Published: July 30, 2020 9:40:43 pm
If you are a fan of eating seasonal vegetables and fruits, it is time you include the monsoon-favourite corn cob in your diet. From a snack to a dinner curry, corn or bhutta can make for a delightful addition to your palate. The corn cobs can be turned into a wholesome bite with some interesting recipes. While there are many dishes you can make at home, the one we would like you to try today is Bhutta Curry. Chef Amrita Raichand recently shared the easy and quick recipe on her Instagram.
She also mentioned how the recipe is her family’s favourite, and was taught to her by her mother-in-law who happened to learn it from her father.
Would you try it in your kitchens?
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From dad to Agastya, everyone loves #corn in my family! Specially during monsoons, when it is available in abundance and tastes the best, we make a lot of dishes with corn at home. However, Bhutta curry is a real speciality in my house as it’s my mother-in-law’s popular Rajasthani recipe taught to her by her dad. I’ve learnt this from her though I still feel I can’t ever get it as amazing as she does!😅 Do try and let me know in the comments below as to how your family enjoyed it..💕 *Bhutta Curry * *Ingredients* *For The Dahi Ka Masala* 1 Cup Dahi 1 Tbsp Garlic Paste 1 Tbsp Ginger Paste Salt to taste 2 Tsp Red Chilli Powder 1 Tsp Turmeric Powder 1 Tbsp Coriander Powder *For The Curry* 3 Tbsp Oil 3 medium-sized sliced onions 2 medium-sized roughly chopped tomatoes 2 corn cobs cut into 3 or 4 chunks Water as required 1 Tbsp chopped coriander for garnish *Method:* 1. For the dahi ka masala, take dahi in a bowl & whisk it well to get a smooth consistency. Then add the ginger-garlic paste, salt, red chilli powder, turmeric powder & the coriander powder & mix well until all the masalas have blended in well. Keep aside. 2. Heat the pan & then add the oil. Once the oil is hot, add the sliced onions & sauté till they turn brown. 3. Once the onions turn brown, add the prepared dahi masala & leave it to cook until it starts to release its oil. 4. Then add the tomatoes & allow it to cook for a few minutes. 5. Now add the corn chunks & toss them well with all the other ingredients and masala. 6. Finally, add water to fully submerge the cob chunks & bring it to a boil. Then cover & allow it to cook till the corn becomes soft yet retains a slight bite to it. 7. Once ready check for seasoning. Transfer to a serving bowl and serve hot, garnished with chopped coriander. #Chefandbeyond #beingamrita #monsoon #corn #bhuttacurry #healthyisnotboring #mommychef #cookingforkids #recipes #quickrecipes #healthymeals
Here’s the recipe of Bhutta Curry.
For dahi masala
1 cup – Dahi
1 tbsp – Garlic paste
1 tbsp – Ginger paste
Salt to taste
2 tsp – Red chilli powder
1 tsp – turmeric powder
1 tbsp – Coriander powder
For the curry
3 tbsp – Oil
3 – Medium-sized sliced onions
2 – Medium-sized roughly chopped tomatoes
2 – Corn cobs cut into 3 or 4 chunks
Water as required
1 tbsp – Chopped coriander for garnish
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*For dahi ka masala, take dahi in a bowl and whisk it well to get a smooth consistency. Then add the ginger-garlic paste, salt, red chilli powder, turmeric powder and coriander powder and mix well until all the masalas have blended well. Keep aside.
*Heat the pan and then add oil. Once the oil is hot, add the sliced onions and sauté till they turn brown.
*Add the prepared dahi masala and leave it to cook until it starts to release the oil.
*Then add the tomatoes and cook for a few minutes.
*Now add the corn chunks and toss them well with all the other ingredients.
*Finally, add water to fully submerge the cob chunks and bring it to a boil. Then cover and allow it to cook till the corn becomes soft yet retains a slight bite to it.
*Once ready, check for seasoning. Transfer to a serving bowl and serve hot, garnished with chopped coriander.