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Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Baby corn manchurian recipe My kid loves baby corn a lot! So I am always in search for recipes using baby corn. I have tasted baby corn manchurian in restaurants and always wanted to try at home! When I googled for images,I got attracted by the picture of Nag’s Baby corn Manchurian. So I decided to try and she too have adapted the recipe from her sister,so double the assurance. I already once have tried Gobi manchurian and today I tried the baby corn version. Since it was tasting awesome,I thought I will have this recipe in my blog too..:)
            Since I wanted my baby corn in a softer side,I just pressure cooked it till 3 whistles. Other wise I followed her recipe,other than few measures that I changed according to my taste. I did used a sprig of cilantro leaves,since I like it that way.
Baby corn manchurian recipe 

Baby corn Manchurian recipe

Indian Starter
Prep Time: 10 mins    |  Cook time: 20 mins    Serves: 3

Ingredients

Baby corn 12
Maida/all purpose flour 4 tblsp
Corn flour 2 tblsp
Ginger garlic paste 1 tsp
Red chilli powder 1 tsp
Salt As needed
Oil For deep frying

Other Ingredients


Ginger garlic paste 1 tsp
Onion 1
Capsicum 1
Green chillies (optional) 2 nos.
Cilantro/Coriander leaves 1 sprig
Spring onion 1/2 bunch
Red chilli powder/pepper powder 1 tsp( I used red chilli powder here)
Chilli sauce 1 tsp
Soya sauce 2 tsp ( Use more if u need)
Corn flour 1 tsp dissolved in 1/2 cup water
Salt as needed

Method

  1. Mix cooked baby corn,salt,redchilli powder,ginger garlic pate and the flours,with sufficient water,the corn should be coated well with the batter. Deep fry till golden brown and keep aside.
  2. 1-baby-corn-manchurian
  3. Cut onion,capsicum into cubes or length wise as per ur wish. Chop the coriander leaves and spring onion.( Use the bottom part of spring onion when u fry onion). Heat a broad pan with oil and add ginger garlic paste followed by onion,green chillies and fry till onion turns transparent and then add capsicum and fry for a minute.
  4. 2-baby-corn-manchurian
  5. Add the sauces,salt,red chilli powder and fry for a minute in high flame.Add the fried baby corn with chopped coriander leaves and spring onion and mix well.
  6. 3-baby-corn-manchurian
  7. Now add the corn flour dissolved in water in a sprinkled manner and stir well,till you get a juicy baby corns covered in this sauce evenly.
  8. 4-baby-corn-manchurian

Notes


  • Do not add more than 1 tsp of corn flour and 1/2 cup water, if corn flour is added more, it will turn soggy.
  • You can add a tsp of lemon juice along with sauces for a tangy twist.
  • Be generous adding coriander leaves, as it lends a great flavour.
  • I used to pressure cook before, but then I found its not necessary, so when I updated this recipe, I skipped that step. 
  • Also, I forgot to add red chilli powder in step 3 when i updated the step wise pictures.
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                        Decorate with spring onions,chopped and enjoy as a starter or side for fried rice!!

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    77 comments:

    1. Looks so gud. nice colour and yummy ...I too have this recipe in my blog.....

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    2. It reminded me of Gobi Manchurian which I made recently. Loved the color Raji :)

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    3. awesome!! Yours looks so much better than mine :) Thanks for the link love!

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    4. hmm , lovely color!!I've tried gobi manchurian in the same way, i added little tomato sauce in the gravy..Looks nice:)

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    5. Hi Raji,
      Absolutely Awesome! love the shiny look of the munchurian.Would love to T&T some time. Thanks for the link and the recipe dearie:)
      Pls collect ur award from my blog :)
      Thanks
      TC

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    6. Wow Raks, this is really delicious, looks too great..feel like having it rite now:)

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    7. LOoks yummy & colourful.. delicious,...

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    8. It looks lovely, Raj! :) How are you?

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    9. It looks lovely, Raj! :) How are you?

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    10. wow..looks so very delicious raji....YUMMYYYYYYYYYY

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    11. oooh..the picture is so good..its tempting me to make this one soon...sure must have tasted awesome..

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    12. Oh wow simply droolworthy.....Wish i could taste some right now....

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    13. This is infact my fav too!!
      Nice clicks..

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    14. Your photos are always so gorgeous Raks, Manchurian looks mouthwatering! :)

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    15. Wonderful side for fried rice... they look tangy and shiny... perfect dish...

