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Spinach With Three Corn Curry

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Spinach With Three Corn Curry Recipe, Palak, How To Make Spinach With Three Corn Curry Recipe

Spinach with Three corn curry is rich source of vitamin A and good for protection for our eyes, since they contain substantial amounts of lutein. This has three types of corn used i.e. baby corn , sweet corn and to bind them we also use corn meal flour . All these are combined with saag masala and enriched with butter or cream or both

When we have some American sweet corn and baby corns lying in our fridge along with spinach leaves and not in mood for pasta or Read More..

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Bachchali koora, Pasalai keerai, Palang sag

How to make SPINACH WITH THREE CORN CURRY

(59 ratings)
15 reviews so far
Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
10 mins
Total time
20 mins
SPINACH WITH THREE CORN CURRY
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Spinach
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : September 08, 2018


Ingredients used in SPINACH WITH THREE CORN CURRY
• Spinach - 2 bunch.
• Chopped ginger - 1 teaspoons.
• Chopped garlic - 1 teaspoons.
• Chopped onions - 2 cup.
• Green chillies - 5 numbers.
• Nutmeg powder - 1 pinch.
• Coriander leaves - 1/4 bunch.
• Mint leaves - 1/4 bunch.
• Oil - 2 tablespoons.
• Salt - 0 to taste.
• Corn meal - 1/2 cup.
• Boiled corn - 1 cup.
• Baby corn - 1 cup.
• Milk - 1 cup.
• Coriander leaves - 1/4 bunch.
Method:

1. First blanch the spinach. For it take a pan add water, spinach and boil and remove the spinach and keep it aside 2. Heat 2 tbs oil in a pan and add ginger, garlic, green chillies, 1 cup onions, nutmeg powder, coriander leaves, mint leaves, spinach and switch off the flame and saute it. 3. Then take the above mixture into the blender and bend it into a smooth green paste. 4. Heat 1 tbs butter in a pan and add corn meal and saute it and boiled corn, baby corn and mix thoroughly. 5. Then add milk and cook it for 3 mins and add salt and cook again . 6. Then add green paste and cook it and add chopped coriander leaves. 7.Now the dish is ready to serve.






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When we have some American sweet corn and baby corns lying in our fridge along with spinach leaves and not in mood for pasta or noodles but wanting to have some nice curry, spinach with three corn curry is an ultimate delicacy option that no one can end up saying no. spinach with three corn curry is healthy, nutritious and yum! moreover, spinach with three corn curry does not require you be masteries in cooking. You can club spinach with three corn curry along with steamed rice or garlic bread or even have it like a stew. Somehow corn and spinach combination is delicious and their taste nicely blend with each other. The combination of the natural sweetness of corn and the saltiness of spinach makes you fall in love this this dish.

History of Indian cuisine dates back to nearly 5,000-years ago, when various groups and cultures interacted with India that led to a diversity of flavors and regional cuisines. Indian cuisine comprises of a number of regional cuisines. Curry is a dish originating in the cuisine of the Indian subcontinent. The common feature is the use of complex combinations of spices or herbs, usually including fresh or dried hot chilies. The use of the term is generally limited to dishes prepared in a sauce. Curry dishes prepared in the southern states of India may be spiced with leaves from the curry tree. There are many varieties of dishes called 'curries'. Traditionally, spices are used both whole and ground; cooked or raw; and they may be added at different times during the cooking process to produce different results. Dishes called 'curry' may contain fish, meat, poultry either alone or in combination with vegetables. Additionally, many instead are entirely vegetarian, eaten especially among those who hold ethical or religious proscriptions against eating meat or seafood. Curries may be either 'dry' or 'wet'. Dry curries are cooked with very little liquid which is allowed to evaporate, leaving the other ingredients coated with the spice mixture. Wet curries contain significant amounts of sauce or gravy based on yoghurt, cream, coconut milk, coconut cream etc.

Palak or spinach is one of the healthy greens that you can include in your meals. Spinach is an edible flowering plant in the family Amaranthaceae native to central and western Asia. Its leaves are eaten as a vegetable. Spinach is thought to have originated in ancient Persia (modern Iran and neighboring countries). It is not known by whom, or when, spinach was introduced to India, but the plant was subsequently introduced to ancient China, where it was known as "Persian vegetable". The earliest available record of the spinach plant was recorded in Chinese, stating it was introduced into China via Nepal. During World War I, wine fortified with spinach juice was given to French soldiers weakened by hemorrhage. Palak served as key ingredient in many delicacies here are some of them, Palak Moong Dal Fry, Palak Paneer Paratha, Crispy Spinach Fry Palak Pakoda, Aloo Palak Biryani, Palak Paneer, Palak Dal, Palak Makkai Malai, Palak Curry, Palak Gosht, Nadier Palak, Palak Methi Na Muthia, Oats Palak Roti, Palak Ki KadhiKhatti Palak Chutney, Palak Paneer Cutlet Patties, Potato Spinach Curry Aloo Palak, Paneer Bhurji, Aloo Palak Biryani, Huzooro Wale Palak Paneer, Palak Paneer Popcorn Samosa, Palak Pakoda, Palak Pachdi, Alu Palak Saag, Palak Paneer Pie, Khatti Palak Chutney, Palak Rajma Masala, Palak Raita, Palak Puri, , Palak Rajma Masala, Aloo Palak, Potato Spinach And Radish Curry, Soya Spinach Curry, Malai Palak Chicken, Cashew Makhai Phool Saag, Palak Thalipeet, Lehsuni Palak Ka Saag, Atta Spinach Dosa, Sukha Palak Gosht, Palak And Ajwain Lachha Paratha, Beetroot And Spinach Fry, Palak Chekkalu.

