An interesting food blog with some creative recipes and fusion of indo western food , you will find very interesting Indian curries as well as breads with a little difference. You will definitely love to try my 20 years of food experience ,As a mother of two grown ups I always appreciate healthy food with a tasty twist to serve at dinning table .
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BABY CORN CIGARS
Throwing a cocktail party .....oooooh some time it's really difficult when you did't have much time to collect exotic ingredients but want to impress your gusts with super tempting snacks here i have some tested recipes very quick and believe me they are amazing ......
BABY CORN CIGARS...
baby corns (12-15).........100 gm
green chilli......2-3 no.
green coriander....2 tbsp
bread crumbs .......4tbsp
dry methi..............2 tsp
garam masala........1/2 tsp
chat masala............1/2 tsp
salt and chilli powder as per taste
maida 2tbsp dissolve in water to get thin maida batter
corn flakes crushed for coating
oil for frying
Boil baby corns a little with salt (just to add salty taste ) for 3-4 min do not over cook .
Mash paneer with hands and add chopped chillis and coriander ,bread crumbs,dry methi, garam masala , chat masala and salt and chilli powder mix well to form a dough keep aside for few min.
Now take maida batter and crushed corn flakes.
First take a par boil whole baby corn and coat it with paneer mixture (you can adjust spices according to your taste i like cigars very spicy )
Dip these cigars into the maida batter and rolled in cornflakes crumbs
Deep fry 1-2 pieces at a time .
Garnish these cigars with rings of onions and long green chillis and enjoy with mocktails and cocktails
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