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Pepper Mushroom Fry


Pepper Mushroom Fry

Here is a quick  spicy pepper flavored  dish for mushroom lovers. I love mushrooms and this is the quickest recipe with very few ingredients.It is low in calorie and can be made spicy like any non vegetarian dish.You can also add bell peppers to this recipe.This dish can be perfectly paired with fried rice or chapatis.

Ingredients
Button Mushroom- 250 gms
Shallots-6-7
tomato- 1/2 (optional)
Ginger- 1 inch thick
Garlic- 4-5 pods
Green chilly-2
Whole black pepper- 1 1/3 tsp
Soya sauce- 2 tsp
Garam masala- 1/2 tsp



Slightly roast one tsp of whole black pepper and powder it.
Crush shallots, ginger, garlic and green chilly into a coarse  mixture.
Clean mushroom and wipe the top with wet cloth and dry with paper towel. Cut it into half.In a pan add one tsp of oil and stir fry the mushrooms. Season with salt and half of pepper saute till the juice is reduced and the mushrooms change color to light brown.Remove this from the pan and keep aside.
In the same pan saute the crushed shallot mixture till it is golden brown. Finely choped tomatoes can be added at this stage. Allow this to get soft and cooked.Add salt, pepper powder, garam masala and soya sauce and the fried mushrooms. Mix well and gently roast in medium flame for another one minute. Serve with chapatis or  fried rice.

Try this..
Hope you will all enjoy.

Comments

  1. Would love to have some with rice!

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  2. That looks yumm..love anything with pepper.

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  3. delicious fry luv to have it rice or roti...

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  4. wow suja nice masala....besan laadoo too lookg gud....i never good be gud at it...always mess it up with besan

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  5. Looks so spicy and yummy...mouthwatering!

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  6. Very new to me.. looks too good and tempting.. thanks for the wonderful recipe dear :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  7. Wonderful looking mushroom fry. Lovely preparation.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  8. Tempting fry. I also prepare in the same way except soy sauce and tomato.

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  9. I love it with some butter garlic toast :) Looks awesome!
    USMasala

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  10. delicious looking curry lovely flavours

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  11. Many can make mushroom fry....but definitely your version tops all. I am stunned by that color and finish. Delicious.

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  12. fabulous flavours...delicious..

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  13. Spicy and yummy pepper mushroom.

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  14. Luks yumm and super good.Deliciously presented too.Luv it

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  15. Simply and a superb staple stir fry with mushrooms.

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  16. Looks super delicious and inviting..adipoli

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  17. Wow sounds nad looks inviting...spicy and flavourful curry

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  18. Spicy and yummy mushroom stir fry...looks delicious.

    Herbs & Flowers: Spring Onions

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  19. Super inviting pepper mushroom,would love to have simply with curd rice.

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  20. Black pepper must have given a wonderful kick to the bland mushrooms! love it!

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  21. yum Yum this looks so mouthwatering !

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  22. hi suja, this yummy dish is sure one my favorites to try out..love all the ingredients

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  23. wow, iam drooling. I wish to have with sambhar rice :)

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  24. spicy and delicious pepper mushroom..

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  25. wow...mushroom fry is just so delicious...love ur clicks dear !

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  26. Spicy, delicious and yumm pepper mushrooms.

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  27. Looks so tempting ! I love this with roti

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  28. Adipoli Mushroom curry , i'm bookmarking this one.

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  29. sounds delicious...tempting me a lot..:P

    Tasty Appetite

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  30. Looks spicy, yummy and tempting.

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  31. Thanks all for the sweet comments:)

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  32. Delicious curry.. I always love trying different versions of mushroom curries..

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  33. mouthwatering... mushrooms r so amazing!!

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