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Tuesday, April 26, 2011

BABY CORN MASALA | SIDE DISH FOR ROTI

BABY CORN COOKED IN RICH TOMATO GRAVY.

Last week when we all went to a North Indian restaurant  for lunch we ordered a Baby Corn Masala which we have never tried before in that place. We all liked it very much and we went for veggies shopping and my daughter picked the cute baby corns in the vegetable section and asked me to make a masala with that.
I tried to recreate the same taste but i almost it was like that(my daughter said) and we had a great dinner with rotis and a salad(recipe coming soon)

Picture updated.

BABY CORN MASALA 3

SERVES : 4-5
INGREDIENTS:
BABY CORN 2 PACKETS(15 NO. APPROX)
ONIONS 2 NO AND 1 NO FOR GARNISHING
CAPSICUM 1/2 NO
TOMATO 2 BIG RIPED
CASHEW NUTS 5-7 NO.(OPTIONAL)
REDCHILLI POWDER 1/2 TSP
CORIANDER POWDER 1/2 TSP
CUMIN SEED POWDER 1/4 TSP
KASOORI METHI 1/4 TSP
TOMATO SAUCE 1/4 TSP
GARAM MASALA/KITCHEN KING MASALA A GENEROUS PINCH
CUMIN SEEDS A PINCH
MILK 1/2 CUP
SALT AS NEEDED
TURMERIC POWDER A PINCH
OIL 2 TBLSP

BABY CORN MASALA 2

METHOD:
  • Wash the Baby corn and cut them into big pieces .
cut the baby corn
  • Roughly chop the 2 onions and saute them in a kadai(add a few drops of oil) till it turns into a nice brown colur.
saute onions
  • Roughly chop the tomatoes and the capsicum into cubes.
tomatoes chopped cut capsicum

  • In a pan cook the baby corn till it becomes soft.
  • It took 10 minutes for me to get them cooked.
  • Add a pinch of turmeric and little salt while cooking.
cook the corn
  • When it is done, drain the excess water and keep the corns aside.
cooked corn
  • In a mixer jar, add the sauted onions, tomatoes, redchilli powder,coriander powder,cumin seed powder,tomato sauce , kasoorimethi, cashew nuts(if adding and i didnt add) into a smooth paste.
grind in a mixer
  • In a kadai add the oil and saute the capsicum and cubed onion for a minute.
  • Keep it aside.
saute capsicum and onion
  • In the same oil throw in the cumin seeds and add the ground masala.
  • Saute them in a low flame for 5 mins.
ground masala
  • Add the cooked Baby corns and the milk to the gravy.
add corn and milk
  • Now add the capsicum and onions to this.
  • Put off the flame.
add capsicum and onions
  • Serve it hot with Roti/ Naan.
  • It tasted even so yum with Peas pulao also.
BABY CORN MASALA 1
Tomatoes can be replaced by 1/2 cup of store bought tomato puree.
I used the Everest Kitchen King Masala and it gave a wonderful flavour to the curry
  

71 comments:

  1. Yumm, babycorn masala looks truly delectable and fantastic..

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  2. Love babycorn a lot...looks really yumm nnice combo wid rotis..

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  3. Super yummy!! Looks soo rich n creamy..Yummm

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  4. Super recipe...looks very tasty and like restaurant dish.

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  5. Aahaaa. Soooooper. I luv it anytime

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  6. Looks too good.iam sure it tasted the best :)

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  7. Have been making only baby corn manchurian or stir fry...this masala sounds interestingly delicious. Neat presentation...SG bloggers elarum intha bucket sernthu poi vangitengala ;) just kidding

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  8. @sharmilee: HAha.. my mom bought this for me when she went to trichy:)

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  9. Rich & delicious gravy!!!!! A keeper for sure :) Hey n i love the vessel too!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  10. Very tempting and mouthwatering baby corn masala....wonderful clicks...

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  11. SUper like Jey.... looks yummy

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  12. Fantastic recipe...love it

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  13. Delicious recipe and nice presentation... gonna try this method soon..

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  14. OMG.....I have cooked almost same gravy to go with paneer and capsicum !!Healthy appetizer event

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  15. This is my all time fav.. Ur container for presentation is really awesome. Nice recipe... YUM!

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  16. wow baby corn masala looks so creamy and very inviting gravy !! cute vessel !!

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  17. I tried this once and it was so very yummy... Nice flavors...

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  18. wow...Looks absolutely delicious...

