March 23, 2004
Mirch Masala

Got carried away with the camera in the kitchen last night - here is the latest addition to the food section:

Mirch Masala (Green Pepper Sabzi)

Click here to learn how to make this.

Posted by jag at March 23, 2004 05:33 PM

This looks yummyyyyyyyyyyy!bigtime yummyyyyyyyyyyyy

Posted by: Shobha on March 23, 2004 07:38 PM

This looks yummyyyyyyyyyyy!bigtime yummyyyyyyyyyyyy

Posted by: Shobha on March 23, 2004 07:38 PM

This looks yummyyyyyyyyyyy!bigtime yummyyyyyyyyyyyy

Posted by: Shobha on March 23, 2004 07:38 PM

Ok..the number of comments says it all.……:P

Posted by: Shobha on March 23, 2004 07:39 PM

I think I get the message Shobha! :-)
It tasted good too - especially with fresh roti - hot off the thawa - and some mild mirch achaar. Simply delicious.

Posted by: Jag on March 23, 2004 08:49 PM

oh maannnnnnnn - that.looks.just.wonderful.

Posted by: zed on March 24, 2004 11:20 AM

Hiya Zoe - as I said above - it tasted as good as it looks. Hope you get to try it out sometime - well worth it.

Posted by: Jag on March 24, 2004 08:11 PM

You may not believe this…this is my fist visit to your blog and found this recipe…oh boy the photos got me good :o) — I stuck out and visited the groceries and made it…it was turned out roomies enjoyed it as well.
Good one mate…cheers

Posted by: rama on March 28, 2004 09:04 AM

Rama: Nice one! Glad to be of help. Try some of the other recipes too - you could throw a big party for your roomies - and all your next door neighbour roomies as well! And if you do - take some pictures and email me - I’ll put them up under the recipe itself.

Posted by: Jag on March 28, 2004 09:23 AM


Thanks for posting this recipe! I actually tried it this past week. It was quite tasty though I made some errors in choice of ingredients. Also, I couldn’t find onion seed so I skipped that indredient. I will actually invite friends over next week and cook some of your recipes for them.

Would you believe there are no places to eat Indian food on the island where I live? On the plus side though, my friends are so desperate they will even eat my novice attempts!

Tonight I am making pakoras and hubby hasn’t run off with the digital camera so I will have pictures. yeah :). Thanks again for the lovely recipes and great how-to photos

Oh btw - you can check out the 5/29 entry in my blog for more details on how the mirch masala turned out.

Posted by: Maisha on May 30, 2004 03:49 AM

Aloha! :-)
I must say once again that I’m impressed!
Well - I am rather surprised that there’s not a single Indian restaurant in Hawaii - now there’s an idea for a business opportunity!
With practise - the novice becomes an expert though (my words of wisdom for today!) But having said that - being successful at pakoras, bhaturas and such like is very daring and almost like diving in at the deep end!

I saw the pic of the mirch-masala - and I also commented at your LiveJournal. Excellent!

Posted by: Jag on May 30, 2004 09:40 AM


There are Indian food places in Hawaii just not on the island that I live on. This island (island of Hawaii aka “The Big Island” is fairly rural with a tiny Indian population. So, I don’t think anyone has thought to start an Indian food resturant. To bad :(.

Posted by: Maisha on June 4, 2004 07:08 AM

Love your site - stumbled upon it while searching for a recipie on Google.
Its now one of the sites I check regularly before I start home with my 2 little ones in tow.….……

Posted by: judy on November 9, 2004 05:51 PM

Hi Judy - glad you lik it! And thanks for your comment!

Posted by: Jag on November 11, 2004 03:17 PM
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