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Saturday, September 24, 2011

Ezy Tuna - Capsicum Stirfry(Poriyal) - Microwave Recipe

Yet-another tinned Tuna preparation is given here so that U can serve a memorable and delectable meal in few mins that Ur family can enjoy.This serves four nos.and can be done in 10 mins M/W Cooking time.This accompaniment will go well with Bread slices as well as Indian breads and Plain Steamed rice.U can even use this as a filler in sandwiches or chapati rolls(leaving grated coconut).Try this recipe at home.Enjoy Easy cooking at home and Bon Appetit!.

Ezy Tuna - Capsicum Stirfry(Poriyal) -  Microwave Recipe


1 tinned tuna - drained well
1 onion - chopped fine
1 medium sized tomato - chopped fine
1/2 tsp chilli powder or mutton masala
1 tsp ginger - garlic paste
1/2 green capsicum - chopped or cut into 1 inch size
1/2 tsp garam masala or curry masala powder
1/4 tsp needed salt
1/2 tsp mustard seeds
1/2 tsp saunf seeds
2 tbsp grated coconut
2 tsp refined oil
1 handful finelychopped coriander leaves
1 sprig curry leaves
1/2 cup water


1.Add oil,mustard seeds,saunf seeds,chopped onions,ginger-garlic paste,chopped tomato slices,chopped green chillies,chopped capsicum pieces,curry leaves and little coriander leaves,Mix this well and M/W it on high for 3 mins - till tomato pieces begin to melt.
2.Add tinned tuna,chilli powder or mutton masala,salt(if needed only),2 tbsp water and garam or curry masala.Mix well.Microwave this on High for 5 to 6 mins on high.
3.Add coriander leaves and grated coconut and M/W this on High for a min again or till it becomes dry.
4.Serve this hot with bread slices or Indian breads or plain rice.


U can add a handful of chopped spinach or soaked sprouted Moongdal or chopped mushrooms or 2 mins oil-sauteed chopped potato for variation in step 2 before adding Tuna and spices.

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