There are many variations of stuffing Green chilli fritters which are de-seeded stuffed green chillies, dipped in gram flour batter and deep-fried. It’s a mouth-watering delicacy belonging to the Indian subcontinent and now relished by people all over the world.
Generally, the green chillies are stuffed with a mixture of tamarind pulp and cumin, but here, I have shared a very flavorful, tangy and sweet tamarind coconut chutney to stuff Mirchi k bhajiye, enhancing their taste to another level. This stuffing is less commonly known.
Stuffing for Mirchi k bhajiye / Green chilli pakode stuffing/ Imli khopre ki chutney/ tamarind coconut chutney for mirchi bajji
Firstly, wash and soak the tamarind in water for 20 minutes. After 20 minutes remove the seeds and any shell residues from the tamarind. Take the pulp along with the water used for soaking the tamarind.
In a blender jar add all the ingredients, that are, tamarind pulp with water, garlic cloves, groundnut, coconut, cumin seeds, salt, coriander seeds and sugar.
Grind it into a smooth paste. That's it. The tamarind coconut chutney for stuffing green chillies is ready.
- Tamarind coconut stuffing can be made and stored in an airtight container in chill tray of your refrigerator for 1 month.
- Be careful while adding water while grinding, since adding more water makes your stuffing runny and it becomes difficult to fill into the green chillies while making fritters.
- The quantity of stuffing to be used in your fritters depends on your choice.