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Friday, 15 February 2013

Aloo and Babycorn dry curry

Today, my hubby had decided to work from home. So, I had decided to prepare Deep fried aloo for him for lunch, since he loves it very much. I had also zeroed on Paneer and carrot fried rice. But, I did'nt want to make the stereotypical Aloo fry. So was wondering wat else can be added with Aloo and mutter. 

Then I realised, I had few of the baby corns left. So got that idea of adding that to aloo and trying out a different combo. And, my experiment did not fail.

So here goes the recipe.

Ingredients : 

1. Potatoes                                        -   5 to 6

2. Peas                                                -   1 cup

3. Baby corn                                       -   3-5 , cut into thin and long pieces

4. Oil                                                    -    8-10 tbslp

5. Mustard and Jeera seeds          -    2 tspns each.

6. Hing                                                -    For seasoning.

7. Salt                                                 -   As per requirement.

8. Sambar powder/                          -  2-3 tbslp


First wash and boil the potatoes.Cut the potatoes into equal sized cubes. In a kadai , heat oil. Then add the mustard seeds and allow it to splutter. Then add the Jeera seeds. Now add the cut potatoes, salt, hing, sambar powder and fry for sometime. Then add peas and baby corn and fry for abt 10 mins. Then remove the curry from stove. 

This is a very good accompaniment for Plain steamed rice, fried rice, Chappathi, Pori, Dosa , etc.



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  3. Love this yummy stirfry. Looks delicious.


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