Thursday, December 23, 2010

Capsicum Uthapam



Ingredients:
Leftover Idly batter.
Capsicum - 1 cut into small pieces.
Oil
Method:
I always make Uthapams with leftover Idly batter.
Take a Tawa and pour 2-3 tsps of oil on it.
Now nicely grease the tawa.
Take 2 big hollow (karandis) which means 2big hollow spoons of batter and pour on the tawa.
Make a round with the hollow spoon and spread the batter into a round.
pour oil around the spread batter with a tsp.
Now quickly spread all the capsicum pieces on the wet batter and let it cook for some time.
keep the fire a little low and let it cook.
After the capsicum pieces are well set in the batter just flip it slowly on the other side for just 2 minutes.
Now flip it back to its original position.
The Capsicum Uthapam is hot and ready to be eaten with either some chutney,or molaga podi (Chilly powder) for which I have already given the recipe in the previous post.



26 comments:

  1. capsicum utthappam, romba puthusa iruku!!! next time kandipa try panna poren!!!!

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  2. Indu,

    capsicum utthappam super. looks delicious.

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  3. Wow! what a delicious uthappam..book marked:-)

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  4. This sounds like a perfect meal..very delicious!

    US Masala

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  5. Hey deary!

    That looks yum & tempting.... It had been long since we really spoke.... The prep is surely filling & I hope so would be your year end.... Full of happiness & celebrations!!!! Hugs)))

    Ash....
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  6. The uthapam is very healthy! Looks very awesome!

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  7. Nice and delicious uthappam.. looks amazing :)


    Hari Chandana
    Indian Cuisine

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  8. bookmarked..yummyyyyyyyyyyyyyy! hey there is an award waiting for you...:)

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  12. Very unique and delicious uthappam..wish u n ur family Happy New Year!!

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  13. very innovative recipe..
    My Heartiest Wishes for 2011..:)
    Tasty appetite

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  14. Thanks for your lovely comment :-) Just checked my blog after a long time. Will keep in touch with ur recipes once i get back from vacation :-) Happy blogging

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  15. Pretty uthappam..Happy New year !!

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  16. Being gluten free I love Utthapam and anything with rice. I cook it like you in breakfast and enjoy with ketchup. good to read that your husband and daughter also experiment in the kitchen.

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