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Palak corn curry recipe, how to make palak corn | spinach corn recipe

spinach corn curry, palak corn recipe

palak corn recipe – spinach and sweet corn is one of my favorite combination. the sweetness of the corn goes very well with the slight bland taste of spinach or palak…

i always end up adding these two in pasta, rice and in veggie bakes. this palak corn curry is a variation of the palak paneer, but more creamy as i have added ground melon seeds and cashews in the curry. there is also low fat cream in the recipe. you can skip the cream if you prefer.

the end result is a lightly spiced, smooth, creamy and nutritious curry. the recipe can also be made for kids who are usually not fond of spinach. instead of sweet corn, regular corn or even fresh green peas can be added.

this palak corn curry goes very well with with naan, rotis or jeera rice.

if you like both spinach and corn, then there is already another recipe on the blog – corn spinach.



palak corn recipe

if you are looking for more palak recipes then do check palak paneer, palak mushroom, aloo palak curry, palak khichdi and palak dal recipe.

spinach corn or palak corn recipe below:

palak corn recipe

 


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Prep time

20 mins


Cook time

25 mins


Total time

45 mins

 

palak corn – a mild and lightly spiced curry made with spinach and sweet corn.


Author: dassana

Recipe type: main

Cuisine: indian

Serves: 3-4


Ingredients

main ingredients:


1 bunch spinach/palak – yields approx 2 to 2.5 cups puree
2 cups boiled corn kernels or green peas
1 tsp cumin seeds
a pinch of turmeric powder
¼ tsp red chili powder/lal mirch powder
a pinch of asafoetida/hing
¼ or ½ tsp garam masala powder
½ tsp crushed kasuri methi/dry fenugreek leaves
¼ cup cream (20% to 25% low fat), whisked till smooth – i used amul cream
1 cup water
2-3 tbsp oil or butter ( i used peanut oil )

for masala paste:


1 medium sized onion, chopped
1 medium sized tomato, roughly chopped
1 inch ginger/adrak, roughly chopped
3-4 small to medium garlic cloves, chopped
1 or 2 green chilies, chopped
2 tbsp chopped or broken cashews.
½ tbsp magaz or melon seeds. you can also use watermelon seeds.

for garnish:


½ inch ginger, julienned



Instructions

preparing the masala paste:


in a small grinder or blender, add all the ingredients for the masala paste.
grind or blend to a smooth paste. add very little water if required while grinding.
keep this masala paste aside.

blanching the spinach and making puree:


rinse the spinach very well in water. boil water with some salt. add the spinach to this boiled water.
switch off the flame and let the spinach leaves be immersed in the water for 2 to 3 minutes.
drain and quickly pour ice water over the spinach or immerse the spinach in ice cold or cold water. keep for 2-3 minutes.
in a blender, make a semi-fine or smooth spinach puree adding very little water.
keep aside.

preparing the curry:


first steam or boil the corn kernels and keep aside.
heat oil or butter in a thick bottomed pan. fry the cumin first till they become aromatic and are browned.
now add the ground masala paste and saute stirring often.
add the turmeric powder, red chili powder, asafoetida and garam masala powder.
keep on stirring the masala till the oil starts to leave the sides of the paste.
after 1-2 minutes when the oil has begin to leave the masala paste and its color has changed, add the spinach puree and stir.
pour water and season with salt. simmer the whole curry for 6-7 minutes on a low flame. add the boiled corn kernels and simmer for 1-2 minutes more.
whip or beat the cream till smooth
now add the cream and the kasuri methi. stir and cook further for ½ to 1 minute.
garnish with ginger julienne and serve the corn palak hot with naan, rotis or jeera rice.


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