Tuesday, 12 January 2010

KASOLI and JUGU CURRY(Corn on the cob curry with peanuts)


Jikoni, Bakudi, Sani, Kasoli......no no no i am not going insane here, when i came UK after getting married I heard all these alien words first time in my life.....and of course "Hakuna Matata Bana"....in my DH's family they speak these words, yes they are East African language...also ate first time Kasoli Curry too...my SIL makes this curry really beautifully and I have learnt it from her and made it enormous times...she makes it without onion and garlic, I added a onion-garlic.  My family loves it this version too!

Jikoni-Kitchen
Bakudi-small bowl
Sani-Plate
Kasoli-corn
Jugu-peanuts

You will need:-

  • 3-4 Cobs of corn(i used frozen, much easy)
  • 3/4 cup peanuts(powderd in a mixi)
  • 1/2 cup onoion-garlic puree
  • 2 tbsp green chilli-ginger paste
  • 3/4 cup tomato puree
  • 1tsp red chilli powder
  • 2tsp dry coriander and cumin powder
  • 1/2 tsp tumeric powder
  • 1/4 tsp garam masala powder
  • salt to taste
  • 2tbsp oil
  • fresh chopped coriander(i used frozen,runout of fresh stock)
Method:-

  1. Cook cobs in Microwave for 10 minutes with few spoons of water.
  2. Cut into small pieces.(easy to eat)
  3. In a heavy bottom pan, heat the oil and add onion-garic puree and cook till oil comes out now add chilli-ginger paste and cook further 2-3 minutes.
  4. Now add all the masala and salt, cook about 2 minutes more and add tomato puree and cook more about 3-4 minutes more.
  5. Now add cobs in the cooked masal.

5 . Add about 2 cups of water and let it cook 5 minutes, and add peanut powder and let it cook further 15-20 minutes.



6 . If greavy goes quite thick add more water, cook till you can see oil is visable in pan ana add fresh coriander and ready to serve.


Serve it with Roti and rice.  Please do try it and leave any comments or any other ideas for it.

Happy cooking
Jagruti

13 comments:

  1. Hey jagruti thnx for visitng n commenting on my blog...hope 2 cu agn..u hv a nice space here...all yummy recipes...this peanut gravy with corn luks yumm...its new 2 me, but loved the way of cooking n ingredients used...nice way of explaining...m following ur blog 2 get more such yummy recipes frm u

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  2. Hi Siddhi

    Thank you...

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  3. lovely and delicious curry.Hi Jagruti thanks a lot for visiting my blog and give such a sweet comment. you too have a wonderful and colourful blog.I shall visit u often and u can also visit my blog whenever u want to.you r most welcome.

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  4. Hi Jagruti
    Thanks for visiting Little Food Junction n putting in such lovely comments . Was jus going thru ur blog - lovely recipes loved the
    Chick pea koftas n of course the Bajri Na rotala .
    Nice to meet u .

    Regards
    Smita

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  5. wow..what a nice creamy veggie..love it..yum yum..

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  6. Thank you Kitchen queen, smita and Deepa...


    cheers

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  7. Hey Jagruti,
    The curry looks delicious and got to learn a few east african terms as well:)

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  8. Hi Rachna

    Thanks...keep visiting and happy cooking...

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  9. Hey Jagruti,First of all I really like ur name Jagruti,second of all Thanks for visiting my blog..

    I really wonder how I missed ur blog..I must say u have a great space here,awesome collection of recipes...

    Liked this one a lot..Looks very alluring...

    Great going..will b here more often...
    Njoy blogging..

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  10. Hi Ramya

    thanx for visiting on my blog...keep visiting..i've just started blogging week ago..

    cheers

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  11. Hey, this corn recipe is quite different... will try it soon..

    Cheers

    Jyoti

    p.s: I keep visiting your blog, I know everyday i am going to get something new...:)

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  12. this version is interesting too...thanks for the link..

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  13. The Swahili word for Kitchen is 'JIKONI' - as JIKO means a stove or fire to cook on!:)

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