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    16. hi raji, how r u? it's been long time !!, came back from india & slowly going thro' every buddy's blogs!!, As usual looks great!! photo & recipe, I know it would be tasting good as I already tried ur recipes, never tried with Baby corn only with Gobi & button Mushrooms must try this too...

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    17. oops drooling. surely going to try this weekend.amazing ya.

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    18. u have changed ur template.my daughter just noticed when i was readingand me "amma raks kitchen has changed ma".

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    19. I made this once from Nags sis bharathy's place and it was so so yumm.
      Yours look so so delicious.

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    20. The dish looks so yummy and spicy, I have not tried baby corn manchurian. I should try them soon:)

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    21. Picture looks so tempting. Awesome picture.

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    22. Baby corn Manchurian looks divine. All I want to do is grab and run away...sorry its yummy.

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    23. wow! yummy ..it's soo mouthwatering :):D

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    24. Yum Yum..So tempting color. Awesome photos..

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    25. I'm drooling over your clicks! Looks tempting and delicious..

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    26. Oh My that looks too awesome... manchurians are always my favorite. I don't find baby corn here that much though.

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    27. awesome awesome awesome

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    28. I love manchurian but never make it. Maybe sometime I must try it. Your photos are tempting.

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    29. oh wow iam drooling over this looks so delicious and so beautiful pic.

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    30. wow.. u make me drool! Looks fabulous! Its my fav too.. but, i don't get these cute baby corns here.. :(

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    31. Is that fair to tempt like that? They are absolutely delicious!

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    32. That looks so perfect, must taste mouthwatering... I will have to try this soon!!!

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    33. this is so so so so so.... tempting! Yum! Stunning pic as always :)

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    34. WOW..I love the colour, its so tempting Dish. I have to give a try..

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    35. Yet to try Baby corn..looks great n yum Raks.:)

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    36. OMG!! it looks exactly like the ones you get in restaurants...ive never managed to cook indo-chinese food this good so far. great job!!!

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    37. I've tried this too! :) Nags' pics are always brilliant. Yours totally does justice too :)

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    38. Ayyo this is too good..bookmarked.. ;)!!!!
      (I really mean it):D..!!

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    39. Ayyo this is too good..bookmarked.. ;)!!!!
      (I really mean it):D..!!

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    40. Ayyo this is too good..bookmarked.. ;)!!!!
      (I really mean it):D..!!

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    41. Wow, what a color. This looks terrific dear..Wanna to grab the plate...

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    42. Wonderful pictures as usual..I love manchurians! This baby corn manchus are soooo delicious..

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    43. Picture is soo good.. Actually i thought of posting gobi manchurian today which i prepared for potluck..but i did not. when i came to ur blog happy to see urs.

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    44. this is soo yummy looking... lovely colour and very tempting :)

      - Indhu (www.thayirsaadham.com)

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    45. Wow! what a wonderful picture. Mouth watering & delicous too.

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    46. WOw loooks so yummy. I turn any fried veggies into manchurian infact...so crazy what to say.

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    47. i love manchurian. this looks super yum!

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    48. The pics are simply awesome, you r so talented there,and the manchurian looks heavenly, have to try this one for sure!

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    49. looks sooooooooo delicious nd colourful....

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    50. Nice color. Loved the one from nags and this one too. I should try this!

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    51. Oh no !!! Pls post step by step clicks :(((

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    52. Hi Rak's , I am quite new to cooking. I tried your moong dal sambar, it came out very well. then i tried your Babycorn Manchurian, it came out great, this success motivated me to try your Kumbakonam kadappa as a side dish for Idly (one food which my huby doesnt like at all, hence to make him eat it), Excellent is the word from my huby & he ate 2 more idlis. Thank you so much . Please keep posting, will try all yours one by one. Now my MIL & FIL also started appreciating me. Thanks to you. (Note: I am married for the past 1.5 yrs & carrying 5th month. Now i have gained confidence that I too can cook good food for my child n huby.)All the credits is yours . Thanks again.

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    53. Hi Sowmia,

      Thank you so much for writing :) You comment sure made my day, thanks a lot :)

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    54. I stumbled upon this wonderful blog of yours when I wanted to make jangri and it turned out awesome! Now instead of "googling" for recipes, I just search your recipes first! Thanks and good luck with your cooking expertise and experiments!

