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Minty Babycorn

Baby corns are always good when eaten raw. I never wanted to add any spices to it not even salt. But Amma used to add it to Kurma, Veg pulav etc. This recipe is a special one which Amma made yesterday. Back from hospital now she is gaining her energy. Saying that her toungue has not gooten back its taste she wanted to have something minty as mint will always correct your digestive system in terms of bringing back your tatse buds to action specially after recovering from illness. The tiny white slices are brillaint looking in the green-green gravy As its her random idea I think this combi can be found with other veggies in our fellow blogs. But this gravy went well with the bland tasting baby corns. We had it with Chappathis.

Ingredients:
Baby corn sliced – 1 cup
Mint leaves – 1 handful
Coriander leaves with stems – 1 handful
Green chilly – 1
Salt – 1/4 teaspoon (adjust as per your taste)
Cashew – 6-7 toasted
Peanut oil – 2 T

How to make it?
Grind the mint leaves, coriander leaves, salt, green chilly, cashew to a fine paste. Heat the oil in a thick bottomed pan and add the paste. Saute for 10 -15 seconds. Add the sliced baby corn to this. Keep sauting it in medium flame for 1 – 2 minutes. Baby corn tastes better when half cooked retaining its crunchiness. Simmer for few seconds and switch off the stove.

Serve warm with rotis.

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10 comments on “Minty Babycorn

  1. That’s a unique recipe Nirmala, looks great!:)

  2. Lovely Looking dish Nirmala..:)

  3. Hope you are Amma is doing well now Nirmala… This dish is very unique!

  4. so sorry to hear about your mom. wishing her a quick recovery.

  5. This sure does seem a good combo! Never tried it this way bfore…bookmarked!

  6. Wishing your mom a speedy recovery. I have never seen fresh baby corns.

  7. Thanks a lot for all your wishes! I have conveyed them to Amma. She was really happy to know that so many good hearts around world are there to wish her good health. She’s recovering fast!

  8. Hi Nirmala, baby corn is one of my favorite veggies and I would never think to add mint — thank you for that great recipe! Best wishes to your mom and I hope she is feeling better — I understand how that goes.

    Linda
    Thanks for your kind words Linda! Will convey that to her !

  9. A new recipe for me, and looks very good. I will be trying this one soon.
    Best wishes to amma and to you, Nirmala. Please take care.
    Thanks Indira! Its worth a try and the addition of cashew nuts is the result of the inspiration from your recipes. I like that creamy flavour very much

  10. I too love baby corn when it is half cooked! 🙂 Nice recipe! Really missed meeting you at chennai!

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