Jun 27, 2012

Sweet Corn Kofta

Ingredients needed :
  • Sweet corn (frozen) - 1 cup
  • Bread - 2
  • Potato - 3
  • Onion - 1
  • Green chillies
  • Salt
  • Oil 
  • lemon juice

Method :

Chop onions and heat kadai and add 1 tsp. oil and fry onions till done ...peel potato skin and chop it into pieces and take a saucepan and add little water and  boil the potatoes till done, once done take the potato pieces and allow it cool well and then mash it and set aside, as I used frozen sweet corn , bring it to room  temperature .

Take a blender and grind bread using whip button and make it powder and set aside ...then grind sweet corn + green chillies coarsely .. and transfer it to a bowl and add mashed potato + salt + lemon juice + bread crumbs and mix it well ...then take a small portion of the mixture and shape it in balls and keep it ready ...

Heat a paniyaram pan and add little oil in each hole and place the potato - sweet corn balls and fry it in medium heat till done and serve it with tomato sauce ..

Sending this to Shama's Street Party event, event started by Jagruti


      1. Yum Yum...

      2. Koftas looks damn addictive.

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      6. Hi Kavitha ,

        I'm Punitha of www.southindiafoodrecipes.blogspot.in

        Kofta looks delicious !!!

        Keep on Kavitha..

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      8. Hi kavitha,

        Thank you for sharing the sweet corn kofta recipe, a great dish and we look forward to experimenting with it. We cater at many Indian weddings throughout the year and a finger licking snack such as this wiould work very well for mehndi nights and cocktail parties.

      9. super yummy snack.
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      11. This recipe sounds so delicious! I'm feeling hungry now. I'm going to make bread soon just so I can try your recipe out. :)


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