Sunday, 4 July 2010

Tindora (Ivy gourd) and sweetcorn fry.


Tindora (Ivy gourd) and sweetcorn fry -Tender tindora cooked with sweet corn kernels in a blend of spices.A perfect side dish to accompany any main dish.

Ingredients:
200 grams tindora (ivy gourd)washed and quartered
1 bowl sweet corn kernels
1 teaspoon garlic paste
1 teaspoon turmeric powder
1 teaspoon chilli powder
1 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon tomato puree or paste
½ teaspoon mustard seeds
1/ teaspoon ground coriander powder
½ teaspoon ground cumin powder
1 tablespoon fresh chopped coriander for garnish
1 tablespoon oil
2 tablespoons water

Method:

1. Pour oil in a pan and season with mustard seeds.
2. Next add the garlic and sauté till the raw smell is gone.
3. Add the tindora, corn, turmeric, red chilli powder, salt, jeera powder, coriander powder. Mix
4. Add the two tablespoon of water to the tomato puree and add the vegetables. Stir fry till the vegetables are tender but still crisp.
5. Transfer to a serving dish
6. Garnish with fresh coriander.

Serve with rice or roti.



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41 comments:

  1. Wow! I could see lots of sweet corn recipe flowing in all the blogs, never tried this combination, looks so yummy.

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  2. this is very unique combo for me..never tried this..looks good

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  3. Hey! Thanks for the quick comments..... Nothing as of now.... They are all just piling on as of now..... If circumstances permits I gift something apt to near & dear ones.... Other than that, they are piling up......

    This ivy gourd prep looks very very tempting.... Very innovative... Tindora with the luscious corn is simply amazing to get me corny!!!!! Hugs )))))

    Ash....
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  4. thats an interesting and new combo!

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  5. Simple and Fabulous! I love it!

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  6. This is a new combination for me. looks too good.

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  7. This one is a unique combination ....... I am gonna try this. Looks yummy !!

    Cheers !
    Satrupa

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  8. Tindora and corn looks delicious.

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  9. declicious...lovely green with yellow corn....yumyum

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  10. haven't tried this combo..
    looks healthy dear :-)

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  11. the combo of ivy gourd n corn looks delicious

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  12. Incredible stir fry, beautiful combo..

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  13. This is one of fav veggies, sob sob for just the visual treat, as i don't get in Finland!

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  14. Interesting combination.. looks soo tempting dear.. thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe.. :)

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  15. we love ivy gourd at home. never have tried adding sweetcorn to this!lovely recipe!

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  16. Never liked Tindora and husband loves it, this recipe should make life easier for both of us! Thanks for the idea!

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  17. Never tried tindora with sweet corn..interesting...ivy gourd is my fav

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  18. Thats a unique combo but loved the recipe of it...seeing the ingredients am sure must be really tasty...

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  19. Hi Nayna. The curry looks delicious! I always cook tindora on their own but will try with sweet corn now.

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  20. Dear Nayna,

    First of all sorry for the inconvenience. :-p
    Though I have never tried this combination but the preparation looks good. And beautiful click too.
    Sorry for the blunder again dear

    Deepa

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  21. Unique combo..looks delicious,will surely try this one.

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  22. A delicious combo! Looks great!

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  23. wow...looks great, i have a can full of corn but didn't know what to do, now i'm going to try this recipe, thanks for sharing Nayna

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  24. Nice combination. I love both tindora and sweetcorn. Must try.

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  25. a very unique combination for me ..looks wonderful ...very tempting fry

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  26. Have never tried this veggie with sweet corn..looks fab!!

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  27. Nice combo, very unusual.

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  28. I have seen these gourds at the local Indian grocery store but not sure how to cook it. Will have to get some to try this recipe the next time I see it.

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  29. Nice combo..looks so delicious..

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  30. Beautiful pic dear. Very new recipe dear.

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  31. A delicious combination. Love both gourd and the corns.

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  32. This is very new combo to me..but looks delicious..

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  33. This is such a great combination... very unique! I love tindora and this looks so yummy!

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  34. This is such a great combination... very unique! I love tindora and this looks so yummy!

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  35. omg Im fainting..outta hunger ofcourse! :)

    Keshi.

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  36. never tried this combination.. tindora is my favorite veggie really delicious and yummy one

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  37. Very unique combo! Never thought of using corn with Tindora. Looks delicious! Beautiful click too!

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  38. Nice combo, looks delicious and tempting.

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  39. This recipe is new to me, should taste yummy with roti:)

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  40. Tindoora and corn looks a delicious combination... Bookmarking it.

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