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Corn - 1 cup
Onion - 1
Tomato -1
Green Chillies - 2
Garam masala powder - 1 tsp
Channa dal flour - 2 tsps
Curry leaves
Salt to taste.


1) Heat oil in kadai . Add mustard and jeera . When it splutters , add chopped onion and saute till tender .
2) Add chopped tomato,green chillies and curry leaves . Fry till it foorms thick gravy.
3) Add corn ,garam masala and little water .Add salt.
4) Cover with a lid and allow to boil .Wait till it gets cooked.
5) Before removing from flame add channa dal flour . turn off the flame after 10 minutes.Garnish with dania leaves .
Serve hot with chapathi.

This goes to Sharmi's Cooking for Kids - Corn.

My other entries are :

Simple Breakfast
Corn Semiya Upma


Uma said…
Wishing you and your family a wonderful New Year 2009!
anudivya said…
Hey Shama, Happy 2009! Corn Kurma sounds delectable, so does all your corn recipes!
Varsha Vipins said…
So simple n tasty,,am seeing corn everywhere now..:)
Sanghi said…
A new recipe. Sounds healthy. Good work Shama!
vidhas said…
Corn kurma is a new one to me. Thanks for sharing. Will try it.
Unknown said…
nice healthy recipe..looks delicious..
Suganya said…
Kurma look so good. Nice recipe. Love to have it with hot chapaties. YUM!
sriharivatsan said…
Hi, First time to your blog.. Corn kurma, a healthy recipie, looks delicious..

Please do visit my blog when you find time.. Happy new year to you..
Sharmi said…
very simple and easy recipe. nice combination with rotis.
Deepa Hari said…
Nice Kurma...Wish you a very Happy New Year!
oh this one sounds very easy. looks yummy.
Hi...Corn kurma looks delicious...Thank you for dropping by :)
Unknown said…
looks delicious never tried like this perfect for roti
corn kurma looks new to me....but healthy dish tooo...
LifenSpice said…
Hi Shama,that's a nice new recipe. I have a can of corn sitting in my pantry, was looking for something to make, thanks for this lovely entry:)BTW, i have added u to my blog check out:)
Srikitchen said…
looks delicious and yum!
Priya Suresh said…
Wow looks yummy...seems very easy too..

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