Monday, October 26, 2009

Babycorn Paneer Jalfrazie

Hello dearies! it's feels really good to be back to the blogsphere. I missed bloggig a lot and all your yummy recipe posts too! Now that I'm back I'll try and be regular to all your blogs as much as possible. Talking about the relocating part, We have settled down well in the new house and have started inviting friends, relatives over for get togethers. It feels great to be back to where one belongs :) and I am enjoying it through and through.

This one being the first Diwali in our new house, we used it as an opportunity to meet up with the neighbours and introducing ourselves. All the neighbourhood families gave us a warm welcome and spent good amount of time with us. This Diwali was really a memorable one as we'd lit up the inside as well as the outside of the house with diyas. We had friends and realtives over during the evenings for tea and sweets. We had loads of fun bursting crackers too!

So, that was how I spent the last couple of weeks. Now coming to the recipe of the day- I made Babycorn Paneer Jalfrazie for dinner last night. This one had been in my "to do" list from a very long time. Here's the recipe read on.......
Dish: Babycorn Paneer Jalfrazie
Recipe courtesy: Tarla Dalal's book - Curries and Kadhis

Ingredients:
6 nos, babycorn, cut into 4 lengthwise
1 cup paneer
1/4 cup sliced spring onion whites
1/4 cup sliced green capsicum
1/4 cup sliced red capsicum
1/4 cup sliced green capsicum
1/4 tsp turmeric powder
1/2 tsp chilli powder
1/2 tsp coriander-cumin powder
1/2 cup sliced tomatoes
2 tbsp tomato puree
2 tbsp tomato-ketchup
1/4 cup chopped spring onion greens
2 tsp vinegar
1/2 tsp garam masala
1/4 tsp sugar
2 tbsp chopped coriander
2 tbsp oil
salt to taste
Method:
1. Heat oil in a pan and add spring onion whites and capsicums and saute for 2-3 minutes.
2. Add the baby corn, chilli powder, turmeric powder, coriander-cumin powder, tomatoes,
tomato puree, tomato ketchup, salt and saute on slow flame till the baby corn gets cooked.
3. Add the paneer, spring onion greens, vinegar, garam masala, sugar and toss lightly.
4. Garnish with coriander leaves and serve hot.

35 comments:

lata raja said...

Hey Suparna, Glad to have you back dear! And very nice that you have acclimatised well to the new neighbourhood.Wish you all luck.
TD's recipe rocks in the picture as you have done it so well. Bet it will be a hit. Send it to Saraswathy's Say Cheese event!

Sushma Mallya said...

lovely pic suparna...love the combo of paneer & babycorn too...looks delicious

Prathibha said...

wat a lovely combo...looks yummy

Valarmathi said...

Yummy combo,looks delicious.

Suparna said...

Thanks Lathaji :)I'll def. send the recipe to the event thanks again :)

Thanks sushma :) I'll collect the award from ur blog soon, sorry for the delay :)

Thanks for ur time prathy and valar :)Keep coming.

homecooked said...

Hmm....looks yummy Suparna! Good to know that you enjoyed Diwali at your new home :) Have fun!

Chitra said...

Hope u r well settled here.. i too have baby corn at home.will try this for sure :)

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Hi suparna,my kid loves babycorn like anything! Never tried like this,sure he would enjoy if i make ,thanks for the recipe!

Shri said...

Suparna-Good to see you back:)Huge fan of Tarla Dalal..The dish look fab:)You must be enjoying your new home

aquadaze said...

hey so good to see you back! looks like you had a super diwali :)
that's one super combo!

Balakrishna Saraswathy said...

These looks so yummy..haven't tried adding panner with vegetable ..will bookmark tis recipe for future use..

Priya said...

Yummilicious and delicious jalfrazie, my favourite one, but never tried adding babycorn, will try next time for the sure..

Shama Nagarajan said...

welcome back dear..nice recipe..please participate in my first cooked food event..check my blog for details

Padma said...

Hi Suparna... good to see u back... hegidhe namma ooru :)
lovely dish looks very tempting :)

A 2 Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

Good to see you back...My kids like babycorn & paneer..this one will be a sure hit.

sangeeta said...

great to see you back n to know you had a great diwali too.
the recipe is yummy ........

Cham said...

Glad to see u back! Tasty dish :)

Viki's Kitchen said...

Good to see you back. Baby corn jalfrazie looks yumm...

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

welcome back.. Missed you for a long time! Happy Diwali and lovely recipe as usual from you... I love the story you have in the beginning - as always...

Parita said...

First diwali in new home is always very special, glad to know you enjoyed :-)
I too celebrated diwali at home after 3 yrs:-)
Veggie looks delicious, never added vinegar in jalfrazi..sounds yummmm!

sowmya.s said...

i love this .tried long ago.. lov ethe addition of baby corns..http://creativesaga.blogspot.com/2009/07/paneer-jhalfraizee.html

Sudeshna said...

suparna,
Its great to see you back, loved this curry will make it soon

Akal's Saappadu said...

sounds like a perfect combination, crunchy babycorns with the soft paneer cubes, lovely!

kitchen queen said...

The curry is yummy and delicious. you can visit my blog and give ur comments.

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

Lovely panner dish. Looks so good. YUM! Love it. YUM!

Sharmila said...

Yum recipe! Am yet to try making jalfrazie. :-)

Soma said...

Welcome back Suparna! I made my first jalfrazie a couple of days back. yours looks really delicious.
Soma(www.ecurry.com)

my kitchen said...

Lovely one.looks delicious.Thanks for dropping in my blog,keep in touch

Sarah Naveen said...

Hey Suparna!!!
Thanx a bunch for stopping by Vazhayila...
You have lovely space here too...
Corn-paneer jalfraize looks really yummy!!!
Keep rocking
Tc
Cheers!!!
Sarah Naveen

Bong Mom said...

Belated Diwali wishes Suparna. It is nice to know you made so many new friends in a new place. Festivals help don't they ?

About the paayesh with sada gur, I have not tried any gur except khejur gur, that one has a wonderful flavor. But you can use only sugar too.
Now that winter is almost there you should get good Khejur Gur around Dec-Jan. Ask your in-laws to get you some and try it

Babli said...

Thanks a lot for your lovely and sweet comment.
I appreciate for your wonderful presentation with lovely picture. The dish looks yummy and delicious.

Supriya said...

I am great fan of Jalfrezi and Tava vegetable sabzi...delish. Photos look lovely. I remember trying out the baked style of jalfrezi from tarla dalal's site.

kaipakkuvam said...

Looks wonderfully yummy.

Sangeetha Subhash said...

Stumbled into your blog just now. You have a yummy collection of recipes.Loved it..
The combination of ingredients sound divine....Love both baby corn and panner...sure will give a try and let u know..:)See u often..:)

indira mukerjee (ইন্দিরা মুখার্জি) said...

thanks for sharing this mouthwatering veg recipe!