Thursday, March 1, 2012

Baby Corn Stir Fry - Baby Corn Capsicum Stir Fry | Baby Corn Recipes

Baby Corn Stir Fry
Baby corn stir fry is one easy sidedish which goes well with both rice and rotis.I love dry curries / poriyals for rotis especially when its for lunch. Last time when I took a bunch of baby corn, I made stir fry which was perfect to go with both rice and rotis. I loved it with rotis and the family enjoyed with sambar rice.

The next post is for a special occasion, guess what? Keep guessing by then I will get ready with the post for Monday :)
Baby Corn Stir Fry Recipe

Baby Corn Stir Fry Recipe - Ingredients

Preparation Time : 10 mins | Cooking Time : 15 mins | Serves : 2
Recipe Category: Side dish | Recipe Cuisine: South Indian

Baby corn - 10 cut into bite sized pieces
Capsicum - 1/2 from medium sized
Onion - 1 finely chopped
Tomato - 1 chopped finely
Tomato sauce - 2 tsp (optional)
Red chilli powder- 3/4 tsp
Garam Masala Powder - 1/4 tsp
Turmeric powder - 1/4 tsp
Ginger garlic paste - 1 tsp
Salt - for taste
Oil - 2 tsp

To Temper:

Mustard seeds - 1/2 tsp
Urad dhal - 1/4 tsp
Jeera - 1/2 tsp

Method:

  1. Heat oil in a non stick pan, add the ingredients under 'to temper' allow it to crackle. Then add onion, saute till slightly browned. Then add tomatoes saute till raw smell leaves.
    How to make baby corn stir fry - Step1
  2. Then add turmeric, red chilli, sambar powder and required salt. Meanwhile parboil baby corn with water till immersing level. Drain water and add cooked baby corn to the masala.
    How to make  baby corn stir fry - Step2
  3. Mix well then add capsicum and saute for 2 mins. Then add tomato sauce(this is purely optional, I added it for mittus sake). Stir once and allow the masala to blend well for 2mins. Then garnish with coriander leaves and switch off.
    How to make  baby corn stir fry - Step3
Serve hot with rice or rotis. Tomato sauce adds a tanginess to the stir fry so I prefer adding it.
Baby Corn Stir Fry Recipe

My Notes:

  • Adding tomato sauce is purely optional,I added it as mittu likes the tanginess.
  • You can also pressure cook baby corn for 2 whistles to cook it.
Baby Corn Stir Fry Recipe


Written by: SHARMILEE J

49 comments:

  1. Is it your daughter`s birthday???

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  2. @Cilantro : No there is another 2 more months for it :)

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  3. irst time here ... glad to follow you ... very yummy corn baby fry ..kids would love to have it ..
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  4. @Cilantro : No there is another 2 more weeks for it ;) Sharmis Passions 3rd blog anniv it is :) haha

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  5. Ok I thought it was in Feb. Advanced wishes on your blog anniversary!

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  6. @Cilantro : Yes you were right...though my first post was in feb the formal cooking post was made in March. Anyways thanks for ur support and wishes! :)

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  7. Good one.. I love stir fries

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  8. nice n yummy curry....its a nice coincidence for d 3rd blog anniversary..my blog also celebrated it recently..:)

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  9. Nice curry!! a long way.........keep going.. expecting some sweet next week. :)

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  10. i too prefer dry curries for chapapthi...this sweet corn sabzi sounds so yummy...nice presentation!!

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  11. Yummy looking cord, I could have it just like that without rice or roti, of course mothers do not like that :-)

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  12. Where do you get baby corn, in a can or is it freshly available. I love baby corn,

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  13. @Srimathi : I got it fresh in a local vegetable stall named Pazhamuthir Nilayam

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  14. this looks spicy and yumm too.....loved it

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  15. Easy peasy and tasty ! BTW did you write to those people ?

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  16. Baby corn stir fry looks really inviting!

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  17. Awesome preparation, looks very inviting, I too love dry curries with the rotis, especially for a packed lunch..

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  18. this looks great Sharmi! Love your bright happy pictures!

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  19. simply yummy!!!even i love to eat dry curries with roti....nice click as usual dear!

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  20. Baby corn stir fry is too gud.. and advance wishes on your blog anniversary sharmi :)

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  21. Simple stir fry are always good !! Advance Blog Anniversary Wishes !!

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  22. I too make it for aj and in a similar way too :)

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  23. This looks nice and love the clicks, I made the similar one, but with the addition of bread..

    -Mythreyi
    Yum! Yum! Yum!

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  24. A very simple yet tempting dish with an equally tempting presentation. You are making my mouth water :)

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  25. Looks very good, simple and delicious!!

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  26. Nice , i make only manchurian. will try this way..

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  27. A simple yet delicious recipe. I'll try out with sambar powder :-)

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  28. Wow yummy one.Will try soon and let u know.

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  29. Simple yet delicious stir fry. Will taste yum with both roti and rice

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  30. Yummy bcorn...i rarely find fresh ones here...it is always the canned one we get regularly which doesnt give the fresh taste

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  31. Finger licking...
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  32. Delectable baby corn stir fry, perfect with rotis. Baby corn does taste best in all forms.

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  33. Delicious and yummy stir fry with baby corn..

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  34. I love stir fried curries too.
    looks absolutely yummy.

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  35. Looks yummy and delicious...following now.

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  36. Nice, easy & new recipe...seems u really like corn :)

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  37. this looks wonderful deliciously done

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  38. Tried today sharmi for pack lunch .... Really nice and tasty recepie... Thank you so much

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  39. very nice and flavourful stir fry...perfectly done...

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  40. very nice combination. I tried it (minus the onions and tomatoes, forgot about that :() , but it tasted brilliant. thanks for a wonderful recipe!

    -vinutha

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