Tuesday, 6 September 2016

Crispy Sweetcorn Pakoda

Crispy Sweetcorn Pakoda

Sweetcorn Pakoda is a wonderful snack to munch on. If you are a sweetcorn and pakoda lover like me you should surely try this combo.


I went through various youtube channels to get a perfect recipe. When we get lots of options then it is good to trust our instinct 
So here I come up with my own version of sweetcorn pakoda!! At 1st I was wondering what if it dosent taste good as I expect??? But later I thought what ever lets give it a try

I informed my hubby ahead about my trial and also told him to have it whether he likes it or not, And not to make faces after 1st bite etc etc. So the next day I informed my MIL and she was alrite with it. After my completion of making pakodas I must say it was simply yummm. My MIL and hubby both liked it, but yes my hubby also said its heavy can eat only few. With heavy he means dense and filling.

Lets get to the recipe................

Level - Easy
Serves - 4

Ingredients:
Boiled sweet corn - 1 cup
Chopped Onion - 1 medium size
Green Chilli - 1 chopped
Ginger - 1 tsp Finely Chopped
Gram flour - 1/2 cup
Cornflour - 2 tbsp
Red Chilli Powder - 1/2 tsp
Hing - a fat pinch
Chaat masala - 1/2 tsp
Garam Masala - 2 fat pinch
Coriander leaves - 3-4 tbsp
Chopped Curry Leaves - few
Salt to taste 
Oil to Fry 


Method:
Take half of the boiled sweetcorn and grind it coarsely in mixer. It will look similar to grated corns do not grind it much  we just need some texture.

                  - In a big bowl add all the ingredients together except oil.

                  -Mix everything nicely by hands to bind it well. If the mixture looks too dry only then add water otherwise sweetcorn has enough moisture to bind all the contents together.
                  - Heat oil in a pan and drop small small quantity of pakoda batter into the oil.
                  - Fry it over medium heat till nicely golden and crisp.
                  - Serve hot with ketchup



Impression
It was something new and different, do try it yourself to know the unique taste :)



Cya until Next
Bubye.....








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10 comments:

  1. First time seeing pakora made of sweetcorn. Looks yummy

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  2. with the rains these days, we have been indulging in lot of fried food...got to try this one too...looks yumm

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  3. Made once, something like this pakoda. We loved it. For the next round, this recipe is definitely a keeper. Yum.

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