Capsicum rings

Today I am going to post a perfect teatime snack can be enjoyed with a hot cup of tea in chilling monsoon evening, its a best recipe who love to experiment new varieties ,bored of same old bhajiyas and pakodas

    Tried capsicum rings as a change to routine and it turned too tasty and delictable, I am posting this for  this month's SSshh Secretly Cookingmy partner of this month  Priya of Priya's Versatile recipes have challenged me  with capsicum, riceflour , I have used both to create this recipe. Do vist her blog its on top 200 indian blogs, very proud to be her blogging friend










Ingredients:


Capsicum/bellpeppers - 2 sliced thinly
Gramflour/besan - 1/2 cup
Riceflour/cornflour - 1 tablespoon
All purpose flour - 1 tablespoon
Red chilli powder - acc to taste
Salt- acc to taste
Cooking soda - a pinch
Oil - for deep frying

Method:




  • Mix all ingredients except capsicum slices and oil by adding water to get pakoda batter consistency so as to dip capsicum slices

  • Heat oil in a kadai deep fry batter dipped slices to golden brown colour

  • Serve with tomato ketchup or green chutney 










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Comments

  1. Haven't tried yet.Will taste by following your recipe.

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  2. Capsicum rings looks so good. Never tried it before. Will surely try making them.

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  3. I've never made capsicum pakodas... these rings look so delicious. Great recipe Prathima.

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  4. Thank u for your nice words sis. Capsicum rings rocks.. Well done..

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  5. totally apt for the monsoons, pratima ! i love these with a topping of chaat masala !

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  6. Nice and jhatpat snack for tea time.

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