Last week when i decided to make paratha, I didn't have green chili in the fridge so I decided to use the sweet bell pepper instead. When I minced it in the mixer, the idea suddenly came to me to use mutter as well and make this tasty mixture. When the parathas were done and we tasted it right away it was tasty and crispy. But when we actually sat down for lunch, that's when the parathas had cooled down a bit and they had started to get soggy and somewhere too difficult to eat without creating mess. So in the evening I used the remaining mixture on the bread along with some tomatoes and cucumber and it made perfect sandwich. The taste of spread comes out better too. So I think this one definitely works better as spread on bread, burgers or as side chutneys than paratha stuffing.
2 Cup Muttor
1 Sweet Bell Pepper
4 Garlic Cloves
Handful of the Corriander Leaves
1 Spoon Red Chili Powder
1/4 Spoon Corriander Powder
Salt to taste
- Squize lemon juice in the mixie.
- Add in chopped sweet bell pepper, garlic, salt and coriander leaves and make a smooth paste.
- Add in muttor, red chilli powder, coriander powder and make fine paste in the mixer.
I used frozen peas without thawing them but fresh peas could be used too.
We had this one as one of the chutneys for burger breads when we barbequed and everyone loved it.