CORN VEGGIES FRITTERS
These veggies and corn fritters are classic summer veggies mixed into one delicious and easy recipe. Enjoy them as a savoury breakfast, as a snack, or as a veggie-loaded side dish to any meal!
There are evenings when you are fine with just a cup of hot tea. But then there are those when you wish there was a plate of bhajiyas/fritters/cutlets that you could tuck in with a cup of tea. For such an evening when you wish to indulge in something greasy and good, homemade corn cutlets serve as a healthy and delectable option. Quick to make and made with less oil, cutlets are a hit with kids too.
They offer so much room for creativity as a chef. If your child or any other adult in the family is not fond of vegetables, then sneak them into these corn fritters and they won’t even know. You can make cutlets or fritters out of any vegetable. This Corn Vegetable Fritters recipe brings together potato, carrot, onion, corn kernels, green chilies, and coriander to make a delicious snack that can be stuffed into bread to make a roll or bread to make a sandwich
This yummy recipe for how to make corn cutlet/fritters is the perfect answer to all those ultimate cravings. Team these corn cutlet/fritters with any spicy chutney or ketchup or have them on their own as you like.
These crispy and melt-in-the-mouth fritters don’t need an elaborate cooking time and no exotic ingredients. They just need a little prep before you start.
So what are you waiting for?
Don that apron and impress everyone with this favourite.
Chopped onions 2-0
Chopped green chillies (4)
Grated carrot -1
1 cup corn kernels
Black salt—1/2 tsp
Salt (as per taste)
1/2 teaspoon red chilli powder
Chaat masala (garnishing)
STEPS TO MAKING
1. With the help of a vegetable masher, mash up the boiled potatoes in the bowl.
2. Put the veggies inside as mentioned in the list of ingredients.
3. Add the spices and mix everything together. Adjust the salt as per taste.
4. Now grease your palms with some oil and give them the patty shape nicely so that the batter doesn’t stick to your palms.
5. Take a pan and fry them in oil, but do not deep fry them. Until they are golden brown.
6. Sprinkle some chaat masala on top of it and a few drops of lemon juice on it.
7. Serve hot with tea as an evening snack, along with mint dip or tomato ketchup.
The recipe for the mint dip has already been shared on my blog. Please follow the link to find it.
RECIPE FOR THE MINT DIP IS ALREADY BEEN SHARED ON MY BLOG. PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK TO FIND THE ONE.
It doesn’t require any extra skills, so it can be the best source for your kids to consume vegetables in a healthy way.
This recipe can be part of your morning breakfast too. When you run out of options and crave some short and quick recipes, this strikes the mind.
This recipe can be part of your get-together or any other occasion.
You can stuff it with some cheese cubes or mozzarella.
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