Fried Stuffed Green Chilies Recipe

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

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Stuffed Fried Green Chilies is a very traditional side to have 
when cooking a traditional rice dish. 
Like Khuri Kitchri
My nani/granny loves these but we try not to make it so strong. 

Btw does anyone's granny eat these with cream and honey?
Mine does lol 
Anyhoo... hope you enjoy the recipe,
be extra next Jummah Lunch. 

This stuffed fried green chilies recipe is enough for 6 chilies,
so feel free to change up the estimate, 
also we used jalapeños but you can use any long green chilies if you prefer.
I did hold a poll on my instagram 
(which if you aren't following me you should)
anyway and this was highly requested.


- INGREDIENTS -


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1 tsp Cumin 
1 tsp Ground Coriander 
1/4 tsp Turmeric 
Salt To Taste
1 tsp Sugar 
1 tsp Dried Fenugreek Leaves (Methi)
Juice From 1/2 A Lemon 
1 Tb Crushed Coconut 
1 tsp Sesame Seeds





- METHOD -

  • Mix together the cumin, coriander, turmeric, salt, sugar, dried fenugreek leaves (methis) and lemon juice.
  • In a frying pan braise the ingredients with some oils for about 3 minutes. 
  • Remove from the heat and leave to cool down.
  • Once it has cooled, mix in your crushed coconut and sesame seeds.

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  • Oil you hands before moving onto the chilies, like I said we used jalapeños - don't skip this step or you will end up with burning hands.
  • Slit them down the middle but not all the way and remove all the seeds.
  • Fill in the mix you made into the chilies.
  • Now pour some oil into a frying pan, not so much. 
  • Fry them till they're crispy. Try to not turn them around a lot in the pan, but if the mix does come out it's okay.
  • When done remove of the heat and pop in a glass dish along with the mix that is now in the pan and serve with any traditional rice dish. 

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- PIN IT - 

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I do hope you enjoy this stuffed fried green chilies recipe.
Remember you don't have to eat them all in one go,
you can freeze them and just take them out whenever you want them.
I do hope you enjoy this recipe,
it's a great dry relish to have especially when serving traditional Indian rice dishes. 

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18 comments

  1. Yumm! I love me some chatkharey-dar mirchain! Totally gonna try your recipe.

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  2. Wow these look so appetizing... but I doubt I could handle the heat! Lol

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    1. lol you can always adjust it. I make it super mild because my granny can't take much heat yet she wants to eat it lol

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  3. I think this is the kind of recipe my husband one like! He likes chillis!

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    1. lol make it for him and you can always adjust the heat. I like this recipe because you can make a batch, fry them and freeze them, just take them out when you want and heat them up.

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  4. oooo these look lovely! My mum loves her chillis! I'll have to forward her the recipe although she gets quite obsessive with perfecting the dish!




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    1. Haha I'm sure she'll enjoy the recipe, I love spicy food recipes because the heat can always be adjusted to what the person prefers.

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  5. I'm guessing this would have like a sweet/spicy taste to it? I don't know how I'd handle the heat but I'm not a big fan of coconut

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    1. Coconut is added to mellow out the heat, it's totally about preference I know a lot of people who just skip the coconut ingredient. It does have a sweet and spicy taste which pairs well with traditional rice dishes.

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  6. I had tried this. My mom used to make this. I loved fried chilly with wheat bread. But now missin. Your picture made my mouth watered.

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    1. Haha I wish we could eat through the screen, I'd send you some :)

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  7. I have never tried these but they look delicious! #muslimahbloggers

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  8. Ditto we make this here in nothern states of India...but we add little roasted chickpea flour for binding...try it next time...I am sure you will love the taste of it...now your recipe is making me hungry....

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    1. Will definitely try that tip out, thanks for sharing!

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  9. This looks like my kind of dish, I love spicy food and coconut.

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  10. I really like these green filled chillies. Thank you so much for sharing. Really nice blog to share.

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