We all have such days when we want to do nothing but are still required to prepare lunch for ourselves or our family. What do you do on days like that? Order food? That's always an option but it may take a lot of toll on our health. All you can do is stock up on foods that you can eat at any time, in addition to your chapati, paratha, and other staples. Some of the first things that come to mind when we think of versatile dishes are achaar, chutney and cheese. Adding to this list, here we bring you one more recipe that is sure to spice up your taste buds. It is called South Indian-style curd chilli. You've probably tried a variety of South Indian condiments like coconut chutney, Nilakadalai chutney, and more. This, on the other hand, is a total game changer.
For those who are unfamiliar, curd chilli is simply green chillies that have been dipped in a curd batter and then dried in the sun until crisp. This recipe takes only 5-6 minutes to prepare, plus some extra time for the chillies to soak in direct sunlight. Now, let's learn what goes into the curd batter. Take a look below.
Curd Chilli Recipe: How To Make Curd Chilli
To begin, roast fenugreek seeds then coarsely ground until a fine powder. After that, combine the powder with the curd and salt.
Slit the chillies and coat them well with curd batter. Make sure all the green chillies are well coated. Keep the leftover batter.
Spread the chillies on the plate and keep the plate in sunlight. Wait for some time.
Once the chillies are ready, coat them again with the leftover batter and dry them again in the sunlight.
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Now, that you know how to make it, try this at home and let us know how you all liked it in the comments below.