Thursday 28 January 2010

Sweet corn bhajiyas

Sweet corn bhajiyas-A simple and easy savory snack made with store cupboard ingredients such as sweet corn and semolina, fast and simple to make .Simply delicious servedon arainy day accompanied with with ketchup or chilli sauce.

8oz tinned sweet corn kernals (pre cooked)
7 oz semolina
1 oz rice flour
4-6 green chillies de seeded and finely chopped
2 teaspoons fresh ginger paste
1/2 teaspoon garlic (optional)
2 tablespoons spring onions finely chopped(optional)
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda
4 oz natural yoghurt
1 tablespoon finely chopped fresh corriander
Sunflower oil for deep frying


1.Drain the sweetcorn and pulse it so its coarsely chopped
2.Transfer to a bowl and add all the above ingredients.
3.Make a batter of dropping consistency.
4.Heat the oil and when hot drop spoonfuls of batter into the hot oil.
5.Fry on medium heat till golden brown.
6.Drain on kitchen paper and repeat procedure for rest of batter.
7.Serve with chutney of your choice.

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  1. thanks nayna..looks good..will try it..what do u recommend to eat with this... i mean what type of chutney?

  2. @seema you can serve with (green)coriander chutney but for kids serve it with ketchup .

  3. Wow,this appears to be good,will ask my mother to try this.:D

  4. golden yellow color just shines through, good for the snacking :)

  5. new to me..looks mouthwatering..innovative to use corn for bhajiya..thanks for sharing


  6. bhajis with corn..looks new to me. Bookmarked it..will give it a try soon!

  7. With your permission, am sending this recipe to my mom and other cousins and ask them to make this and try.. looks tasty...

  8. Wow looks very good .Do drop by

  9. wooow yummmmmy I just loved it,,,

    bookmarked ;)

  10. A perfect tea time snack..would please the corn lovers for sure :-)

  11. Looks really tempting dear...

  12. This looks fantastic! I love your awesome presentation with corn and it really does sound simple to make. I'll definitely give it a try:)


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