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Spicy Aloo Shimla Mirch

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This is a yummy and easy to make Aloo Shimla Mirch Recipe Video. A healthy meal, this Aloo Shimla Mirch dish is a favorite of my husband. This is also called Potato Capsicum Fry. I have taken care of the spices and vegetable oil to retain the nutritional value of this Aloo Shimla Miirch ki Sabji. Capsicum is called Shimla Mirch and potato is known as Aloo in Hindi language. Aloo Shimla Mirch fry can be eaten during lunch, dinner or break-fast. This dish goes well with Roti or Chapati, rice, Paratha, and Puri. Watch the video, print the recipe and learn how to cook Potato Capsicum Fry or Aloo Shimla Mirch.
  Potato 250 Gram
  Capsicum 250 Gram
  Coriander powder 1⁄2 Teaspoon
  Turmeric powder 1 Teaspoon
  Salt To Taste

Step 1: Chop the potato into small pieces

Step 2: Chop the capsicum into small pieces

Step 3: Heat the wok and add one tablespoon of vegetable

Step 4: Add small pieces of red chili and Curry leaves to

Step 5: Add the chopped potatoes and Capsicum.

Step 6: Mix one teaspoon coriander, 1 / 2 teaspoon turmeric
powder and salt to taste.

Step 7: Mix 100 ml of water in the wok, mix it and close
the lid on slow flame.

Step 8: After 10 minutes open the lid.

Step 9: Potato Capsicum Fry is ready to serve.

Step 10: Garnish it with coriander leaves

Recipe Summary

Difficulty Level: 
Very Easy
Side Dish
Preparation Time: 
5 Minutes
Cook Time: 
15 Minutes
Ready In: 
20 Minutes
Potato Capsicum Fry
Potatoes team up well with almost any other vegetable. Here is a video showing how to make a dry curry using capsicum with potatoes along with some common Indian seasonings. Good to accompany rotis or rice!

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Anonymous's picture
Do you bang so much - pan and spoon ?
Anonymous's picture
Video presented for aloo shimla mirch was very unprofessional it seem it was made by a learner who her self needs to learn chopping & cutting
Anonymous's picture
lol! that pan wudnt be non stick anymore after u bang in that iron spatula so hard on it like a million times.. although the recipe is correct but a bit of garam masala at the end and some coriander leaves wud give it an amazing flavour
Anonymous's picture
Yeah, I agree with the above comments. This video DID look very unprofessional. Some advice: -take your rings off before cooking! -use non-stick spoon for non-stick pan! -and please learn to 'chop' the ingredients properly!!!
Anonymous's picture
although.. dont be discouraged.. im sure u are a good cook :-)