Jun 11, 2015

Corn and Cheese Balls Recipe / Cheese Corn Balls Recipe


If you love corn and cheese, then this is for you..These are very addictive, you want to pop them in your mouth and never want to stop. Great one for kids, after school snack.

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This is so easy to make. Infact you can make a big batch of them and freeze them in a foil lined tray till they are frozen, then collect all of them in a plastic baggie. You can fry whenever you want them straight from the frozen stage.


Hope you will give this a try and let me know how it turns out for you..


Preparation Time : 10 mins
Cooking Time : 20 mins for cooking potatoes
Frying Time : 1 min per batch
Makes : 15 balls

Ingredients:

Cornstarch / Cornflour - 3 tblspn
Water - 1/4 cup
Breadcrumbs - 1 cup
Oil for deepfrying

For Balls:
Potato - 1 large boiled, peeled and mashed
Sweetcorn - 1/2 cup cooked
Salt to taste
Pepper to taste
Red Chilli Flakes - 1 tsp
Oregano - 1/2 tsp
Coriander leaves - 2 tblspn finely chopped
Cheese - 1/4 cup grated ( i used amul cheese cube)
All Purpose Flour / Maida - 2 tblspn
Cornflour / Cornstarch - 2 tblspn

Method:

Mix all the ingredients given for the balls to a dough. Take small portions from it and roll it smoothly into small balls.


Take cornflour in a bowl and add little water to it and make it into a runny liquid. Dip each balls in the liquid and roll it in breadcrumbs.

Pop this balls in freezer for 15 mins.

Heat oil for deep frying, drop the balls in and fry till golden.

Drain onto some paper towel.
Serve with ketchup

HOW TO FREEZE THESE BALLS:
You can make a big batch of them and freeze them in a foil lined tray till they are frozen, then collect all of them in a plastic ziploc baggie or a container. You can fry whenever you want them straight from the frozen stage.

Pictorial:
Take all your ingredients


Peel boiled potatoes


mash them roughly


add in sweetcorn, i added whole kernels, but you
can puree them roughly in a blender and add it..


add little salt, red chilli flakes, pepper and oregano


add little coriander leaves


now add in grated cheese


Add some maida


Add little cornflour


mix really well
Take a small portion of the mix


Shape it into ball




All done


Now take some cornflour in a bowl


dissolve it with some water


take a ball


dip it in cornflour slurry


drop it in breadcrumbs


coat on all sides


done


I popped the plate in freezer for 15 mins


Heat oil for deep frying


drop balls in


fry till golden


just like this


drain it


put it in some paper towels


Serve with ketchup

26 comments:

  1. Sometimes when I deep fry, bread crumbs are seen separated in oil.. how can I avoid that..

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  2. Hiiii.. its a blessing reading yr recipes esp. wid images to get a better idea.
    Well i wantd to knw why do we freeze them. Is it so that they dont crack. Regards Shikha Singh

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  3. Madam

    Just wanted to know can be replace corn with boiled chicken will it taste good

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  4. Hi Aarthi. The cheese balls look great. I have a question about the bread crumbs. Do you make bread crumbs at home or you get them from the market. If you buy them, can you tell me the brand plz.

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  5. @Anonymousyes it will taste good. you can add chicken

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  6. @YASHfreezing makes it firm and the breadcrumbs will coat the balls very well

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  7. @Anonymousfreezing is the secret..Freeze and then fry they will stay in place

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  8. I m planning to do this for b day party.. can I keep it in fridge for around 6 hrs and fry it in the evening??

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  9. I m planning to do this for b day party.. can I keep it in fridge for around 6 hrs and fry it in the evening??

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  10. I made it today.. it was awesome.. my son loved it.. can we skip maida as its not good for health.. will the taste be compromised?? Thanx once again..

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  11. Can we skip maida??

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  12. @Anonymousyes u can add breadcrumbs instead of maida

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  13. @The Happy SoulCheck this link for breadcrumbs
    http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/2015/06/homemade-breadcrumbs-recipe-how-to-make.html

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  14. Instead of frying in oil can we bake the balls in Conventional oven ?

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  15. @Anonymousnot sure about baking, give it a go

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  16. Hi Aarthi, I made these yesterday for my son's birthday party as a starter and it was a huge hit. Thanks a lot for the recipe.

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  17. Hi Aarthi. I love all your recipes. They are amazing. I have a question regarding this recipe. Can we shape them flat like a tiki and shallow fry them on tava instead of deep frying? Have you ever tried? How did it turn out? Thanks.

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  18. @Anonymousyes u can flatten it like tikki too

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  19. Can we use mozzarella cheese instead of amul cheese

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  20. wow!! this is yummy..
    once i cooked with beetroot and rice.. :)

    http://from-a-girls-mind.blogspot.com

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  21. How long can we freeze these???
    It should be store in freezer or fridge??

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