Showing posts with label Sweetcorn. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sweetcorn. Show all posts

Friday, 30 November 2012

Corn Vada

Corn cobs-4
Rice flour-1/2cup or as required
Green chillies-3,finely chopped
Onion -1,medium,finely chopped
Fresh coriander-1/2 cup,finely chopped
Cumin seeds/jeera-1tsp
Salt to taste
Oil for frying

1.Remove the corn from cobs and  roughly grind it.
2.Mix the corn with rice flour,green chillies,onion,cumin and coriander,add salt to taste, mix well if the corn is very tender and watery mix more rice flour to bind the mixture.
3.Heat the oil in a deep pan make small balls of the mixture, flatten slightly on your palm and deep fry until golden brown on both sides.

4,Serve hot with green chutney or ketchup.

Friday, 3 September 2010

Corn on Toast with Hashbrowns

Corn -1cup,frozen or fresh
Plain flour-1tbsp
Chedder cheese-1/2 cup
Black pepper to taste
salt to taste
English Mustard paste-1/4tsp
Chilli flakes-1/2 tsp(optional)
Mixed herbs-1/4tsp
Toasted bread slices-4-6

heat a butter in a pan,when it melts add flour and fry until the raw 
smell of the flour is gone.then add milk and stir continously until it thickens
a little now add pepper, salt,chilliflakes,mustard paste,mixed herbs mix well.
add corn and cheese,stir well cook for a 2 minutes and take out of fire.if the 
sauce is very thick you can add little more milk.Spoon a tbsp of mixture on toasted bread slices.Bake the slices in the oven for 5minutes at 200'C.Serve hot.

Hash browns

Salt to taste
Black pepper
Oil for shallow fry

Boil the potatoes nearly soft but firm.
Cool and peel the skin,grate the potatoes
season it with salt and pepper,mix gently.
Make patties out of the mixture and shallow
fry them with little oil.Cook until golden brown
on both sides.Serve hot.

Tuesday, 8 December 2009

Masala corn butta(Musukina jola)




Lemon juice-1/2lemon

Salt to taste



Corn buttas-2


Grind redchillies,garlic,peppercorns,jeera,lemonjuice and salt into fine paste.

Apply the paste on the buttas.leave it for half an hour to marinade.

Preheat the grill to 200'c.

Place the buttas under the grill till it become brownish on one side,

Turn another side and cook untill becomes brownish.

It will take 10 minutes on each side to cook.