Friday, May 11, 2007

Happy Mother's Day!!!

Happy Mother's day to all my fellow bloggers. Hope you all have a great day!

"The moment a child is born, the mother is also born.The woman existed, but the mother, never. A mother is something absolutely new". -Anonymous

This is so true from my experience.Before Kavin was born I had nothing to care for. I have always been careless, lazy and irresponsible.But Kavin gave me the opportunity to make my life meaningful & complete. After becoming a mom, I have become more appreciative of all the things my mom has done for me. When I was near her,I have disregarded her many times. But now I feel for all of that. Anyway, on this Mother's day I would like to thank her for everything.

Thanks Mom for everything. I know these words aren't enough for all that you have done. What else can I say... I love you,love you,love you....

Okay, So what's on menu today? It's Paneer Babycorn Curry. It is pretty much like a korma. Actually I tried to make korma only, but when I added kasoori methi leaves the taste was more like a cream based curry. This is the first time I'm making this dish. But I absolutely loved it and so did my hubby. The photos are doing no justice to the aroma and taste of this curry. But once you try it I'm sure you'll understand what I'm talking about. So, here is the recipe...

Paneer- 1/2 of 250gm pack
baby corn- 1 can
peas- 3/4 cup
onion- 1/2 (chopped fine)
ginger garlic paste- 1 tsp
tomato- 1 (finely chopped)
green chillies- 3
corriander powder- 3/4 tsp
cumin powder- 1/2 tsp
garam masala- 1/4 tsp
kasoori methi- 1 tsp(crushed)

coconut- 1/2 cup(shredded)
poppy seeds- 1 1/2 tsp(soak in hot water for 20mins)
cashews- 4
Blanched almonds- 4
fennel seeds- 1/2 tsp

Shallow fry paneer cubes in 2 tsp oil and put it in salted hot water. cut babycorn in halves. Heat oil in kadai and fry onions till golden brown. Then add chillies,ginger garlic paste and turmeric powder. After sometime add tomato and all the curry powders. Fry till raw smell goes and then add the ground mixture. Put required salt and mix well. Now pour 1 1/2 cups water and boil until good aroma comes. Now add corn and peas. After 5 mins add paneer and kasoori methi. Cook till desired consistency. If the gravy gets too thick add more water. Enjoy with jeera rice ,rotis or parottas.

Here's a plate for you too.


Jyothi said...

Hi Kribha, this is first time at your blog. Really fantastic recipe collection. Yours paneer babycorn curry looks yummy...and....delicious too. Will try soon...thanks for sharing such a nice recipe.
Happy Mother's Day Kribha, have a nice day.

Kribha said...

Warm welcome to you Jyothi. Glad you liked my blog. Please come back for more.

Richa said...

happy mother's day to you as well, kribha.
veg looks very tempting, paneer & matar is my fav, adding babycorn is such a novel idea :) loved the color of the gravy, very rich.

Suganya said...

Ur babycorn and Paneer curry is mouth watering one. I have not tried both together. I realy want to give it a try. Its a lovely feast. Adding almonds to this gravy will give thicknes or will it add an extra flavor?

Kribha said...

Thanks Richa. I'm sure you will like it if you give it a try. Actually the color of the gravy was white. It was more beautiful than the one shown here. At the last minute my wierd brain instructed me to add the usual turmeric powder. So I sauted turmeric in oil seperately and added to the gravy. Later I felt really bad for ruining the beautiful color.

Kribha said...

Dear sukanya,
Thanks for your nice comments. Actually adding almonds does both- extra thickness and flavor. The other thing I noticed was almonds add a subltle sweet flavor to the gravy. Hope you give it a try.

Ayesha Seerin said...

Looks mouth watering .. I have never tried this combo .. Thanks for the recipe

TNL said...

Happy Mother's day to you too!
enjoy it.


Aruna said...


Happy mothers day!!! Paneer Matter is soooo yummy!!!!

Anonymous said...

happy mother's day!!! anything planned for tomorrow?

Kribha said...

Thanks Ayesha. You will surely like it if you give it a try.

Anonymous said...

Wishing you a very Happy mother days Kribha..

The recipe looks really rich. Addition of baby corns is new to me and ofcourse would taste delicious and healthy


Kribha said...

Hi Trupti,
Nice to have you here.Just visited your blog. Your kid looks so handsome.You must be avery proud mom.

Hi Aruna,
I'm so glad you like it. Thanks for stopping by.

Dear Reena,
Wish you the same. plans at all. Just another ordinary day. The things that made my day were my son wishing me, giving a card,talking to my mom and reading my fellow bloggers comments. I'm satisfied with this.How about you?

Hi Sushma,
Same to you. Glad you liked the curry. Try it sometime. You will surely like it.

Sia said...

beautiful post kribha....happy mother's day to u dear:)

Sharmi said...

Happy mother's day to you too. lovely recipe. looks great. Did you get canned baby corns? does it taste good.

Kribha said...

Thanks Sia. Hope you enjoyedyour day too.

Thanks Sharmi. Yes, I did use canned babycorn and this is my first try . Initially I was reluctant to use canned items. But I have to was great. Hope you give it a try.

Anonymous said...

hi i did your paneer baby corn curry it turn out really well i love it .thank u so much for sharing. i'm goona upload the pix and your link in my recipes blog .thanks again