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Aug 24, 2011

Fried Sweet Corn Nuggets

Fried Sweet Corn Nuggets
Today’s recipe is a requested recipe from one of my friend...It is so easy to make and ofcourse delicious to eat..This is a very mild dish so I served it up with hot sauce(Don’t worry I have given recipe below)...I promise you this is one of the best fried nuggets you ever had...It is crispy on the outside and yet soft and fluffy in middle...Many people use cream style sweetcorn,but some how I don’t like that taste.This is how I do it, I took half of the corn and pureed it and half I left in whole...If you don’t eat eggs,ofcourse you could skip that....In this recipe,I have given pictures of how to remove “Corn off the Cob” so it will be really helpful to you.And also while I am removing my corn there is one little “Corn Bandit” waiting to take away the Cob(Check pictures)...Please give it a go and let me know what you think....

Ingrediants:

Whole Sweet corn Kernels-1 cup
Sweet corn-1 cup Pureed
Flour-1 cup
Milk-3/4 cup
Egg-1
Baking powder-1 tsp
Salt to taste
Pepper to taste
Oil for deep frying

Method:

Take 1 cup of sweet corn and puree it in a food processor..Mix baking powder with flour and set aside..

Heat oil for deep frying…

In a mixing bowl add 1 egg and beat it till fluffy…Pour in milk and mix well…

Add in sweet corn puree and sweet corn kernels and mix well…

Now add the flour mixture to this and mix well…Season with salt and pepper and mix well..

Now take a spoonfull of this batter in hot oil and fry till golden brown..

Drain this in a paper towel and serve with any hot sauce(Recipe below)

For Hot sauce :
Mix 1 tsp of Red chilli paste with 1/2 cup of Tomato ketchup..

Pictorial:

Take your lovely corn on a cutting board and peel away the outer husk....

Take a knife and cut off the corns just like that...

All cut off...

Now what will you do with the Cob
If you have a little one like this at home just give it to her....In my case she is fighting with me for the cob..

Leave her alone, she will do the job for you...

Ok coming back to corns....All corns beautifully cut off...

Take half of the corn and puree it in a blender
Grab all your ingrediants for this recipe...
Mix baking powder with flour and set aside...
Beat eggs till fluffy

all fluffed up

gradually add in milk and whisk well..

add in corn puree

and whole corn kernals and mix well

dump in the flour mixture

Season with salt

and pepper...

mix well...

take a spoonfull of mixture...
Put them in hot oil and fry till golden...
Fritters looks like gold nuggets...

Serve it immediately with hot sauce

I recommend to eat it hot...

40 comments:

  1. lovely recipe.. looks tempting.. love to see your little one fighting with you for the cob.. :-)

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  2. Me ha encantado tu receta Yummy!. adoro el maiz. y así en croquetas tiene que ser una delicia. Gracias por compartirla. Un beso

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  3. I like this receipt so much because i love corn. I write it in my notebook.
    Kisses

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  4. Amazing looking corn fritters. Great preparation.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  5. Mmm! I love corn nuggets! lol your dog is such a cutie patootie!

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  6. That looks super-duper yummy! I wonder if i can make this with frozen after draining all the water out?
    Love the"bone" that your doggy got Too cute :) cheers, priya

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  7. On my to do list, they look fantastic. My dogs in S.Africa used to love the cobs ;-) Diane

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  8. Very new recipe to me and looks delicious ...

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  9. wow, too tempting dear, absolutely yummy nuggets, the doggy clicks are so cute..i appreciate the way u explain with so much details and pics..great job !!

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  10. Feel like grabbing some, crispy nuggets tempts me a lot..

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  11. GOSTEI DESTA SUGESTÃO , ADORO MILHO.
    LINDO O TEU CÃO.
    BJS

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  12. That does look superb and I always love your step by step pics and what a cute little one (puppy) :)

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  13. I AM MAKING THIS NOW!!! LOL OH MY I LOVE THESE!!! Reminds me of my child hood, you are going to DIE laughing but these suckers are SO good with maple syrup lol it is so odd I know but try it! Sweet/Salty oh so yummy! GREAT RECIPE I LOVE LOVE LOVE that I can make these now!

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    1. never thought of trying them with maple syrup, bt did after reading your comment, and yes yummy!

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  14. soo yummy, tempting and crispy fritters

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  15. Oh, these are gorgeous! I'm not a huge fan of creamed corn either...so your fried nuggets sound delicious! And my dog would be thrilled with a corn cob, too :)

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  16. Tempting clicks. looks so delicious.

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  17. I make thsoe,I love those.I call them corn fritters:)

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  18. @Backstage Ha Ha...If joe heard this it will eat you..

    Thanks carolina and Cooking creations:D

    @Now serving..yes you could use frozen corn too..

    @Amy J. and Tiffanie A...That sounds weird but will surely give it a try..Thank you so much..

    @Dzoli...yes you can call it any way you like..

    Thankyou everyone for your lovely comments..

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  19. This will be an interesting evening snack bite. I should try this out soon!

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  20. Wow too corn.. is egg an must..but its too tasty n yummy.. n ur dog is cho chwett!!

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  21. That's yummy pakodas ...I want to grab tht platter :)

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  22. These do look yummy, I may try to make them this afternoon, I even have some fresh corn right now. Love your dog, mine wouldn't even try the cob, he has to have everything in real small bites. Thanks
    Suzi

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  23. Oh my! Fried anything makes me giddy. Yummy!

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  24. Looks absolutely perfect and tempting.. thanks for the recipe :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  25. Thanks for posting! These were amazing!!! They're even better with a teaspoon of sugar!

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  26. Omg...its so nice and tempting.I assure you its really a perfect snack

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  27. What kind of flour did you use. All purpose or rice flour?

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  28. We should have this as soon as we made. It lose its crispness within 10min.

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  29. Wow will surely try this thought sweet corn is in a can but here i see fresh corn anyone can clarify this otherwise will jus follow ..😁

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  30. @Babe KaurI used fresh sweetcorn, you can use canned kernels too

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  31. @Narmi MYou have to use All purpose flour / Maida

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  32. I love these. I use cornmeal instead of flour. Super yummy!

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