Satarash is a vegetable dish popular in the Balkans. This is how we like it, but don't be surprised if you find many different recipes for it because there are a lot of variations from household to household. For example, someone might not add rice and add eggplant. Someone would use more tomatoes. You'll rarely see chickpeas or tofu in satarash recipes but I like to add them to improve the nutrition value of the dish.
I mostly use yellow, but you can use different colors
peeled and chopped
to peel, cover them with boiling water for a few minutes, then rinse with cold water and peel
sometimes I add tofu, but you can leave it out
1 can ~ 220g cooked chickpeas
Wash and cut the vegetables.
Cook onions, garlic and carrot until the onions are translucent.
Add the peppers and cook for cca. 10 minutes.
Meanwhile, peel the tomatoes: Make a little cut in the skin with a knife, and cover them with boiling water for a few minutes. Then rinse with cold water and peel.
Add the tomatoes, tomato sauce (if using), rice, tofu (if using) and cooked chickpeas.
Add salt and turmeric.
Continue cooking until the rice and peppers are cooked. Make sure you don't use a variety of rice with a very long cooking time. This should take around 15-20 minutes more.
Serve as a side dish or on its own with some whole grain bread.