Deeps Baby Corn 65 – Naughty Curry

I love going on to my lovely cyber friends blogs and finding a recipe that I just can’t stop thinking about. Something that looked so good that I found myself trying to climb through my computer screen to reach! Instead though, I print it and add it to a stack of recipes that I want to try out for myself. The pile got pretty small this week as I worked my way through some 20 recipes! I have picked my favs and will be reporting on how good they/their owners are! This recipe was styled by my good friend Kristin Buesing.

First up is Deeps of ‘Naughty Curry’, who blogged a few weeks ago about her ‘Baby Corn 65′. It made the pile straight away and after making it, I already want to make it again. Deeps is an amazing cook with a passion that started in her teen years. She is a chocolate addict and a fitness junkie. I see a lot of my own personal story in her writing and I love reading her stories and her beautiful recipes inspire my own cooking.

Lets just say that this recipe did NOT disappoint me. I don’t want to sound like a crazy corn lady. Tyler won’t eat baby corn because he is convinced it is grown in sewerage infested shallows. (WTF?!) Meanwhile, I can’t get enough of it. This recipe is really great because it isn’t too hot. Of course you can add a few more chilis if you feel the need, but really, I like to taste my meal, not live through a world of puffing and panting and complaining about my poor fragile burnt lips after. 

So with Deeps’s permission, here is her recipe.

Because we all need a little bit of blog lovin’.

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15 Responses to Deeps Baby Corn 65 – Naughty Curry

  1. Anita Menon says:

    I love Deepa’s blog. She is so lively when she comes over to comment on mine. I have several of her recipes book marked myself.
    Baby corn 65 is such a wonderful snack. A similar version can be made me chicken and cauliflower too.

  2. TBM says:

    LOL…how did Tyler get that idea in his head?

    • foodmyfriend says:

      I ask myself this question about various things everyday. Assumably he saw them growing some sort of vegetable on a trip and assumed that the worlds supply of baby corn came from there. LOL.

  3. Liesbeth says:

    Ha, so nice of you :) It sure does look great (must stop looking at your blog when I’m hungry. It always makes it worse :-D )

  4. Genie says:

    You really cooked 20 recipes this week? Amazing.

    I get ideas for using all sorts of exotic ingredients from the blogs that I read. Sometimes it’s good, other times it is frustrating if the ingredient is hard to come by. Maybe that’s why I try and stick to local blogs so I don’t get such wicked food/season envy. I fell in love with fresh baby corn last year in SE Asia. It’s only available in canned form in Auckland. It’s just not the same. Fresh baby corn in green curry is one of my favourites.

  5. Wow! What an amazing project my dear :)

    I love Deeps enthusiasm on her blog and her recipes are always mouth-watering :)

  6. first of all, thankyou so much for the lovely compliments… cant stop smiling! girl, u made my day :) so true, we all can do with a bit of blog lovin’. this is such a nice project u have undertaken.. 20 dishes in a week, hats off to u i couldnt go through half of that even if i had help! cheers

  7. This is a great idea for cooking through all those dishes! My bookmarks list is constantly growing, and I need to work through the ideas more quickly. The fried baby corns look delicious!

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