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Tuesday, April 6, 2021

Tea-Time Snack – Golden Stuffed Chilies

Stuffed Chilies Recipe

Indian food illuminates its culture through its appearance partnering with its taste and smell. When you look at its color, you’ll largely notice ruby tone richness in curries, rice variants, barbeque or anything that is being served. If in case, the food misses the hint of redness – it is even out by the addition of green chilies in the form of a paste or uncut. Red or green pepper has always been the hero of all flavoring in Indian viands. Nothing goes out humdrum with the addition of peppers as chilies add life to Indian food. We tend to concoct and intensify Italian or Chinese food recipes with our desi touch by adding extra spice to the original dish. We always consider to carry tabasco sauce in our purse to quell the shock of bland food being served elsewhere outside India!

Today’s recipe is exactly what everyone’s taste buds rejoice so I encourage you to try this recipe once, it has a less chance of spice which makes it a better deal for all age groups and also for all my wonderful readers. You will not feel the ouch moment while you nibble on as they are bathed well in vinegar. This recipe is cheesy and crispy with tender chicken filling. They are so easy, fun to make and amazing snack idea. You can enjoy it with ketchup or mayonnaise to enhance its overall taste. If you want to feel the extra punch of chilies – avoid scooping its seeds out or else for mild taste - simply deseed the bullet peppers, dip in vinegar, stuff the elements and enjoy the crispiness of chilies. I have also shared the recipe of Stuffed Bell Peppers if you are looking for veg version.

The conclusion of this recipe is exactly the same like we tried in one of the food outlets in our vlog – you can check our vlog for a closer look - Youtube Video.

Tea-Time Snack – Golden Stuffed Chilies

Stuffed Chicken Chilies Recipe

Preparation Time: 30 minutes

Cooking Time: 10 minutes

Total Time: 40 minutes

Serves: 2 persons


8-10 bullet peppers, mild one’s

8-10 boneless chicken pieces, boiled and cut into strips

An equal proportion of shredded mozzarella + cheddar cheese, quantity as per your likings

2 cups cooking oil

2 cups water

1 ¼ teaspoon salt

½ teaspoon black pepper powder

1 cup bread crumbs

1 cup all-purpose flour

2 eggs, beaten

2 tablespoons vinegar


  • Carefully slit all the bullet peppers from the middle and with the help of a small spoon try to scrape out all the seeds.
  • In a bowl, unify 2 cups of water and 2 tablespoons vinegar. Immerse all the peppers and allow it to sit for at least 10 minutes.
  • Meanwhile, mix ¼ teaspoon salt and ½ teaspoon black pepper powder with boiled chicken strips and leave it aside.
  • After 10 minutes: Gently fill the chicken strip into the slit gap of pepper, following with shredded cheese mixture. Do the same with remaining bullet peppers. Note: Do not over-fill the stuffing, this may cause difficulty while coating the slit section of chilies resulting in mess during the frying process.
  • In two separate plates, mix 1 cup bread crumbs with ¼ teaspoon salt and mix 1 cup all-purpose flour with ¼ teaspoon salt.
  • Step 1: Pick the stem-end of a bullet pepper – roll in beaten eggs – Roughly coat in all-purpose flour – Immediately coat in bread crumbs.
  • Step 2: Double Coating - Bring back again in beaten eggs – Coat well with bread crumbs – Seal the gap perfectly.
  • In a frying pan, heat 2 cups cooking oil on a medium-low heat, put peppers one by one and allow it to fry until light golden brown in color. Note: Do not move spatula while its frying for least 3 minutes – coating may fall off.
  • As one side is done, switch sides and allow it to fry evenly. Serve hot with your favorite dips. Team up with mugs of coffee or tea!


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