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Carbohydrates
38g / 53%
Protein
5.7g / 8%
Fats
11.9g / 38%
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Indian Main Course

Bharwan Shimla Mirch Recipe

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51Min
Medium
Bharwan Shimla Mirch is usually made with a stuffing of boiled mashed potatoes, masala and fresh herbs, but you can stuff it with any ingredients of your choice ranging from rice to cheese. It is usually served as a starter, but its gravy versions are also very popular - where the stuffed Shimla Mirch is cooked in tomato masala. While you can make a ‘bharwan’ recipe with several other veggies like scooped out potatoes and mushrooms, the hollow cavity in capsicums will always make it the best bet!

Ingredients

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4 Servings
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This dish was made for 4 here

1  Sachet
MAGGI Masala-ae-Magic
3 
Medium Potato (Boiled & Mashed)
4 
Green Capsicum
3  Tablespoons
Oil
0.5  Teaspoon
Cumin Seeds
1 
Onion (Chopped)
1 
Green Chillies (Chopped)
0.5  Teaspoon
Red Chilli Powder
0.5  Cup
Peas (Shelled)
0.5  Teaspoon
Amchur Powder
1  Pinch
Salt (To Taste)
2  Tablespoons
Coriander Leaves (Chopped)

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Nutrition Value

Energy
272.65 kcal
Carbohydrates
38 g
Protein
5.66 g
Fats
11.87 g
Information per serving
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Instruction

51 Minutes
Step 1
15 Min
Prepare ingredients as mentioned in the list. Slice off the tops of the capsicum, remove the seeds, rinse in water and dry them Bharwan Shimla Mirch Recipe
Step 2
7 Min
Heat 1½ tablespoon oil in a karahi and add the cumin seeds. When they start to splutter, add the onions and sauté, till soft. Add the green chillies, then the red chilli powder and peas, stir-fry for 4-5 minutes. Bharwan Shimla Mirch Recipe
Step 3
3 Min
Add the mashed potatoes, MAGGI Masala-ae-Magic, amchur, salt to taste and mix well. Then, add the coriander leaves and mix again. Bharwan Shimla Mirch Recipe
Step 4
25 Min
Divide the potato mixture into four portions and stuff into the capsicum with a spoon. If baking, then brush oil outside the capsicum and bake in an oven, at 200⁰C for 20 minutes. OR cook in a frying pan, heat the remaining oil and place the capsicum on a low flame and cover the pan. Every 3-4 minutes, turn the sides, cover and continue to cook. Also turn over onto the open potato side and cook till golden-brown. Bharwan Shimla Mirch Recipe
Step 5
1 Min
Serve hot. Bharwan Shimla Mirch Recipe
Bharwan Shimla Mirch Recipe

Step 1 of 5

Prepare ingredients as mentioned in the list. Slice off the tops of the capsicum, remove the seeds, rinse in water and dry them

Bharwan Shimla Mirch Recipe

Step 2 of 5

Heat 1½ tablespoon oil in a karahi and add the cumin seeds. When they start to splutter, add the onions and sauté, till soft. Add the green chillies, then the red chilli powder and peas, stir-fry for 4-5 minutes.

Bharwan Shimla Mirch Recipe

Step 3 of 5

Add the mashed potatoes, MAGGI Masala-ae-Magic, amchur, salt to taste and mix well. Then, add the coriander leaves and mix again.

Bharwan Shimla Mirch Recipe

Step 4 of 5

Divide the potato mixture into four portions and stuff into the capsicum with a spoon. If baking, then brush oil outside the capsicum and bake in an oven, at 200⁰C for 20 minutes. OR cook in a frying pan, heat the remaining oil and place the capsicum on a low flame and cover the pan. Every 3-4 minutes, turn the sides, cover and continue to cook. Also turn over onto the open potato side and cook till golden-brown.

Bharwan Shimla Mirch Recipe

Step 5 of 5

Serve hot.

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