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Birthday Celebration Continues....Part II

Birthday Celebration Continues....Part II



DH
has conveyed his heartfelt THANK U to all of you for your wishes. Continuing from my last post let's move on to the main course but before that I didn't mention in my last post that those Almond Stuffed Dates are awesome...it's just melt in mouth and everyone liked it so much, want to thank again Yasmeen :)

So after starters we move on to main course:

Chickpeas Salad - Check in previous post

Stuffed Capsicum

After looking here n there I settle with SuperChef's Stuffed Peppers. I made few changes in the recipe and it was super hit, the most appreciated item was this Stuffed Capsicum and it's pity simple to make too. Thanks SuperChef for the recipe ..here is my version:


Ingredients [ For Original Recipe click here]

Capsicum - 6 [I used green, yellow and red]
Onion - 2 medium size [chopped]
Ginger-garlic paste - 2tsp
Cooked Rice - 1&1/2 cup [a cup which can hold 150ml]
Kasturi Methi - 2tbsp
Raisins - 2-3 tbsp
Olive oil - 3-4 tbsp
Cheese - 1/4 cup [ I used Parmesan cheese]
Pepper - 1-2 tsp freshly ground
Salt - to taste

Method:

1. Preheat the oven to 375F - 390F.

2. Wash, dry and scoop out the seeds from capsicums [use sharp knief
and scooper] and brush them with olive oil and bake for 15-20 mins. [I
baked for 20mins in 390F].

3. Heat some olive oil in a pan and sauté the onions and ginger-garlic paste until onion turns light brown.

4. Soak kasturi methi in warm water with 1/4tsp of salt for 10-15mins. Drain the water and keep the methi.

5. Add soaked methi, rice, raisins, salt and pepper mix well and cook for 2-3mins.

6. Take out the capsicums from oven and fill them with rice mixture [use different size of spoons for filling will help]

7. Top with grated cheese and bake for 20 mins in 390F. [ I sprinkle some fresh crushed pepper on top of cheese]

Yummy stuffed peppers are ready.



Dum Aloo
- I have posted the recipe here and trust me this is full proof recipe...always tasty, everyone liked it very much again.



Next up is Paneer Jalfrezi

I thinking a lot for what to make with paneer and after so much of thinking I settle for jalfrezi, I search lot of recipes but nothing excited me much so I came up with my own.

Ingredients:


Paneer - 500gms
Capsium - 1/2 cup Julians [I used red and yellow]
Onion - 1 large [chopped]
Tomato - 1large [julians]
Carrot - 1 medium [julians]
Ginger-garlich paste - 1tsp
Dry red chilli - 1
Cumin Seeds - 1/2 tsp
Fennel Seeds - 1/2 tsp
Redchilli Powder - 1 tsp
Coriander Powder - 1tsp
Turmeric Powder - 1/2 tsp
Garam Masala - 1/2 tsp
Oil - 4tbsp
Water - 1/2 cup
Salt - to taste

Method:

1. In a pan heat 1tbsp Oil and saute paneer until golden brown, keep aside.

2. In a same pan add remaining oil and heat. Add cumin and fennel seeds, dry chilli and allow them to crack.

3. Add chopped onion and ginger-garlic paste and suate until onion turns brown. Add carrot and capsicums and fry for 2mins.

4. Add tomato and all powder masala fry for another 2mins. Now add 1/2 cup water,salt [add more if you want] mix everything well and cook for 5mins in medium heat.

Enjoy Paneer Jalfrezi



Other items will be in next post :)..Dum Aloo and Paneer Jalfrezi goes to Viki's Side Dish for Chapathi Event.

And this post goes to Rak's Cooking For Guests” Event

45 comments:

  1. all snps are amazing Priti...delicious... :)

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  2. All those dishes are amazing! My mouth is watering while seeing those dishes! Can't take my eyes off them!

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  3. All looks delicious,my fav is stuffed capsicum

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  4. Everything looks so delicious Priti :)

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  5. Everything looks so delicious Priti:)

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  6. I just had my lunch and now again i am feeling hungry...all the dishes look sooo good!

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  7. Everything looks so yum... Wow - what a nice celebration...

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  8. Looks absolutely great.Wish I was there to taste them all... yummm,...

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  9. Wow,those stuffed capsicums are really looking mouthwatering!
    I will definitely try that Dum aloo in recent future:)

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  10. convey belated Birthday wishes to ur DH...and each and every dish looks mouthwatering....thanks for coming by and commenting on my blog

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  11. Thank U all ...wish would have be able to call u guys...so just enjoy the virtual feast :)

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  12. wow again so many delicious dishes...Nice clicks....and pls come and collect the award from my blog priti...

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  13. All these lovely yummy dishes made me hungry for sure, I have got an award for u:) pls accept it from my blog.

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  14. Hi priti,

    First time on your site...Enjoyed thre colours of the bell peppers...Lovly and happy bday to DH from all of us...
    Do visit my blogsite when you can.

    Shobha

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  15. Looks great & fantastic.. nice recipes..

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  16. Looks like I have missed something really big! oooh!! Looks delcious!

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  17. Wooow...you have had a delicious party dear..good one!

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  18. Lovely dishes, hope we had attended the party too.

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  19. wow lovely dishes. All looks yummy.

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  20. Everything looks tempting, I am glad ur guest as well as ur Hubby enjoyed the delicious feast prepared by you

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  21. Everything looks heavenly priti:)

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  22. capsicums looks so good..am sure everyone must have had a great time..

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  23. Oh my god...feel like inviting myself to ur home Piti!!yummy dishes...

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  24. ohh wow every thing looks so delicious priti nice spread.

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  25. Bhook lagi......bhook bhook.....dishes are making me hungry......deleactable spread...

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  26. WOW... wonderful snaps dear..good job!!

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  27. Great dishes.I have a couscous stuffed capsicum recipe. Sounds great with rice.

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  28. wow, I can't take my eyes off those yummy dishes. Delicious!!

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  29. Hey priti I have got some awards for u in my blog..please accept them

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  30. I will describe in a single word... no extra talks....



    "AWSOME"

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  31. Thank U so much for your wishes :)

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  32. You have made me hungry. Such a collection of things you have made. I love the smell and taste of capsicum. Stuffed capsicum I am missing from a long long time. I will surely make it in the coming week. Tomorrow is Teej so couldn't have anything. I am keeping my fingers crossed for it to go well. A difficult fast.

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  33. nice collection of recipes..

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  34. Plz collect the awards from my blog.

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  35. a small treat for u dear..collect it..

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  36. Wow very nice and yummy recipes... Mouthwatering.... Thanks for coming by and commenting on my blog.

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  37. Hi priti,
    thx for stopping by my space and dropping lovely comment.
    You have wonderful space here with lovely recipes....followng you:)

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