!!

Farah Saleem azeez said...

thanks for yet another chutney recipe for our weekly dosas!yummy........

Archana Potdar said...

Lol! We South Indians love our chutney!Bookmarking.

Archana Potdar said...

Yummy chutney! We south Indians do love our chutneys! Bookmarking.

Chef Mireille said...

what an awesome combination and looks so good with the dosa

Sapana Behl said...

Omg the chutney looks very inviting and finger looking tasty.

Preeti Garg said...

This chutney looks so tasty and nice texture.