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Thursday, February 23, 2012

Baby Corn Fry (Baby Corn Golden Fry)

Baby Corn Fry
I havent tried many recipes with baby corn except the manchurian. I tried to cut down oil so toasted and it was still tasty and crispy. This time when I got a pack I made sure to try different varieties with it. So more baby corn recipes to follow soon.
Baby Corn Fry  Recipe

Baby Corn Golden Fry Recipe - Ingredients

Baby Corn Fry Recipe
Preparation Time : 15 mins | Cooking Time : 30 mins | Serves : 2
Recipe Category: Side dish | Recipe Cuisine: South Indian

Baby Corn - 9
Corn flour - 1 tbsp
Rice flour - 2.5 tbsp
Cooking soda - 1/4 tsp (optional)
Ginger garlic paste - 1 tsp
Chat Masala powder - just to sprinkle
Red Chilli powder - 1/2 tsp
Garam masala powder - 1/2 tsp
Curd - 1.5 tbsp
Water - as required for the batter
Salt - to taste
Oil - to toast

Method:

  1. Trim both the edges of baby corn then pressure cook baby corn with immersing level water for 2 whistles in medium flame.Cut them into 2 inch pieces then cut it vertically like I have done.(Else you can even cut them into small circles).
    How to make baby corn fry - Step1
  2. In a mixing bowl add rice flour, corn flour, curd, garam masala, red chilli powder, ginger garlic paste,salt,soda and mix well.Sprinkle little water(if required) to form a slightly running paste. Add cooked baby corn and marinate for 30mins. Set aside.
    How to make baby corn fry - Step2
  3. In a dosa pan, add oil and add the marinated baby corn pieces and roast it till golden brown. You can also deep fry them in oil. Drain in tissue and sprinkle chat masala powder.
    How to make baby corn fry - Step3
Serve hot with raw onions and tomato sauce.
Baby Corn Fry Recipe

My Notes:

  • Alternatively boil water and add baby corn with salt to get it cooked. Cook until baby corn turns slightly soft(You can even skip this step if you are planning to deep fry). Deep frying will be more crispier but to cut down oil, I toasted it.
  • It will take some time to toast. Turn over to toast it evenly on all sides. Smear little oil if required.
  • If you want to deep fry you can even marinate raw baby corns no need to boil and cook it.
  • The babycorn I bought were quite big so I chopped them to bite sized pieces. If you have smaller ones you can just cut into halves and proceed.
Baby Corn Golden Fry Recipe
Written by: SHARMILEE J

43 comments:

  1. This is a guilt free version sharmi.Nice recipe with cute clicks

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  2. Cute and delicious snack..will surely try

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  3. They look absolutely delicious, and a healthy one, no deep frying, yumm.

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  4. I make this wid whole baby corn..I just love babycorn n is my most fav veggie

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  5. Looks Yummy Definitely going to try this weekend! Thanx for a low cal recipe!

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  6. mmm.... I too never ever tried any dish with baby corn. This looks easy and delicious too.. Bookmarked this.

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  7. Looks yummy Sharmi .. I used to get baby corn but I do not see it in stores anymore :(

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  8. Yum starter. Looks easy too. Sure will try this.

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  9. Absolutely delicious!! I love the way you cooked it on stove top, instead of deep frying, yum!!

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  10. Excellent appetizer. Love to try out the baby corn fry using your method.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  11. simple and healthy fry!surely kids will like it!

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  12. I have to have a baby corn or cauliflower starter whenever we dine out.Love the golden fried babycorn at most of the chinese restaurants here.Got to try your recipe!

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  13. Awesome recipe. I am drooling. Looks absolutely yum!

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  14. Very tempting recipe Sharmilee. I am bookmarking this :)

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  15. yummyy scrumptious snack... love it!

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  16. simple and irrestible..feel like munching straight from teh plate

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  17. This is a healthy option.. Sounds yummy and good.. will surley try sometime :)

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  18. Perfect starter...looks yummy...

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  19. can the same be done in oven? if possible, pls explain that step too. thanks:)

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  20. First time here and already hooked to ur site.. in the last 10 minutes, I bookmarked 2 recipes already...:) really great stuff u have here... cheers....:)

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  21. That's looks so irresistible Sharmilee. I am in love with that cutlery. Looks so rustic and ethnic.

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  22. Mouthwatering dish ! It looks so delicious n tasty yaar.........
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  23. Excellent starter sharmi. Baby corns are always a savior, my fritters was a hit among a huge crowd. Anything with that iam in.

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  24. Looks so yummy n mouthwatering presentation.Thanks for sharing.

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  25. wow, amazing recipe and i love it when its brown and less oil!!

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  26. This is yummy yummy. I missed to see it and now going to get corn to make these :)

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  27. These look super yummy. Thanks for sharing :) - Cathy Pieroz at Ray White Alexandra Hills

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  28. Wow amazing i loved it Sharmi it was so yummy dat im gonna do it pretty often frm nw onwards

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  29. wow dat was amazing i love it Sharmi from now onwards im goin 2 do it pretty often fo ma collge off snack.. ♥

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  30. Wow amazing i loved it Sharmi it was so yummy dat im gonna do it pretty often frm nw onwards

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  31. I made it yesterday and it was very tasty. A guilt free snack. Thanks for the recipe:-)

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  32. I am goinging to try it this weedend.

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  33. Thank you for all your excellent recipes! Tried this today..came out very good..can we try carrots in the same marinade?

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