A simple, yet filling curry from south India. A comfort food in the cold winter days, yes that’s what we need now, isn’t it? All you need is bell peppers, toor dal (split pigeon peas) and chana dal, oil and simple Indian spices.
Jhuls, my friend over at “The Not So Creative Cook” (that’s just what she’s not, it’s a very modest name for her lovely blog) has been nice to include my recipe as a guest post. We are even taking it to FF#45, where there’s lot of other creative people bringing their dishes.
Do visit Jhuls’ blog here to find out how this traditional curry is made (& how we party at Fiesta Fridays 🙂 )!
Nice twist to the paruppu usili with bell pepper!
Yes, my mother-in-law makes this and I just love it!
Sounds delish Apsara. … 🙂
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Paruppu Usili is my all time fav:-) its been a while since I cooked thanks for reminding:-)
I made it & loved it! A great guest post too! x
thank you, my dear! xx