Showing posts with label Corn. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Corn. Show all posts

01 October 2013

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Corn patties recipe - Sweet corn cutlet reccipe

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Sweet corn patties recipe - Today I am posting the recipe of corn patties. Fresh corns and rice flour are used as main ingredients to make these patties. Deep fried pakodas can also be made using the same ingredients. But the motive behind making the patties instead of deep fried snack is to avoid excessive oil. This is a healthy evening tea time snack, usually served with chutneys. 

Corn Patties Recipe - Sweet Corn Cutlet Recipe
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Prep time : 20 mins
Cook time : 25 mins
Total time : 45 mins
Recipe type : Snacks-Patties
Cuisine : Indian
Yield : 6 Corn Patties
Author : Vidya Chandrahas

Ingredients
  • 3 tbsp rice flour
  • 1 large corn on the cob
  • 1 large onion, chopped
  • 1 green chili, chopped
  • 1/4 cup chopped fresh coriander
  • 1/6" ginger, grated
  • oil to apply
  • salt to taste
Method
  1. Grate the fresh corn on the cob in a large plate.  Mix the grated corns and other ingredients and make a thick batter, using little bit of water. Keep it aside for 10 minutes.
  2. Heat a griddle and apply some oil over it. Put a orange sized  portion of  batter on griddle and  flatten it using the palm of your hand.  
  3. Make small sized 3-4 patties at a time and shallow fry  till they are golden brown in colour from all sides.  Remove from the griddle. 
  4. Serve the corn patties or cutlet hot with chutneys and tomato ketchup.
Corn patties - step by step pictures

1.  Grate the fresh corn on the cob in a large plate.  Mix the grated corns and other ingredients and make a thick batter, using little bit of water. Keep it aside for 10 minutes.
grated corn and batter
2.  Heat a griddle and apply some oil over it. Put a orange sized  portion of  batter on griddle and  flatten it using the palm of your hand.  

3.  Make small sized 3-4 patties at a time and shallow fry  till they are golden brown in colour from all sides.  Remove from the griddle. 
shallow fried patties
4.  Serve the corn patties or cutlet hot with chutneys and tomato ketchup.
patties in a serving plate

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18 January 2013

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Boiled corn on the cob with lime and chilly powder - Boiled bhutta - How to boil corn on the cob

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Boiled corn on the cob with lime and chilly powder recipe - Boiling  corn on the cob or bhutta directly in water or pressure cook them is the easiest way to prepare corn for eating. Grilling is another method to prepare corn, but I prefer boiling it in the salt water and then rub it with lime, salt and chilly powder.  But you can  also apply butter or cheese over it. It can be prepared easily at home only with two steps. If you prefer to roast the corn, just place it directly on stove flame and with the help of tongs, rotate it to roast evenly. 

Boiled Corn on the Cob with Lime and Chilly Powder
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Prep time : 5 mins
Cook time : 10 mins
Total time : 15 mins
Recipe type : Snack
Cuisine : World
Yield : Serves 2
Author : Vidya Chandrahas

Ingredients 
  • 2 Corn on the cob
  • 1/4th tsp red chilly powder
  • 1/2 tsp Salt
  • Fresh lemon cut in half
Method 
  1. In a  vessel, boil four glasses of water, add corn on the cobs and a generous pinch of salt. Cook covered for  10 minutes. 
  2. Remove the cooked corn on the cobs from the hot water with tongs. Allow them to cool.
  3. Mix salt and  chilly powder together in a bowl.  Take a lemon cut in half. Dip the lemon in salt and chilly mixture. 
  4. Rub the lemon over the corn on the cobs.Eat and enjoy.
Note
  1. Always pick fresh corn on the cob which has bright leafy green husks  with young and tender kernels. 
  2. Look at the end of the stem, if it is moist and clean, the corn  is fresh. If it is dry and light brown, the corn  on the cob is old.
  3. If you want  to store the corn on the cob  for 2-3 days, put them in the refrigerator in an open bag.
corn on the cob ready to serve

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