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Thursday, 5 February 2009

Corny Chaat :-)

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Step 1: Roast sweetcorn on cob

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Step 2: Set aside

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Step 3: Shave the corn kernels as shown in the pic

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Step 4: chop onions, coriander, green chilies, lemon wedges.

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Step 5: Add salt, Red chilly powder (optional), Chaat Masala and squeeze the lemon into the mixture. Add the rest of the stuff, mix well.

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Step 6: Dig in

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Ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm bliss!

Top Tips:

# Add boiled potatoes and tomatoes to make this a heavier, fuller snack.

# The roasted sweet corn on cob by itself is yummmmmy- spread butter over it and bite in, else, try it the usual way with lemon juice, chilli powder and salt.

#The chaat as mentioned above is excellent as a starter in parties, and sure to set a few tongues wagging about how J they are of your chef-giri.

(I owe this recipe to Corn Club, our most favourite hangout in Pune after college. And I can’t thank Poopsie enough who introduced us to this totally novel (then) place.)

3 foodie comments:

Rupz said...

wow ! I am going thru your posts today (no work in office hehe), and i am LOVING all of them !!!

I miss Corn club pune .. I used to visit the one on Karve road (near Kothrud ) atleast once a week....

-- Rupa

The Ketchup Girl said...

am glad this blog is making your monday happy :). Are you from Sydney? Which part?

Kiku said...

i was perusing through your blog yday, and came across this one... and i totally have hung out at corn club when i was studying at pune!! i totally forgot how great it was. i made this last night for me and my bf we loved it! soo happy to rmbr the days back in pune thanks so much!