March 14, 2018

Bok Choy - Bell Pepper Chutney / Chutney Recipe - 38 / #100chutneys


Bok Choy is a type of Chinese cabbage which is also otherwise called as Pak Choi. These leaves are generally used in Stir fry and Soup. Apart from stir fry and soup, I love adding it in Omelette which gives a lovely flavour and also I have included in Rice and Curries. For the first time, I tried chutney out of these and it tasted yummy. I have included Bellpepper / Capsicum and Tomato to enhance the flavour and also to make it healthy. The addition of cumin seed gives a lovely taste and sesame seed gives a rich texture to the chutney. This nutritious chutney can be served with Rice, Idly or Dosa.

Sharing couple of recipes which I had posted earlier using Bok Choy...

Chicken, Bok Choy & Egg Stir Fry 

Bacon Wrapped Asparagus 


Ingredients :

1 Tbsp Oil 
4 - 5 Bok Choy Leaves (along with stem), chopped 
1 Bell Pepper / Capsicum, finely chopped 
1 Tomato, Finely chopped 
3 - 4 Dry red chillies ( Adjust according to taste bud ) 
1 Tsp Sesame Seeds 
1/2 Tsp Cumin seeds / Jeera seeds 
2 Garlic pods
Salt to taste 

Method :

Heat oil in a pan and add sesame seeds.

Fry it for half a minute and add cumin seeds followed by red chillies.

Add Bok Choy stems along with Bell pepper and saute them for a minute.

Now add the remaining ingredients except salt and saute until all the veggie gets cooked.

Once done, remove from the flame and cool the sautéed ingredients.

Grind into fine paste by adding the required quantity of salt and water.

Transfer it to a bowl and serve.


Serving Options :

Serve with Rice, Idly and Dosa. 


29 comments:

  1. I am in awe of your creativity. Another pairing that I would not have thought of. :)

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  2. I cant even imagine this combination in chutney, green chutney looks fabulous to relish with anything.

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  3. This is really interesting recipe, I loved your chutney series.

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  4. A completely new recipe for me. Chutney looks superbly delicious. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Something totally different and very creative!
    I must get bok choy this time in groceries to try this. Will cabbage do as well instead?

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  6. Absolutely fabulous share, Priya! I have never used bok choy for chutneys. will try it for sure.

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  7. This is so innovative to use Bok Choy and capsicum for chutney.

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  8. I tried it once with red bell pepper.. tastes really good.

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  9. This has got to be one of the most innovative chutney I've ever seen. Bok choy in an Indian recipe sounds absolutely amazing.

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  10. Love the interesting combination :) A great way to consume bok choy leaves

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  11. MY God! You are amazing. Would never have thought of this combo for a chutney.

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  12. really, this combination is quite unheard of. Lovely share

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  13. I'm so amazed with this combo, I would have never thought of it! This chutney sounds super yum :)

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  14. Wow.. Another innovative chutney from you dear.. Simply yumm..

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  15. I am amazed at the choice of ingredients in this chutney. Its so very innovative and looks super tasty.

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  16. I have never tried using bok choy in a chutney; sounds interesting and delicious! Nice idea :)

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  17. As creative as it can get my dear. Bak Choy with Bell peppers .. Super combo & I loved the fact you used tomatoes instead of tamarind for providing the tanginess. Great share.

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  18. Super delicious and tempting chutney very rare ingredients which we use..

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  19. Bok choy in chutney is an innovative thought...very flavourful chutney!!

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  20. So delicious and unique chutney. Very flVourful .

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  21. This is another interesting combination that you have made, it looks so flavourful.

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  22. I would have never thought this combo in chutney... great

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  23. You always make drool worth and innovative chutney, this looks so tasty.

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  24. I feel Bok choy has this acquired taste and I wonder how it would taste in chutney. But it looks yummy.

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  25. I have become a big fan of your chutneys. Bookmarked almost all but could try only few till now. This is another great addition to the repertoire

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  26. This is awesome. have my bokchoy grwoing from kitchen scraps, will do this as soon as the leaves a bit more bigger.

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  27. I have not tasted this bok choy, can not think how it must be tasting. But looking at the click feels it must be yummy with fritters too.

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  28. Once again one more innovative chutney priya. Superbly prepared and looks so awesome.

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  29. Yummy chutney dear. Everyday a new learning experience through blogging 😛

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