Corn also known as maize is one of the most popular cereal grains in the world. It is the seed of a plant from the grass family, native to Central America, but grown in countless varieties throughout the world. Popcorn and sweet corn are commonly eaten varieties, but refined corn products are also widely consumed, frequently as ingredients in foods. These include tortillas, tortilla chips, polenta, cornmeal, corn flour, corn syrup, and corn oil. Corn is typically yellow, but comes in a variety of other colors, such as red, orange, purple, blue, white, and black. Sweet corn also called sugar corn and pole corn is a variety of maize with a high sugar content. Unlike field corn varieties, which are harvested when the kernels are dry and mature (dent stage), sweet corn is picked when immature (milk stage) and prepared and eaten as a vegetable, rather than a grain. Since the process of maturation involves converting sugar to starch, sweet corn stores poorly and must be eaten fresh, canned, or frozen, before the kernels become tough and starchy. In the United States, sweet corn is eaten as a steamed vegetable, or on the cob, usually served with butter and salt. It can be found in Tex-Mex cooking in chili, tacos, and salads.

Baby corn also known as young cornmini corncornlettes, or candle corn is a cereal grain taken from corn (maize) harvested early while the stalks are still small and immature. It typically is eaten whole – cob included – in contrast to mature corn, whose cob is too tough for human consumption. It is eaten both raw and cooked. Baby corn is common in stir fry dishes. Family of corn serves us with numerous varieties of dishes like, Spinach And Corn Fritters, Corn Spinach Cheese Toast, Baby Corn Sesame Stir Fry, Fried Corn Cakes With Green Onions, Popcorn Paneer With Homemade Cheese, Mexican Sweet Corn, Corn Tikki Patties, Mexican Corn On The Cob–elote, Sweet Corn Vegetable Soup,C orn Masala Rice,B aby Corn Pakodas ,Spanish Baked Corn, Spinach Corn Curry, Crab & Corn Chowder, Sweet Corn White Bean Summer Salad, Brown Butter Pineapple Corn Muffins, Crispy Cornell Chicken, Baby Corn Chilli Fry ,Crispy Sweet Corn, Baby Corn Cigars, Baby Corn Mushroom Peas In Onion Tomato Gravy, Golden Fried Cheese Sweet Corn Balls, Indo-chinese Corn Bhel, Crispy Corn Pepper Cashew, Healthy Corn Chat, Sesame Crusted Baby Corn, Cheese Corn And Spinach Pillows, Corn Tomato Cheese Sandwich, Methi Paneer Corn Pulao, Honey Crispy Baby Corn, Mint And Baby Corn Curry, Crepes With Spinach And Mushroom Corn Stuffing, Cornmeal Flour Murukku, Sweet Corn And Potato Biryani, Corn Laddu, Corn Meal Flour Bread Makkai Ki Roti ,Corn Mushroom Rice, Lamb With Indian Corn, Sweet Corn Pancakes, Sweet Corn And Potato Biryani.

Health Tips:

  • Corn is mainly composed of carbs. It scores low to medium on the glycemic index, so whole corn should not cause large spikes in blood sugar.
  • Whole corn is fairly high in fiber. In fact, one bag of popcorn may contain a large proportion of the recommended daily intake.
  • Corn contains higher amounts of antioxidants than many other cereal grains. It is especially rich in eye-healthy carotenoids.
  • Being a good source of lutein and zeaxanthin, corn may contribute to the maintenance of eye health.
  • Spinach is packed with nutrients like antioxidants, vitamins,omega 3 fatty acids and folic acid which are great for your heart. As the spinach has a very low glycemic index, it is known to be an excellent food for people suffering from diabetes.
  • Spinach is rich in fibre which is why ithelps in the treatment of constipation.
  • Not only does spinach contain calcium which strengthens your teeth, it also has abrasive qualities which are helpful in removing stains. Additionally, it promotes saliva production that neutralizes the harmful acids in your mouth. Hence, include palak in your diet for healthy andwhiter teeth naturally.
  • The presence of lutein and zeaxanthin, antioxidants, in spinach, prevents various eye-related problems.

People often think of eating healthy food but ultimately most of us land up munching some junk food etc., but little though they know that the key foundation for any healthy diet is moderation. The main goal of healthy eating is generally to develop a diet that you can maintain for life. So, try to think of moderation in terms of balance the diet and eating on time.

Enjoy Cooking! Keep Smiling…



 

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Max Landsborough Posted on Wed Feb 26 2014

How come you've gone back to the old studio?

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jkesar13 Posted on Wed Feb 26 2014

Yummy n super healthy :)?

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gsooo1 Posted on Wed Feb 26 2014

Why r half the ingredients not listed???

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nursevsfood Posted on Wed Feb 26 2014

Three corn curry sounds delicious thank you man?

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Almaz Weldesilassie Posted on Wed Feb 26 2014

I like it simple and easy to do it also it is Soper Healthy ?

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JohnBoy1776 Posted on Thu Feb 27 2014

This recipe isn't on your website?

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Daniel Peach Posted on Thu Feb 27 2014

this recipe is awesome?

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serene_gal Posted on Fri Feb 28 2014

I tried the recipe yesterday and it came out superb. Thank you.. :-)?

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Ranjani Ramanujam Posted on Fri Feb 28 2014

Wow something very unique..and very very simple.?

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ChanguMangu Posted on Fri Feb 28 2014

I cant eat this type of curry. Lot of effort,result is less.?

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Sonal Mahajan Posted on Sun Mar 02 2014

Hi. We don't get cornmeal here. Can I use corn flour instead??

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