The sun glowed gloriously outside the window.Lying in bed watching the light and shadow effect , I longed to get up and try some cooking, yet my recent surgery did not permit much mobility as yet, so I lay down and watched some more.
The ache to eat something spicy after being on liquid diet for a while was so strong , that, in my mind I imagined various combinations, I could have something spicy with.My mind rummaged through the contents in the refrigerator, making a mental note of what I could create with the ingredients, I had handy at home, it was then that this Bell Pepper Chutney took shape. A very South Indian dish, long forgotten , yet the yummy taste of memories having it, lingered strong.
Couldn’t lay there any more, hopped to the kitchen, opened the refrigerator, found two large green bell peppers / capsicum sitting there staring at each other on the lowest rack looking bored. Time to spice them up, let my creative energies flow, the kitchen magically made me feel alive that morning, so here I was fixing a delicious and spicy quick chutney to go with the bland multi grain bread that morning for breakfast. A spicy sandwich did not sound bad at all, all I had to do is smear the bread with abundant amount of chutney and Boy! do I have an instant South Indian breakfast at hand.Yes I do!
Listed below are some of my published blog posts using Bell Peppers in my recipes, for your interest :
Sharing links below to my previously published chutney recipes that can for your interest :
Chutneys, go very well with South Indian breakfast items like Idli, Dosa, Paniyaram to name a few. Sharing links below for some of my previously published South Indian breakfast items for your interest.