Friday 22 November 2013

Sweet Corn Pakoda

Today in Priya’s Virundhu is an easy and quick flavourful corn pakoda. The weather is really cold ,so I made crispy tea snacks for my kids and incorporate as much vegetables as possible.

Here’s how to make Corn Pakoda with step by step photos…


Sweet Corn Kernels
2 cups [frozen]
1 finely chopped
Green chillies
2 or 3 finely chopped
Ginger & Garlic paste
1 tsp
Red chilli powder
½ tsp
Cumin seeds/Jeeragam
½ tsp
Turmeric powder
¼ tsp
Rice flour
4 tbsp
Corn flour
1 tbsp
Baking soda
One pinch
As needed
Curry leaves
6-8 chopped
For deep frying
Preparation time: 10 minutes
Cooking time: 20 minutes
Serves: 6- 8 people


Defrost the corn and boil the sweet corn till it becomes soft. Drain the water and grind it in the mixer to a coarse paste. Then transfer it to a bowl.

Add all the ingredients in a big bowl except the oil and mix really well.

Heat oil in a kadai, make small balls with corn mixture and deep fry it in the oil until golden brown.

Drain it in a paper towel and serve it hot with green chutney or tomato ketchup.

Delicious and yummy corn pakoda is ready for side dish or tea time snacks.

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  1. They look so yummy and perfect for winters :)
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  2. love the sweet and spicy pakoda with a hot cup of tea

  3. Wow...interesting..must have tasted really really good..:)

  4. Innovative pakoras love to have them anytime.

  5. love the sweet n spicy version of this pakoda,looks so crispy!!

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  7. Sweet Corn Pakoda looks very Rich in Picture. Tasty item. Thanks for sharing, [Please send me a Parcel ;)]

  8. i love sweetcorn. with this Pakoras oh! mouth watering...

  9. a perfect snack for the rainy days here now....

  10. Wow that is are coming with innovative recipes... yummy pakoda...

  11. Looks so nice, very innovative.

  12. Yummy sweet and spicy version.. Love to have with evening tea..

  13. Delicious sweet corn pakoda,I need one filter coffee to eat it.

  14. mouth watering pakodas...drool worthy :-)

  15. yum yum yum.. any sweet corn dishes are sure to b a hit in my place..

  16. Yummy bondas,love the crispy edges

  17. Tasty pakoda.. looks tempting.. :)

  18. Nice to visit ur blog. do visit my blog too .. Haffa's kitchen adventures

  19. wooooooooooooooowww.... yummmmmyyy... kalakuringa ponga

  20. The perfect snack for anytime of the day. Its a beautiful crispy bite.

  21. interesting n crisp snack, love it!!!

  22. Crispy and super tempting pakoda ....perfect for this freezing evening weather.....

  23. this is really so good... i wouldn't grind the sweetcorn, would just add like that for that crunch...

  24. That looks tasty! Nice recipe:-)

  25. very very delicious pakoda with corn :) looks super yumm dear !!

  26. Thank you very much each and every one of you for your sweet and lovely comments...

  27. Easy to make pakoda. Will try and let you know:)

    1. I tried corn pakoda yesterday. I was scared pakoda will disperse in oil. Nothing like that happened. Pakoda tasted good. Thanks for the recipe

    2. Hello Sujatha,
      Thanks a lot for stopping by and commenting. I am so happy you tried the pakoda and you liked it. Please keep coming back and encouraging me.,


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