Ingredients Jump to Instructions ↓

  1. 2 tb Cashew nut pieces; broken

  2. 1 md Tomato

  3. 1/4 ts Coriander seeds; ground

  4. 1/4 ts Cumin seeds; ground

  5. 1/2 ts Black Pepper; ground

  6. 1/2 ts Tumeric; ground

  7. Salt, to taste

  8. 1/4 ts Sugar

  9. 3 c Corn kernels

  10. 1/4 c Yogurt; plain, diluted with

  11. 1 ts White sesame seeds

  12. 8 ea Dried curry leaves; up to

  13. 1/2 ts Black mustard seeds

  14. 1 tb Peanuts; roasted, skinless

  15. 1 tb Coconut flakes;unsweetened

  16. 1 ts White poppy seeds

  17. 1 md Onion

  18. 1 ea Ginger piece; fresh

  19. 1/4"

  20. 2 lg Garlic cloves

  21. 1 ea Green chilli pepper;

  22. deseeded if desired

  23. 3 tb Vegetable oil

  24. 1/4 c Water

Instructions Jump to Ingredients ↑

  1. "Traditionally made with corn, this dish can also be made with mixed vegetables.

  2. " Anne's note: this dish is Tamil (southern Indian in origin) as shown by the name, "kari" which has been anglicized to "curry".

  3. In a large heavy-bottomed skillet over low heat, dry roast together the cashews, peanut, coconut and poppy seeds until the cashews have brown specks (a few minutes).

  4. Remove from heat and let cool slightly.

  5. In the container of a food processor or blender, coarsely chop together the onion, ginger and garlic.

  6. Add the chilli and roasted cashew mixture and mince well.

  7. In a large heavy bottomed skillet, warm the oil over medium heat.

  8. Add the mustard seeds, curry leaves and sesame seeds.

  9. As soon as the mustard seeds sputter, add the minced onion mixture and saute together until lightly browned (7 to 8 minutes).

  10. Whirl the tomato to a puree in the blender.

  11. Add to the pan with the coriander, cumin, black pepper, tumeric, salt and sugar and cook for 5 to 6 minutes.

  12. Add the corn, mix well and cook for 7 minutes.

  13. Stir in the diluted yogurt, cover, reduce heat to low and cook for 20 minutes, stirring occasionally.

  14. Serve hot.

  15. Serves:4


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