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Thursday, August 5, 2010

Baby Corn Manchurian

 

                                  
                                                                                
                                                       
Baby corns are no less than babies when it comes to their tenderness and sweetness. I love to make this baby corn manchurian for my hubby, as he loves them. I have added yellow and red bell pepper in this preparation to make it more colorful. Hope all of you like it. I'll be grateful if you could give me your valuable feedback after trying it out at your homes.


Serves: 2, Preparation time: 20-25 minutes


Ingredients:
For Coating:
12-14 Baby corns
3 tbsp all purpose Flour
1 1/2 tsp Ginger-Garlic-Green chilly paste
1 tsp red chilly powder
1/2 tsp Black pepper powder
3-4 drops of Orange color (optional)
Salt to taste
Oil for frying


For Gravy:
5-6 flakes Garlic (chopped finely)
2 whole Red chilly
3 Green chillies
1 big Onion
1/2 cup Green bell pepper, seeded, chopped in small cubes
1/2 cup Red bell pepper, seeded, chopped in small cubes
1/2 cup Yellow bell pepper, seeded, chopped in small cubes
1/2 bunch Spring onions (the green part)
1 tsp Red chilly powder
1 tsp Black pepper powder
1 tbsp Tomato sauce
1 tbsp Soya sauce
2 tsp Chilly sauce
1/4 cup coriander (chopped)
1/4 cup Cornflour in 1 cup water


Method:
Microwave the baby corns for 7-8 minutes on high, till they are half cooked. Cut the baby corns horizontally in 2 if length is small or in 3 parts vertically if the length is slightly bigger. 
Mix all the coating ingredients except oil in a large bowl and make a thick batter. The quantity of water in batter should be sufficient enough to coat the baby corns properly.
Heat oil in a pan, dip the baby corn pieces in the above batter and deep fry them in medium heat till golden brown. Place them in kitchen towel to remove excess oil and keep them aside.


                                                                      Fried baby corns


         In a wok heat 1 tbsp oil, fry chopped garlic and red chillies. Add ginger-garlic paste and saute for a minute. Now add green chillies, onion and capsicums. Saute for 3-4 minutes. In the mean time chop spring onion and coriander leaves. Add soya sauce, tomato suce and chilly sauce and stir well. Add black pepper powder and salt (do keep in mind that the sauces have already salt in them). Add the fried baby corns, chopped coriander and spring onion. Stir fry for 2-3 minutes on low flame. Add the corn flour which was pre-dissolved in 1 cup water to this pan, stir well evenly and remove from the flame. Decorate with chopped spring onion and serve hot as an appetizer or side dish with fried rice.


                                                     





47 comments:

  1. Wowwwwwwwwwwwww... looks spicy and colorful.. very nice n delicious recipe.. beautiful presentation.. thanks for the recipe :)

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  2. nice and delicious recipe and the picture of it has also come out good n thanks for ur comment on my egg fried rice

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  3. absolutely mouthwatering dish deepa .... picture is droolworthy

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  4. wowwww..what a corful dish!!!..i would love to eat it as it is also...looks superb!!

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  5. my dear deepa........nice presentation....i love the click...ofcourse u hve done this it ll b more delicious...

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  6. Very interesting and yummy treat!

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  7. Pics are very tempting and really a yummy chinese gravy,loved it with babycorn as well...beautiful clicks deepa

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  8. Thanks a lot for visiting my blog earlier and posting your comment! It is always a pleasure to check out your beautiful blog and mouthwatering recipes. I love baby corns and was looking for a tasty recipe and this one just looks perfect! Thanks for this tempting dish Deepa and Tanu!

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  9. good one deepa..looks colorful and tasty..

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  10. colorful n mouthwatering.. loved the fried babycorn pic..yummy yum!

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  11. Hey Deepa,
    so tempting!!looks so delicious :)

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  12. OMG!!Love babycorn in any form..Looks amazing..Wish i could grab it and enjoy it..:)

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  13. Yummy ...ohh I feel like having those ;)...I have something same in my blog

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  14. Deepa,

    Lovely colors, I like the ingredients. I need to try this.

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  15. wow what a tempting click ....looks awesome ...baby corn all time favorite.. drooling here

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  16. OMG!!! luks deliicous and very tempting clicks.. and very color ful...

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  17. so colrful n yummy yum dish deepa...love it...do participate and send in ur entries for my ongoing event...tc

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  18. I so want to make this but never see baby corn in any of the places I shop. Beautiful mouth watering pics :)

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  19. Colorful and yummy manchurian recipe..very unique,beautiful clicks.

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  20. Luv baby corn manchurian...have my version too....urs looks tasty

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  21. Lovely .....looks tempting & co;orful dear!!!!

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  22. We love manchurian. Looks colorful and delicious! Beautiful pics!
    Thanks for writing lovely words in my blog:)

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  23. Looks colorful and tempting. Nice click.

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  24. lovely manchurian..looks delicious..1st tim to your wonderful space... do visit my site whenever.. following you..

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  25. eta amar baddo priyo. ki darun lagbe ei meghla dine tak jhal mishti manchurian khete.

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  26. Wow.....drool worthy....nice to know that u r also from Bangalore.....I too stay in Bangalore....

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  27. thats a nice variety of manchurian.. looks so tempting and yumm.. feel to taste some good one deepa

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  28. This manchurian looks colourful and absolutely mouthwatering delicious.Beautiful eyecatching click.

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  29. Yummy! This looks so good…I love all kinds of Manchurians but have such a soft spot for baby corn!

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  30. Delicious! Unfortunately we don't get fresh babycorn here and i don't like to use the canned ones.

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  31. dekhei jibhe jal ashchhe....baby corn diye je kono dish amar bhishon priyo...

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    Please follow if you like it

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  33. wonderful, looks so delicious and yummy!

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  34. Great recipe.Perfect with chapathis.Thanks for sharing!

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  35. Hey dear,

    Very good and yummy recipe. Nice clicks.

    Do visit my blog when you find time and you'll surely love it.

    http://preethisculinary.blogspot.com

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  36. ami HSR layout e thaki. tumi kon jaygay acho? between get together er kichu egolo? ami Bangalore e sei samay thakle dal e achi. :-)

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  37. Thank you friends for your valuable comments.

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  38. Durdanto baniyechho baby corn manchurian. Uffffff para jachhena mone hochhe ekhoni kheyeni. Darun presentation.

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  39. This is sooo good. making me drool. Wish I could have some with a bowlful of chinese fried rice.

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  40. I will take that plate dear...... simply superb... will definitely try this out....

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