Monday, 29 June 2015

Corn Fritters- Snack For Rain

So, its raining these days and everyone is cooking various pakodas and stuff. But we The Madcap Girls wanted to try something new and thus we made 'Corn Fritters'. We've provided you with the recipe and step by step photos to make your cooking easy.

Enjoy the rains.

Onion, 1Fresh Green Chili, 1Garlic Cloves, Coriander Leaves, American Sweet Corn, All Purpose Flour/Maida, 3 tablespoons CornFlour, Salt to taste and Pepper and Oil for Deep Frying
1. grind together onion, red chili, garlic cloves and coriander leaves in a blender with a little water until everything is smooth and paste like.

 2. Boil the corn for 5 minutes to make them soft.

3. Add in the sweet corns, flour, corn flour, salt and pepper to the paste me made before and mix. You should have a thick batter.

4. Heat the oil in a non-stick pan and with a spoon add tiny bites of the mixture into the hot oil. Let one side cook for a while then turn them and let the other side cook properly. Be patient

5. Serve it in a plate with tissue on it so that the access oil is soaked out.

6. Serve immedately. 

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