Friday, April 22, 2011

      My kid has few favourite veggies,in that baby corn is one. So weekly once this will be in the menu for him . He loves baby corn sabzi with steamed basmati rice and simple yellow dal for his lunch. So here is the recipe for baby corn sabzi.
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Ingredients:

Baby corn 12
Onion 1,chopped
Tomato 2 ,chopped
Capsicum 1/2 ,cubed
Green chilli 2 nos
Red chilli powder 3/4 tsp
Coriander leaves 2 tblsp
Turmeric 1/8 tsp
Salt & water As needed
To Temper:
Oil 1 tblsp
Jeera 1 tsp
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Method:

  1. Cut the baby corn to your desired shape and boil it with salt and turmeric until done.
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  2. Heat a pan with oil and temper with the jeera. Add onion and green chillies and fry till transparent.
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  3. Add the cooked baby corn and red chilli powder and cook for 2-3 minutes.
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  4. Add the tomato and capsicum and fry for 2-3  more minutes in medium flame.
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  5. Top with coriander leaves and drizzle with some ghee if you want,gives a nice touch…
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   6.Fry for a minute and transfer to the serving bowl. Serve as accompaniment for rice or roti .
    
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Notes:
  • You can add finely chopped ginger along with onion if you like.
  • You can also pressure cook baby corn instead boiling.

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50 comments:

  1. As usual,u rock with ur detailed pictures.love the sabzi.

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  2. Wow rak the curry looks very yummy and great clicks.

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  3. I loved the last click esp.. Simple yet awesome recipe Raks.

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  4. Colorful delicious recipe...nice clicks...

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  5. colourful platter,..;-)
    sabzi looks delicious,

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  6. very healthy platter,it's a great perk to polish of the plate :P good one Raji.

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  7. Hey Raks,

    Love that mini plate and the pictures. I generally prepare Baby Corn Pakoda as it's the favoutite of my MIL. Will give your recipe a try next time.

    Thanks and regards,
    Seema
    amchi-bong-konnexion.blogspot.com
    seemabbas.blogspot.com

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  8. been ages since I made a nice subzi .. my fave too

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  9. My daughter too likes baby corn but in the form of boiled salad...but this subzi looks so good...simple to make too and must have tasted delish.

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  10. The platter looks so yumm Raji.

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  11. Looks very simple and hassle free sabji. 1st click is awesome..

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  12. SIMPLE AND YUMMY CURR, KIDS WILL LIKE THIS.

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  13. What a fabulous curry!! Loved every bit of this post :)

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  14. ரொம்ப நல்லா இருக்கு ராஜி...சூபப்ராக இருக்கு...

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  15. So yummy and tasty sabzi... Lovely clicks...

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  16. Quick and delicious sabzi,i wont mind to have some for my lunch..

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  17. That;s a real quickie...Looks fabulous...and as usual your clicks just rock...

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  18. Simple yet delicious curry :) I like baby corn a lot :)

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  19. Woww.. looks colorful and delicious raji.. amazing clicks.. thanks for sharing !!

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  20. Such a simple side dish.Surely going to bookmark this to be tried.

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  21. OOH. Love that delectable platter!

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  22. Looks awesome! I love baby corns!

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  23. Simple but delicious. Lovely pictures.

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  24. Looks so appetizing..simply awesome.

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  25. What a wonderful looking platter dear, love the colorful corn sabzi :)

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  26. Lovely dish.. Looks YUM and colorful..
    Bhalo Khabo

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  27. Quick & delicious!!! I love babycorns!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  28. luv the detailed recipe. looks so delicious!

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  29. Wow, I usually prepare Child Corn Pakoda as it is the favoutite of my MIL. looks yummy and delicious. Thanks for shearing.
    Complete kitchen

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  30. love anything and everything with babycorns and that looks tempting and so colorful!
    US Masala

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  31. Baby corn is awesome.. a pity i don't find it here very often. It's great when our kids love it :)

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  32. This is definitely a new dish to try for me, looks deliicious!

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  33. Simple and tempting curry....

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  34. Simple yet delicious curry.nice pic of ajay holding the plate.

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  35. wow...that does look really nice...a very appealing snap...

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  36. Baby corn sabzi looks awesome delicious.

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  37. looks very colorful and yummy!
    Smitha
    Smitha's Spicy Flavors

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  38. Simple but a flavourful curry...Looks yumm

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  39. Fabulous colorful curry n perfect clicks..

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  40. Love your detail instructions and ur unique recipe....looks so tempting:)

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  41. Love this little plates, and pictures. As is usually the Baby Corn, prepare my mil favorite Pakoda. Try the recipe next time.
    Mens Casual Shoes

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  42. this baby corn subzi is a fantastic color and looks too tempting!!! Drools aplenty!

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  43. Just now catched up your recent 4 posts that i missed, first love the variety you tried and the clicks are colourfull and Food Looks Really Pretty!

    pack me the plate with sabzi, please raks!

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  44. Hi there.
    I had tried my hand with the recipe today and I tell you out was awesome.I also added ginger and garlic to get a little spicy tasty.thank a lot for the recipe

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  45. I tried the receipe today and came out really tasty. My husband appreciated it a lot. I also added a bit of jeera and black pepper powder to this for a spicier version. Easy to cook. Tasty and healthy since not much of oil or spices used.

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  46. बहूत अच्छा सादा सिम्पल तरीका है

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