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…


Ingredients

Sweet Corn Kernels
2 cups [frozen]
Onion
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
Salt
As needed
Curry leaves
6-8 chopped
Oil
For deep frying
Preparation time: 10 minutes
Cooking time: 20 minutes
Serves: 6- 8 people

Method

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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35 comments:

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  2. love the sweet and spicy pakoda with a hot cup of tea

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

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  5. Innovative pakoras love to have them anytime.

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

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

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

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

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  11. Wow that is great..you are coming with innovative recipes... yummy pakoda...

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  12. Looks so nice, very innovative.

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

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

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

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

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  17. Yummy bondas,love the crispy edges

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  18. Tasty pakoda.. looks tempting.. :)

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  20. wooooooooooooooowww.... yummmmmyyy... kalakuringa ponga

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

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

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

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

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  25. That looks tasty! Nice recipe:-)

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

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

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

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    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

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    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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