Thursday, 8 November 2012

Boondi corn masala

Boondi (Puffed chick peas)corn masala...sounds different na...yesterday  I was chatting with One of my friend Deepthi  & she told that she made boondi curry for dinner. I thought what is this?? Boondi curry??  SmileyI never thought that we can make curry out of boondi.  I normally do boondi Raita but nvr tasted this recipe before. Then she told me about the recipe. Immediately I thought to make this curry & rush in to the kitchen. I made it  & wow it came out really nice. 1st time I had this curry with husband also liked it very he is telling to make this curry once or twice in a month..:)Thanks dear for this wonderful recipe.Smiley. make boondi curry when u r in a hurry & want to make something quick..gr8 recipe for kid’s lunch box friend lets starts this recipe...


Boondi- 1cup (soaked)
Capsicum 1 small size- chopped
Corn kernels- 1cup ( I hav used sweet corn, if u r using normal corn then just boil it before making curry to make it soft)
Onion 2 medium size- chopped
Tomatoes- 1 large size chopped
Crushed ginger garlic- 1tblsp
2 green chillies- chopped
Cumin- coriander powder- 1tsp
Garam masala- 1tsp
Salt to taste
Turmeric powder- ½ tsp
Red chilli powder- 1tsp
Cumin seeds- 1tsp
Lemon juice – 1tsp
Refined Oil- 2tblsp
Sugar a pinch
Coriander leaves- for garnishing


Heat 1 tblsp oil in a pan. Put the corn kernels & capsicum. Stir fry them till they becomes soft & light brown in colour.

Again heat oil in the same pan. Add cumin seeds let them splutter. Add the chopped onion &green chillies & sauté till translucent. 

Then add red chilli powder, turmeric powder & cumin-coriander powder. Mix well.  Add crushed ginger garlic paste. Mix well. Add chopped tomatoes. Stir the masala till oil separates from masala.

Then add the soaked boondi, sautéed corn kernels & capsicum. Mix well. Adjust salt. Add a pinch of sugar & mix well.  Cover the pan with a lid & let it cook for another 2-3 min. 

Then add garam msala & lemon juice to it. Mix well. 

 sprinkle some coriander leaves. 

Mix well & switch off the flame. Serve hot with chapatti/ roti/ or any type of pullav...

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