Sunday, November 30, 2008

BABY CORN MANCHURIAN

Suddenly my Husband's friends family came to our house. They have come in evening and my husband intimated me half an hour before they reached. I was little bit tensed what to make for them as a snacks... Only these baby corns are resting in my fridge. Then I decided to prepare manjurian instead of using cauliflower I used baby corns. First time I tried this recipe, It came out very well and tasty. They enjoyed it too...... This manjurian with hot cuppa filter coffee...... Hm... really too goooood.

INGREDIENTS

Baby corns 10
All purpose flour/maida 1/2cup
Besan/kadalai mavu 2 tsp
Chilli powder 3 tsp
Onion 2
Tomato 2
Turmeric
Salt to taste
Oil to fry
Green chilli sauce 2 tsp
Soya sauce 2 tsp
Tomato ketchup 1 tsp
Ani seeds/ sombu 1 tsp

METHOD

Cut the baby corns in to small thin pieces. Mix both flours, chilli powder and salt with water to a thin batter. The batter should not too thick as well as too think. If it is thick like idly batter fritters will come like Bajji. It it is too thin it can’t be stick with corns. Be careful while making the batter. It should be in right consistency.
Dip each corn in to that batter and deep fry it. Keep it aside.
In a pan tamper aniseed and add onions tomatoes one by one. Saute it.
Add turmeric, all the sauces and little salt. Stir it till all turn to golden brown and raw odor goes off.
Now add the corn fritters. Mix it well as all the essence of the masala should get mixed with the fritters.
Garnish with coriander leaves, spring onions /finely chopped onions. Serve hot and enjoy the taste….
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24 comments:

Yasmeen said...

You are one smart hostess Hema,I'm sure your unexpected guests devoured every bit of baby corn manchurian:)

sriramjaganathan said...

Hi i like this receipe. I will try. How you got a new receipe. Did you husband friend family like that receipe. Can you send some to me.

anudivya said...

My favorite restaurant snack... looks yummy.

Adlak's tiny world said...

Thanks Yasmeen for yr lovely word.

Sure sriram i ll snd u thro mail ha ha ha...
Thanks anu its become my fvrt too Hm.. i got last few pieces that day. Minjinadhu than kedachadhu pa.. But I was happy they enjoyed it well.

Viki Xavier. said...

yummy quick fix snack. corn manchurian with a hot cuppa filter coffee .. great treat for this season dear.

jeyashrisuresh said...

so hema i think i can come to ur house uninformed.nice recipe.loks so yummy

Gita's Kitchen said...

I tasted this once at a restaurant in Chennai, it was so delicious...thanks for sharing the recipe :)

Uj said...

Baby corn manchurian is one of my fav.. I am sure your guests were pleased

Happy cook said...

Delicius looking manchurian.
I am sure if i ome to your place ubexpected, i would love to have these

Adlak's tiny world said...

Thnaks viki,Geeta and Uj.

U r always welcome Jeyashri and HC.

Kitchen Flavours said...

Iam also comming suddenly. Looks perfect, spicy and yum.

Adlak's tiny world said...

O s Lubna. most welcome. Pakka will u come.

Curry Leaf said...

Love the recipe.Lucky guest I must say.I can understand your state with just 1/2 an hour before they arrive.Well,you performed very well under these circumstances

Cham said...

I imagine with the filter coffee this manchurian! Tasty

Purva Desai said...

This was really a nice try for any unexpected guest....
I am a great fan of Baby corn, manchurian looks really delicious. I am sure ur guest must have relished the dish

Adlak's tiny world said...

Ahh! CL That was really gr8 day and another grt thing is in that hurry also i clicked for my blog?!... (in d last mnt)after they have reached, my hubby was maintaining the show for few mts.)

Thnaks cham and purva for nice words.

SriLekha said...

its looking delicious, colorful an hot!

Usha said...

The manchurian looks delicious...great idea !

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

manchurian is always a hit..supera iruku paaka.

thanks dear.. my hubby who is a professional photographer(some of the pics in my blog were taken by him using his big camera.. for eg. pomegranate rice was taken in his camera..my camera is kutty and i know 2-3 tricks on how to take food pics.. avlodhan. romba ellam theriyadhu. i always use a tripod and take pics without using flash. that's the tip.

anudivya said...

Hema, profile pic la naane thaan... "nee" nnu koopadlaam. You are the first person to call me "neenga" for a long time now, and it feels wierd! Cha! Enna mariyaadhai, enna mariyaadhai! Thaanga mudila!
He he he.

G.Pavani said...

looks yummy n spicy.. ilove it very much

Roochi said...

so sweet.. thanks you...

yummy BCM... i love this a lot lot. I dont prefer cauliflower so the alternative happned to be Baby corn Manchurian for me while in India... I miss all those now

sanjen said...

Adada semaiana noruku teeni,it really sent me out of this world,wait ill come soon to taste ur BABY CORN MANCHURIAN .

Adlak's tiny world said...

Thank u sanjen for the lovely words... and visiting my blog. U r always welcome. may i Know wer r u from?