Thursday, November 17, 2011

Crispy Baby Corn




This dish is actually pakoda ,given a fancy name..I tried this recipe many times..The recipe is very easy one,if the veggies are pre-cut,sprinkle the flours and deep fry them and the dish will be ready in ten minutes..Once i made a mistake on storing it..As soon as i fried I placed them in air tight bowl  and closed it with a lid..It turned the pakodas soggy..Secondly,do not add much water,it makes pakodas very oily....


Ingredients
Baby Corn 200 grams
Onion 1 sliced
Capsicum-1 sliced
Red Chilli powder-2 tsp
Zeera powder-1 tsp
Chaat masala powder-1 tsp
Garlic powder-3/4 tsp
Rice Flour-2 tbsp
Corn Flour-2 tbsp
Gram flour-1 tbsp

Oil for frying
Spring onion for Garnishing

Method
Diagonally cut baby corn and set aside.Now slice the onions and capsicum


Mix the baby corn,onion and capsicum

Add red chilli,zeera,garlic and chaat masala.Mix well to the veggies


Now Sprinkle the rice,corn and gram flour.Mix well to coat.
Sprinkle 2 tsps of water and mix it (optional)
Heat oil in a wok,deep fry the baby corn until golden brown and crisp
Serve hot and garnish with spring onions


I use this  Sweet Chilli Sauce for this starter..

If u want store the pakodas,allow to cool and then place it in air tight container ..It lasts for a week :)


Come back Tomorrow for  Nonveg Starter

31 comments:

  1. Sure.. a crunchy munchy snack. Wonderful. Can I come home?

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  2. I like the crispy pakoras too. All those vegetables are always on my favs list too!

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  3. Looks so so good, yeah we all learn from cooking mistakes. There is a place in B'lore near one of the shopping street, every time we go there, sis and I we go to this lave and have corn manchurian :-) love the pakoda idea too.

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  4. I sure like this veg version, prefect fit for our lunch and lovely with the sauce too.

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  5. Yum yum,super tempting crispy babycorns,looks yummy..

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  6. very crisp and super tempting corns...looks so yum!!

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  7. Yum, looks super crispy n insanely delicious, they are very addictive I bet :)
    USMasala

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  8. I loved this idea very much! Looks crispy and too good...

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  9. wowieee....such a yummy starter!!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  10. what a spicy n tasty way to start a party...nice combination

    http://panchamrutham.blogspot.com/

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  11. That looks absolutely delicious:-) Bookmarked!!!
    Cant wait to try it!

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  12. Nice pic and nice crunchy starter recipe....you can win any cooking contest hands down.

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