Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Sweet Corn Fritters

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The best part of being a food blogger is that you get friends from all over the world. It doesn't just happen on day one, but people who start as readers, then comment on the posts mutually, write mails and have a chat or two and one fine day meet up too :) That too when its people with similar interests like food and food photography, then the fun is all the more doubled. 

I have a lot of such blog friends and I am so glad and happy for it :) One such amazing friend is Raji of Rakskitchen. She is super cool and cute lady who stays at Singapore. I have admired her super popular blog lot of times and appreciate her patience in doing step wise pictures always. I have met her a couple of times in Chennai but the best time was when I went to Singapore a couple of moths back we made it a point to meet up and the sweetest Jayeshree also joined us. We had a great time together for a day :) Thanks buddies for hosting and spending time with me for a day! Big hugs! Isn't it great to make friends virtually and meet them up abroad!! I am still so thrilled thinking of it :)

Today I am posting a recipe from her blog. Ever since she posted this corn fritters in her blog I was wanting to try it out. Hence here it is :) 

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Sweet corn kernels - 2 cups
All purpose flour - 5 tblsp
Rice flour - 2 tblsp
Shallots or Small onions - 5
Green chilly - 2
Garlic pods - 4
Coriander leaves (optional) - hand full
Black pepper powder - 1 tsp
Salt - for taste
Oil - for frying

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Pressure cook the corn kernels by adding some water and rock salt to it. Once cooked drain and keep it aside. 

Grind shallots, green chillies, garlic pods and coriander leaves together into a coarse paste by adding two tsp of water to it. 

Now take the cooked corn kernels in mixing bowl and add the ground paste to it. Now add the maida, rice flour, salt and black pepper to it and mix well. Add a little water to bring it all together. 

Heat oil in a kadai. Wet your hands slightly and take a small portion of the mixed dough and make small patties. 

Drop 3 to 4 of them in oil and fry until roasted on both the sides and golden brown in color. Keep the flame constantly in medium heat and flip the patties until well cooked. 

Pat dry with tissues and serve hot with ketchup :)

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Written by: Nithya
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Unknown said...

lovely mouthwatering

Rumana Rawat said...

i love it..

Hamaree Rasoi said...

You are absolutely right that Food Bloggers from all over the world have become friends for their passion for food. Also, the fritters look simply delicious.

Unknown said...

Lovely words.crunchy fritters

Unknown said...

yummy ans crispy corn fritters...

Rafeeda AR said...

such yummy looking fritters...

Anonymous said...

Corn Fritters look nice and crunchy.
Happy New Year to you and your family.


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