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Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Corn on the Cob Curry

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When I went to India to my In law's house, they have a cook at home, he used to make this curry and when ever he made this, I just loved it. Since then I am making this  and every time I love it.  I made it with corn on the cob, but if you don't like it that way , you can boil the corn and take it out corn kernels and make this gravy and make it. Both way it taste awesome. By boiling the sweetness of corn is comes out and it gives very nice sweet and spicy taste while eating with roti. I made it when my in laws was here and we all loved it. Hope your family will also love it. If you try any of my recipes , love to hear from you.

Ingredients : 

3 whole corn, cut it half

for the Gravy:

1 onion
2 tomatoes - make sure you take tomatoes not puree - that gives different taste, I use home grown backyard tomatoes and taste awesome.
2 tbsp. peanuts
2 tbsp. red chili powder or as per your taste
1 tbsp. Turmeric powder
1 tbsp. ginger, chili , garlic paste
salt to taste
1 tbsp. cumin coriander powder
1 tbsp. garam masala powder
Lime juice and chopped coriander leaves for garnish
3 tbsp. oil

Method:

Cut the corn in half and pressure cook it for two whistles.
Take it out and when its cold, cut it in small pieces, From one half, you can do it three pieces.
Lets make a gravy.

In a blender, add onion, tomatoes, ginger garlic paste , peanuts and make a fine puree.
Heat a big pan, add oil in it.
When it's hot, add the puree in it and cook till all the water is gone and puree leaves oil.
Add all the powder masala and salt in it and add corn too.
Add 1/2 cup of water and mix it nicely. If you need more gravy , add little more.
Let it cook in that gravy for 10 minutes on medium to low flame.
When its done or you get your satisfaction on thickness of gravy, shut it off.
Sprinkle lime juice and coriander leaves before serving and enjoy with hot rotis or rice.



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29 comments:

  1. never tried corn cobs in a curry, looks interesting and delicious.

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  2. my all time favourite curry. Love it.

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  3. Nice curry... my hubby loves corn.. I will make it for him.

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    1. Sure and let me know if he like it or not. Thanks

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  4. The curry looks delicious,will surely try

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  5. Wow thats a yummy looking curry I am sure my daughter will love it seeing corn on cob.

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    1. If your daughter love corn she will love this and with your own personal touch to the dish, it will be awesome.

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  6. I have never tried making corn on cob..looks interesting!

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  7. Lovely dish. One which I have never made before but its spot-on for our veg meals.

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    1. Yes it will be nice to go with rice for your vegetarian saturday meals,

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  8. I usually boil them and have it as a snack, haven't tried curry or other recipes with it...this sounds interesting!

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  9. Your Corn on the Cob Curry really does sound awesome! I agree, using fresh tomatoes makes such a difference in a recipe. Thank you so much for sharing this delicious recipe with us at the Hearth and Soul hop.

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  10. Sounds delish Linsy, and the first time I've seen corn on the cob used whole in a curry! Thanks for entering your recipe to November's Family Foodies Vegetarian event.

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