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Wednesday, 5 December 2012

From my Kitchen part 15

 Baby corn fritters

  Baby  corn  fritters are very popular in our  house. They are easy to make,are tasty and are light

 on the stomach.  We can take them any time.Whether it  is  breakfast, mid morning tea or pre

dinner snack baby corn fritters are always welcome.  They are also a good snack  for cocktail.


1 Baby corns                 250gms

2.Refined flour(maida) 1/2 cup

3 Cheese spread  (optional) 2 tsps

4.Salt                            To taste

5 Black pepper powder one pinch

6.Oil             For deep  frying

7.Baking powder      1/4  tsp 


Method for preparation

1.If the baby corns are thick cut  them length wise into 2 or 3 strips. Otherwise just trim them  from top and bottom.

2 Sprinkle salt uniformly on them. Keep aside.

3.To prepare the batter  take a bowl  add  all  the dry  ingredients .Add water and  mix thoroughly.

4. Put the oil in a wok  and place it on the fire.

5.When the oil is heated dip the  baby corn strips in  the batter and fry  on medium heat.

6.Serve them with  any chutney  of your choice.

I am giving below a few quotations on  cooking, which I like  and hope that they will be appreciated.

1. Food, like a loving touch or a glimpse of divine power, has that ability to comfort."
Author: Norman Kolnas

2. Cookery is not chemistry. It is an art. It requires instinct and taste rather than exact measurements.   -Marcel Boulestin

3.The belly rules the mind---Author unknown

(Quotes source from the  internet)



  1. This is a very tempting recipe specially for a cold winter evening! Will try it out! Oh yes, cookery is an art!

  2. Hi Shilpa Thanks a lot for the comments.After preparing the fritters tell how much Aryan liked them.Thank you for liking the quotations.I was a bit apprehensive whether the idea of inserting quotations will be apreciated or not.

  3. I'll try this for sure!

    A photo would be good.

  4. Thanks for the comments, Anupama.
    Actually I had pasted a photo, but it did not show in the final post. Perhaps I dont know the correct procedure.