Saturday, October 31, 2009

SPICY HALLOWEEN PUMPKIN


WISH YOU ALL A VERY HAPPY HALLWOEEN.

You must have tried a number of various pumpkin recipe for Halloween. Add one more to your list I think this will be little unique in taste from all that you have tasted so far. Give it a try and let me know you like it or not.


INGREDIENT:

Chopped onion 2
Bell pepper 2 deseeded and chopped
Pumpkin 750 grams cut into small pieces
Turmeric powder 1 tsp
Dried red chilly 1 whole
Black mustard seed 1tsp
Garlic 2 clove minced
Ginger 1tsp grated
Peanut fried handful
Coconut grated 4 tbsp
Cilantro 2 tbsp for garnish
Vegetable oil 4 tbsp
Lemon juice 1tbsp
Salt according to taste
(Optional)
Green chilly 1 chopped
Shrimps 10 to 12 ( slightly fried )


PROCEDURE:

In a frying pan with vegetable oil, heat the mustard seeds until they begin to pop, with it break the whole dried red chilly in two pieces and add. Add chopped onion and fry till transparent add minced garlic, bell pepper and grated ginger stir for a minute, add pumpkin, turmeric powder and salt. Sauté for 3 to 4 minutes. Cover and allow the pumpkin to cook . When the pumpkin is well cooked add the fried peanut(those who are strict weightwatcher they can use roasted), sugar, grated coconut and if you want to make it more yummy the you can add slightly fried shrimps and green chilly. Stir it for another one minute. Remove from flame add lemon juice and chopped cliantro. Serve with steamed rice or breads. I think your guest will definitely remember this Spicy Halloween Pumpkin for many years to come and don’t forget to share your Halloween stories with me I am waiting………

A sweet foodie friend Kristy @ My Little space gifted me this befriending button which in this festive mood of Halloween I want to share with all of my friends those who are my constant inspiration and support. But to name all of them is not possible so few from the heart list. If I miss some body that simply the fault of my memory box but my heart knows that in it’s treasure box all the pearls are precious and priceless.




Natasha@5 Star Foodie - Culinary Adventures
Catherine@Living the Gourmet
Jessie@simplyscrumptious
Margaret@Meditation
Ellie Great@ELLIE GREAT
Wenny@Inside My Bubble Today
Rakesh@simply to imagine
and many more………………..
Love Always.

Happy Holloween.
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BE HAPPY AND STAY HEALTHY.


3 comments:

Catherine said...

Happy Halloween dear friend! Hope you have a wonderful day!

5 Star Foodie said...

Happy Halloween! And thank you so much for passing me the Friends award, how sweet!

My Little Space said...

You're most welcome, dear! I know I'm a bit out of dated... the site runs like a snail! However, your Halloween dish looks incredibly good. Cheers.