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  19. Looks absolutley yummy Jyeashri. slurrp..hungry now :)

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  20. Curry looks delicious! Somehow, i am not liking Baby Corn.;)

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  21. Delicious masala,very cute presentation...sure will try it...

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  22. looks spicy and delicious dear :)
    bucket looks cute.....

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  23. Awesome Jayasree...Curry looks super delicious..

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  24. Love that aromatic, flavoursome and yum looking curry....

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  25. Hi jayashree...hwz u?...M back to blog hopping after quite a long tym...was damn busy so coulnt visit ur blog for so long...This Babaycorn masala is damn tempting...loved it...nice recipe, vl try sun...loved ur cute presentatn

    http://siddhiscookingexperiences.blogspot.com/

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  26. absolutely delicious - Love the pail in which you've presented!

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  27. ooohhhh!!!!!11love the clicks. Looks super creamy and delicious too

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  28. I think ground cashews always elevate gravies... Looks fabulous.

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  29. yummy and tasty subzi, surely kids will love this.

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  30. Hi Jeyashree!The gravy looks absolutely delicious and the kutty bucket even more tempting! Love your pictorial presentation!

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  31. Milk , what type to use. Can we use condensed milk?

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  32. @rukku, i have used normal full cream milk.condensed milk will be sweet.

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  33. Lipsmackingly delicious baby corn masala!!! Great pictorials too.

    US Masala

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  34. LOoks yummilicious jeyashri.. i think i missed few post and got to browse now... looks delicious.

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  35. nice flavourful curry
    I like the pickle too delicious

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  36. interesting recipe..compliments dear..
    Tasty Appetite

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  37. baby corns are such cute little delicious thing. The masala recipe looks great :)
    www.sunshineandsmile.com

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  38. homely traditional inviting luk fr a new recipe...superb...nice presentation too..wer do u find all these traditional serving pots..really nice.

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    1. These serving pots are from india

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  39. What a unique way to prepare baby corn! I love it...this looks delicious!

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  40. Perfect for Rotis

    http://www.panchamrutham.blogspot.com/

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  41. உங்களுக்கு எனது இனிய இல்லத்தில் அவார்டு கொடுத்திருக்கேன்.. பெற்றுக்கொள்ள வாருங்கள்

    என்றும் நட்புடன் உங்கள் சிநேகிதி

    http://en-iniyaillam.blogspot.com/2011/04/blog-post_22.html

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  42. first time to your space...Loved the baby corn masala..interesting posts..!

    do stop by mine..when you can..:)
    Thanks

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  43. I make this now and then since its my family favorite,better than PBM

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  44. It is more testy then other recipes......

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  45. can we add ginger garlic paste to this recipe. thank you.

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  46. Yes , you can add Ginger garlic paste for extra flavour

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  47. Looks yummy :) I've never made babycorn on its own but this recipe sounds delicious, esp when you fry onions n tomatoes and then make a paste...:) Cashews would make it richer too...Thanks for sharing..I will make it sometime.

    -Divya
    http://tastyvegcooking.blogspot.com/

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  48. This is such a yummy recipe. I have never made baby corn with gravy this looks delicious. I will try this out!

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  49. i bought some baby corns for pizza...i don't know what to do with the rest...i prepare this with chapathi...came out very well..excellent..

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  50. yummy baby corn masala... lov the color...glad to follow you...would be happy if you visit mine at leisure....

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  51. I tried it and its very good

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  52. today i did baby corn masala it came out very well. thank u jeyashri

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  53. today i tried it thank u jeyashri its very yummy

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  54. Hi
    I tried it today n t baby corn masala came out wel.... My hubby loved it.... Thanks Jeyashri....

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  55. Yummmmyyyy jeyashri... i wanna giv t a try...

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  56. Tku jeyashri... lukz yum yum,.. wanna try t today !!!

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  57. looks yum it's mouth watering

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  58. tried thos for first time..no words..simply superb..ur recipes rock!!

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  59. tried it..could not stop eating..all ur recipies Rock!!!

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  60. Hi Jeya
    I tried this an it is excellent !!

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  61. Thanks for sharing this recipe Jeyashri! It turned out awesome! Your recipes are great and your pictures drool-worthy!

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  62. Tried out.came out very well.very excited that forgot to make a click.the next time will post my try.

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  63. I tried it too very tasty...

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  64. Thank you for sharing the recipe. I too tried and it came very I got that restaurant taste...

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  65. Hello Jeyashri,

    This recipe ingredients serving for how many person?? please let me know right now.

    Thanks
    Neeraj

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    1. Hi
      This measurement serves 4-5. I have updated in the post now

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