In Bachelor Special Curries

Spinach Corn Curry

So I have been bitten hard by the photography bug. Ever since I upgraded my phone, I wanted to take better pics with higher resolution than I had posted on this site. I was looking out for ideas and themes to make best use of my S4 camera. Let me stop bragging much about my camera and tell you what I did yesterday. Our team went to a nearby supermarket joint where you get awesome chaats and snacks. Before the table could be cleared I saw a Mitti Ka Glass and without second thoughts I decided what I am gonna order. I compulsated my colleague also to order Lassi so that I can get a pair of these glasses. After drinking, I quickly picked those glasses and got them home. I know it is very embarassing but I am a food blogger and I am on search for nice props for my blog always. Haha...

So here is the photo of my upcoming post and the glass I was talking about....  :)

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Today's curry is a simple, spice less curry which can be prepared with minimal ingredients and tastes best with simple phulka or roti.

Let's hit the road. Do let me know how are the pics?

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Spinach Corn Curry

Spinach - 2 Bunches
Onion - 1 big chopped
Fresh Green Peas- 1/4th cup
Potato- 2 medium sized chopped
Frozen Sweet Corn - 1/4th cup
Green Chillies- 3-4 slit
Jeera- 1 tsp
Salt- as per taste
Garam Masala- 1 tsp
Ginger Garlic Paste - 1 tsp
Chilly Powder- 1 tsp (if required)
Sugar- a pinch
Oil- 2 tbsps
Water- 1 and 1/2 cups

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Clean, wash and chop spinach leaves and keep them aside. Discard their stalks. Heat oil in a pan and fry jeera in it. Add onions + green chillies and fry until onions turn translucent. Add ginger garlic paste and fry till the raw smell subsides. Add all the masalas with 1 cup of water and let this mixture cook for 1 -2 mins. Throw in potato pieces and cook until they are soft from inside. Once potato pieces are cooked, add peas, corn and spinach. Add remaining 1 cup of water and cook for about 5-6 mins on low flame. Keep stirring occasionally. Adjust salt is required. Add a pinch of sugar and mix all the ingredients well. Once you get the desired consistency, switch off the flame and serve with roti.

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Chef Says:

1) Feel free to add or replace ingredients in this recipe
2) I left my curry little on the watery side owing to Mr.P's thinness liking. Make sure that your spinach is cooked properly just right .

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3 Rechargers:

  1. Looks very healthy and nutritious!! Love the combo

  2. haha... I totally agree to u... I too ordered a couple of lassi only for the mitti ka glass and my kids ended up breaking them... :( the first pic looks really awesome... the curry sounds delicious as well...


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