Wednesday, 8 August 2007

Sweet Corn and Red Pepper in a Spicy Tomato Sauce / Curry

I am going to try and cook as much seasonal food as I can. Corn on the cob are in season at the moment. I got these at 3 for £1.


Ingredients
2 tbspn oil
1/2 tspn mustard seeds
1/2 cumin seeds
3 large tomatoes; blanched peeled and liquidised; or 200gm tin of peeled tomatoes; liquidised
2 tspn tomato pure
2 tspn grated ginger
3 tspnn minced garlic
1 red chille; minced
2 red romano peppers; diced
2 corn on the cob; boiled and kernals removed with a sharp knife4 large tomatoes; blanched,
1 tspn cumin powder
2 tspn coriander powder
1/2 tspn tumeric
1/2 cup water
Salt to taste

Method
1.Heat the oil in a pan, add mustard and cumin seeds let the seed pop.
2. Add the garlic, ginger and chilli, give a good stir
3. Add the fresh tomatoes, stir and cook for about five minutes;
4. Add the tumeric,cumin and coriander, mix and cook for a few minutes.
5. Add the sweet corn, red pepper , tomato puree, salt and water. Cook for 15 minutes.
I served it with masala paratha (recipe to come soon)

26 comments:

Sharmi said...

that is new and delicious looking. Never heard of corn curry. very healthy infact.

Erin said...

Looks wonderful! I love corn and am always looking for new ways to cook it. I am looking forward to your receipe for masala paratha as well!

meeso said...

Looks yummy, the colors are nice!

Asha said...

Looks brilliant.I love the color contrast in the curry.Looks like more colorful bell pepper dishes for me!:)

musical said...

Lovely, i say! I can imagine the chewy taste of corn.....goodness in the bowl!

Tee said...

ooh, this looks so colourful and yummy !

Richa said...

so colorful, looks delicious

indosungod said...

Looks colorful and delicious what better way to use both corn and bell pepper which are both in season and bursting with freshness.

Cynthia said...

I've never thought of having corn this way... thanks for the idea.

bee said...

you really love corn, don't ya? i love it too.

archana said...

The curry is looking very tasty and masaledar :)Nice pictures.

g said...

Hi there! What a great recipe! Thanks for visiting and commenting!

lakshmi said...

i love corn and when its in season make it at least once a week (stuffings, veggies, in gravies or just plain good old boiled corn)

im looking forward to your masala paratha (it looks gorgeous!!)

thanks for visiting and commenting on theyumblog. you have a neat bunch of recipes here. will definitely go through.

Raaga said...

looks yummy... I may just have everything I need.

SeeC said...

Looks very rich and lovely colour.

Poonam said...

looks yummy!

TBC said...

That looks so colorful. I have never tried using this combo before.
Nice recipe!

Nags said...

its healthy all the way eh?

Padma said...

hey can we cook with frozen corn? I am have 1 pound sitting in my freezer Its really new to me...Nice pics

Saju said...

Thanks everyone
Padma, yes you can use frozen corn. Just follow the instruction on the pack for cooking times.

Aruna said...

Wow....corn in delicous tomamto sauce must definately taste great....

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anusharaji(www.talimpu.com) said...

wow again
love the colors
u do use contrasting colors ;)

Neelam said...

Hi saju this is a lovely recipe...I have lots of frozen corn ...I think I am going to make it!

Dee said...

I love the curry pics, it looks gorgeous!

Prajusha said...

this looks yummy yummy and colorful

Latha said...

Hi saju,

Looks so yummy! So many new dishes in the blogosphere.

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