Bharwa or Bharwan means ‘stuffed’ in Hindi language. Shimla Mirch is known as capsicum or bell peppers. The accurate translation of this bharwa shimla mirch is stuffed capsicum/ bell pepper. This dish is also known as Aloo Ki Bharwa Shimla Mirch in Hindi. These easy and healthy stuffed bell peppers are vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free. You don’t need to have any professional skills to cook these deliciously homemade stuffed peppers. This Bharwa Shimla Mirch requires no oven time, and is almost effortless to make. Another best part is this — they’re fun to make and eat.
A perfect vegetarian meal that is incredibly filling and yummy. Bharwan Shimla Mirch or Stuffed Capsicum recipe is created with a mixture of mashed potato, crumbled paneer, onions, red bell pepper and flavored with spices. These bell peppers are loaded with goodness of protein, veggies and yummy ingredients creating a balanced meal for everyone.
How to serve Bharwa Shimla Mirch?
This Indian Style Stuffed Capsicum is a stunningly looking colorful dry side dish which makes a great addition to your lunch/dinner table. It goes perfectly well along with some raita, dal, and Indian flatbreads such as chapati or paratha.
Some interesting facts about Shimla Mirch:
‘Shimla’ is the capital city and also a popular hill-station of the Northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. ’Mirch’ is a name for chili in the Hindi language.
Health benefits of capsicum:
There are many health benefits of eating capsicum/bell pepper.
They are an excellent source of Vitamin A and Vitamin C. Vitamin C as we all know enhances the immunity.