The kernel of corns hold the majority of corn nutrients. They are the most popular part of vegetable family. This weekend gain optimal health with this yummy and nutritious dish that goes well with hot chapattis. Besides being a delicious addition to your meal, it is rich in vitamin A, vitamin B, vitamin E, minerals, fibre, phytochemicals and antioxidants.

Serves: 4

Preparation time: 15 minutes

Cooking time: 30 minutes


Sweet corn kernels                  250 grams

Onions                                         2 (medium)

Tomatoes                                    2 (medium)

Black cardamom                        3-4

Red chilli powder                       1 tsp

Turmeric powder                        ¼ tsp

Sugar                                             ¼ tsp

 Green chillies                              2

Fresh curd                                     200 grams

Salt                                                  to taste

Olive oil                                          2 tbsp


Chop onions, green chillies and tomatoes finely.

Beat curd.

Take water in a big container and boil corn kernels for 30 minutes uncovered.

Heat oil in a pan. Add black cardamom. Saute for few seconds.

Add onion and cook till golden brown.

Add tomatoes. Cook till tender.

Add all spices except salt. Mix well.

Add beaten curd. Cook for five minutes more.

Add boiled corn kernels and salt. Cook for another five minutes covering the pan.

Turn off the flame. Transfer the korma in a serving glass bowl.

Garnish with fresh coriander and serve hot with chapattis or bread toast.

It is always good to use fresh corn to make this vegetable. However, frozen corn can also be used. While buying fresh corn, make sure that the husk is not dried out. Also consume them within few days to ensure best of health and taste.

 A meal rich in corn can go a long way in protecting against many diseases. So start trying!