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Corn & Mushroom Curry

This is a spicy dish with corn kernels and chopped mushrooms which goes with Indian Chappathi. Also with other cuisines like fried rice, toasted bread etc. This is a gravy which can be served even with plain rice with a tinge of ghee on it.

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directions

  • Wash and boil the corn kernels or get a tinned boiled one from your grocery store.
  • Wash mushrooms and remove the dirt neatly.
  • Finely grind onions and tomatoes into a paste. Keep aside.
  • Heat the dish and put some oil. Once you can feel the oil heat, put cloves, bay leaf and star anise to it. Toss it a bit.
  • Now add the paste of Onion and tomatoes. Add some red chilly powder, coriander powder, pepper powder to the mixture.
  • Add water to this and bring it to boil until you notice a thin layer of oil come up separately.
  • Add half cup of milk to this. Now add corn kernels and mushrooms with some salt and boil closed.
  • Finally mix cornflour to quarter cup of water and mix it with the dish. In few minutes the gravy will thicken.
  • Top it with a spoon of fresh cream and finely chopped coriander leaves. Serve hot!
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  1. charanyaagk
    This is a spicy dish with corn kernels and chopped mushrooms which goes with Indian Chappathi. Also with other cuisines like fried rice, toasted bread etc. This is a gravy which can be served even with plain rice with a tinge of ghee on it.
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