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Jalapenos Stuffed With Mangoes And Peanuts

Vikas.Khanna's picture
Make your evening with the stuffed jalapenos recipe. A delicious snack made with a stuffing of mangoes and peanuts. It has an amazing crunchy tangy taste that you are sure to love.
Ingredients
  Jalapenos 6
  Crunchy peanut butter 2 Tablespoon
  Mango 2 Tablespoon, finely chopped
  Fresh parsley 1 Teaspoon, finely chopped
  Salt To Taste
  Chick pea flour 1 Cup (16 tbs)
  Oil 1 Tablespoon
Directions

GETTING READY
1) Slit the jalapenos and carve out the seeds.

MAKING
2) In a bowl, combine the chopped mangoes, crunchy peanut butter, parsely and salt together; blend well.
3) Stuff the jalapenos with the mango mixture and set aside.
4) In a bowl, make a batter out of chikpea flour and coat the stuffed jalapenos with the batter.
5) In a frying pan, deep fry the jalapenos until they turn golden brown.

SERVING
6) Serve the stuffed jalapenos with tea infused mangoes or as desired.

Recipe Summary

Difficulty Level: 
Very Easy
Channel: 
Fusion
Preparation Time: 
20 Minutes
Cook Time: 
10 Minutes
Ready In: 
30 Minutes
Servings: 
1
This recipe of jalapeno stuffed with mangoes and peanuts is a real twist of taste, as every mouthful has different mix of flavors and textures, it is sweet, it is spicy, it is soft, it is crunchy, well you can simply say that this snack is out of the world. So if you like to take your taste buds on a pleasant roller coaster of flavors and textures, try this.

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16 Comments

master2006's picture
The banner picture is beautiful.Hot and Sweet dish. I love it.
The.Tortilla.Guy's picture
And great tasting also !!!The Tortilla Guy
Ganesh.Dutta's picture
nice presentation style! audio... video....recipe......all is good.
janakprajapati's picture
i am agree with u
marriottinc's picture
Vikas Khanna you are a Fantasy to how many people around the world.
Anjulina's picture
I don't like very spicy food - but this looks very interesting and I'll definitely have to try this recipe. 
shantihhh's picture
We love hot and spicy hadn't tried besan for dipping jalapenos great taste idea.
startcooking's picture
Looks Fantastic! (Where can I buy chickpea flour?)
shantihhh's picture
Any Indian market will carry it. It is the flour used on Pakoras and has a wonde3rful flavour. Maybe even health food stores if they carry bulk should have it, oh and I bet Whole Foods would carry it.
startcooking's picture
With all the wonderful Indian recipes at ifood, I would love to develop more of an "Indian Pantry". Both my husband and I love Indian food, but I rarely cook it myself. Where can I find a list of the basic essentials to get started?
Petal's picture
Basic stuff - you can get from any indian store in your neighborhood Utensils: Pressure cooker, can be bought from anywhr. Most of the indian lentils (daals) are pressure cooked Spices: Cumin seeds (jeera) Red Chilli powder Ginger/garlic Curry powder Turmeric Garam Masala ( a blend of indian spices ground together) If you have just these, you can pretty much make 90% of indian dishes :) They are readily available in indian stores or whole foods. And will cost you like 2 dollars each for a big jar (whole foods might be more expensive). Happy cooking!
startcooking's picture
Thanks Petal! I actually do have all of those spices in my cupboard! I just watched the puff pastry with mango powder and onion seeds. Now those are two spices that are NOT available at the local grocery store!
Petal's picture
Hahaha....those even I dont have ...and I cook indian food almost everyday. You will have to go to an indian store for that :) Mango powder is called as Amchor (which means raw mango powder), you can get it with where the rest of the spices are kept.
shantihhh's picture
When you go to the Indian market to buy Besan/chickpea flour you'll have to pick up mango powder (Amchoor). Also Anardana (pomegranate Powder) is a fabulous Indian ingredient. It is also used to sprinkle on hummus and other Middle Eastern dishes, not just Indian. Another must is Kashmiri Mirch-it is a lovely not too pungent chile powder. Onion seeds are sometimes referred to as nigella, and this spice can be confused: http://www.uni-graz.at/~katzer/engl/Nige_sat.html
pariuri sportive's picture
Really good presentation. Too bad that in my town i do not have an indian store.
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