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    55. I would go with Priya Hari' s comment.. Oflate, whatever i want to cook, first i come to your recipes, and cook whatever is available ma. I have book marked your site, following you in facebook and twitter; most importantly, the news about me cooking new varieties , that tastes great have reached my SIL (who is also in singapore ) through my MIL & FIL . She asked how and from where I am trying all these.. I said all the credits goes to "www.rakskitchen.net" . Hope she also enjoys great recipes from yours. Thanks a lot. Will keep recommending your site to all my friends and family members.

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    56. Hi, I tried manchurian today and it came out really well.. Thanks for posting this recipe.. Your recipes are wonderul.

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    57. Hi Raks.. Am Anusha from Chennai..working in TCS
      Am newly married.. for close to 6 months..
      I am always inclined to cooking,..learnt from my mom.. But after marg I came across ur website..which serves as my cook bible now..:-)

      Simply great.. No words to appreciate u and ur efforts..U are very gud source of inspiration in cooking..
      I have been publicizing ur profile to all my colleagues :-) and they were also very much impressed by ur skills.. we are all ur followers..
      ur fotography skills is another notable mention..
      I just cant stop adoring u.. keep up ur gud work..
      hope u reach great great heights very sooner..
      In future if I start a cook blog, will surely get tips from u ..:-)

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    58. Hi Raks.. Am Anusha from Chennai..working in TCS
      Am newly married.. for close to 6 months..
      I am always inclined to cooking,..learnt from my mom.. But after marg I came across ur website..which serves as my cook bible now..:-)

      Simply great.. No words to appreciate u and ur efforts..U are very gud source of inspiration in cooking..
      I have been publicizing ur profile to all my colleagues :-) and they were also very much impressed by ur skills.. we are all ur followers..
      ur fotography skills is another notable mention..
      I just cant stop adoring u.. keep up ur gud work..
      hope u reach great great heights very sooner..
      In future if I start a cook blog, will surely get tips from u ..:-)

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    59. Hi Anusha,

      Thanks so much for those lovely words, you made my day feel special and wonderful :) Glad to have follower like you, keep visiting :)

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    60. hii im in canada now .can i get baby corn in walmart?
      how is this available? dnt tried corn yet ,thts why asking

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    61. Not sure about in cannada, here we get in freshly packed packs.

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    62. tnks for reply..
      i like ur blog very much..(.with pics)

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    63. Hi it looks really delicious and mouthwatering. I have a small doubt on your receipe, can we avoid the chilli sauce and soya sauce? Or is it really essential?

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    64. I tried this recipe .It's really awesome.thanks Raks....

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    65. I have tried this recipe .Its test awesome.Thanks Raks.I love the way you describe your dishes.Its makes really very easy to me.I am learning from here too.thanks a lot dear.

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    66. I haven't tried baby corn Manchurian recipe yet. but ur recipe and the photograph is tempting me to try this soon. Too yummy looking.... Thnks for ur post....

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    67. Hi Raks, Looks so yummy. Must give a try soon.

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    68. Hey manchurian looks yummy, i want Mushroom munchurian reciepe, can u pls post that reciepe, it will helpful for me. I tried your many reciepes, all reciepes came out very well, am married for the past 4 & 1/2 years, but i dont know cooking, now i cook very well, all credits because of you, thanks a lot for your wonderful reciepes, keep going, am eagerly waiting for mushroom manchurian. Pla reply as soon as possible. Thanks.

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      1. I am not comfortable cooking mushrooms. We dont consume... Still when ever I could, I will, thanks for your feedback and suggestion!

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      2. Thanks for ur immediate reply.

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    69. HI...

      CAN U PLS TEL WT S THE DIFFERENCE BET tsp & tblsp??????????

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      1. tsp = teaspoon
        tblsp = tablespoon

        1 tablespoon = 3 teaspoons
        1 teaspoon holds 5 ml of liquid
        1 tablespoon holds 15 ml of liquid

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    70. HI AKKA,


      THANK U SO MUCH FOR CLEARING MY DOUBT:) NOW OLY AM TRYING SOME DISHES ONE BY ONE BY REFERING UR SITE....:)

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    71. i am a big follower of your site. i have tried many recipes from your site and have been appreciated for those dishes by my family. earlier i used to call amma for clearing my doubts but nowadays i just refer to your site.

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    72. Thanks for this recipe..I tried and it came out well....My kids loved it....

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