Monday, November 18, 2013

BABY CORN KURMA| SIDE DISH FOR CHAPATI

Baby corn , whether i make baby corn masala or baby corn puloa or baby corn kurma we all love it very much. Though i have tried  baby corn kurma few times at home, never had a chance to click it but last week i made a bit early and clicked the kurma for the sake of blogging. Though kurmas are not the favorite dish among my kids but this baby corn kurma was appreciated by everyone and kids liked this too. Do you have baby corn lying down in the refrigerator just go ahead to make this baby corn kurma. Even this kurma can be served with VEGETABLE BIRYANI
baby corn kurma
PREPARATION TIME: 15 MINUTES . COOKING TIME: 20 MINUTES
INGREDIENTS:
BABY CORN 10-15
ONION 1-2
TOMATO 1
CASHEW NUTS 5-6
GREEN CHILLI 2-3
FENNEL SEEDS| SOMBU 3/4 TSP
MILK 1/2 CUP
ELACHI | CARDAMOM 2
GARLIC 3 PODS
COCONUT(GRATED) 1 TBLSP
OIL 2 TSP
SALT AS NEEDED
baby-corn-kurma
METHOD:
  • Wash and clean the baby corn.Chop the baby corn into small pieces and pressure cook it by adding 1/2 cup of water and little salt.
baby corn cooked
  • Finely chop the onions and tomato. Keep half of the tomato aside for grinding.
  • Grind the green chilli, coconut, garlic pods,fennel seeds(sombu),cashew nuts and tomato.
to grind masala
  • In a pan add oil and add the cardamom pods and add the onion and saute it till they turns pink. Add in the half of the finely chopped tomatoes and saute till they turn mushy.
  • Add in the cooked baby corns. Add it along with the water in that.
onion-tomato baby corn
  • Now add in the ground masala and mix well. Let it boil for a minute.
  • Add in the milk now and if you find the kurma thick add little more water to reach the right consistency. Boil this for 5 minutes in a low flame.
kurma kurma
  • Switch off the flame. Garnish with coriander leaves or curry leaves.
  • Baby corn kurma is ready to serve.
Note:
  • Sombu can be tempered in the beginning.
  • Cashew nuts can be replaced with 2 tsp of pottukadalai |chutney dal.
  • You can even replace the baby corn with green peas.




 
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24 comments:

  1. Looks yummy.. I shall try it next...

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  2. a very rich kurma.. looks yum...

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  3. Looks very rich and delicious.. thanks for sharing!!

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  4. love the gravy!!! and a nice way to use baby corn... I keep looking for baby corn recipes!! thanks for sharing!!

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  5. looking delicious,, roti s are apt

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  6. Nice n delicious kurma..love it

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  7. Aj also super like baby corn. Sounds delicious

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  8. Very delicious kurma, rich and creamy..

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  9. delicious and falvorful kurma, i couldn't find fresh/frozen baby corn here..your pics tempting me a lot!

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  10. Delicious and lovely kurma !

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  11. Interesting kurma
    Shobas Delight

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  12. Baby corn is such a lovely-beautiful looking ingredient for me! And this curry is super-delicious with height of richness... :) Can't wait to try it out...

    Latest post: http://cookingwithsj.com/2013/11/18/baked-samosa/

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  13. Thanks Jeyashri for this recipe.. as i dint have Baby corn, i tried same method with Beans,carrot,potato and cabbage. It turned out really good. generally we dont like kurma fearing the intense aroma. but this Masala smelled very subtle..and tasty too.

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    1. Same at my home lakshmi. Thanks for trying out great you love it

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  14. Looks really delicious Jeyashri..would love to try it some time

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  15. Love this type of gravy for chapathi. looks very inviting.

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  16. Drooling here.. Yummy it looks..

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  17. delicious kids friendly kurma, apt curry for Roti varieties!!!

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  18. been a while since i came by, loving all the new recipes shared jey :)

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  19. That babycorn gravy looks scrumptious.....

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