Mirchi is Chilly (here dark green ‘Lavangi’ Mirch) and Chatka means ‘burn’ in Marathi. Does that give you an indication of how fiery this recipe must be? This recipe is sure to burn your taste buds.
This is an out –and- out chilli lovers recipe.
I have used dark green Mirchi (something like ‘Lavangi’)for this recipe which is more Pungent. If your palette cannot tolerate the heat, use chillies which are less pungent.
Before you enjoy this ‘Chatka’ make sure your room is well ventilated or even better switch on the AC or the fan 🙂
I have to warn you like the ‘Radio Mirchi’ RJ- It’s HotJ
Mirchi-cha Chatka for this month’s JFI-Mirchi hosted by Nandita of Saffrontrail. or Yoghurt Mirchi for this week’s letter ‘Y’ for A to Z of Indian Cuisinehosted by Nupur of One Hot Stove (Hey Nupur I am not Cheating J )