Saturday, July 2, 2011

Sweet Corn & Bread Pakoda

You have loads of stale breads in your bread bag, bored of eating them as upma or toast, give a trial to this wonderful sweet corn and bread pakoda, am damn sure that this pakodas suits prefectly as a wonderful snacks or a side dish to enjoy along with rasam or curd rice, you have numerous choices to enjoy this cute looking crispy pakodas...Paris climate is getting better than few days back, its bit gloomy and prefectly best to enjoy these crispy pakodas for snacks with a cup of tea..This pakodas goes for a quick preparation and gets vanished really quickly too, serve it with ketchup or any sort of spicy chutney..



1cup Sweet corn kernels (grinded as coarse paste)
4nos Stale bread slices(soaked in water & squeezed well)
2tbsp Rice flour
1tbsp Cornmeal
2nos Onions( chopped)
2nos Green chillies (chopped)
1/2tsp Ginger (crushed)
Few curry leaves
1tsp Fennel seed powder
Salt
Oil

Take the grounded corn paste,soaked bread slices, cornmeal,rice flour,crushed ginger,chopped onions,chopped green chillies, curry leaves,fennel seed powder in a bowl and turn them as thick batter..Heat enough oil for deep frying, make small balls from the mixture and drop gently to the hot oil, fry until they turns golden brown..

Enjoy hot as side dish or for snacks..

37 comments:

Kalpana Sareesh said... Reply To This Comment

wow they r so crispy n shd taste awesome.. i always hesitate deep frying but after seeing ur crispies i convince my crave..

Shobha said... Reply To This Comment

They make me hungry.. nice pakodas.

Radhika said... Reply To This Comment

A wonderful combo and nice deep fry delight.

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Padhu said... Reply To This Comment

Sure it would have tasted awesome

kitchen flavours said... Reply To This Comment

These look really delicious and addictive, would be impossible to stop at only one or two!

Ambreen said... Reply To This Comment

oh Priya, they look so yummy! I could enjoy a plateful :)

Alessandra said... Reply To This Comment

Cool pakoda! So you don't need chickpea flour for these pakodas?

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A.

Vimitha Anand said... Reply To This Comment

Yummy and crispy looking pakodas... Will surely try it out..

sangeeta said... Reply To This Comment

Hi Priya...we love corn fritters . Your pakode look delicious.

Kaveri said... Reply To This Comment

Yummy pakodas....very tempting

Priti said... Reply To This Comment

Nice adding corn with bread ....must be delicious

Archana said... Reply To This Comment

Looks awesome. Just the thing for a rainy day.

Prathima Rao said... Reply To This Comment

This makes such a crispy, tempting snack!! Would love to taste it now :)
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Nammi said... Reply To This Comment

Hi priya :),, this is a great snack to make during the upcoming fasting month. have a nice week end

Aruna Manikandan said... Reply To This Comment

looks crispy and tempting dear :)

foodiecorner said... Reply To This Comment

Just today my friend gave me the recipe of corn pakoda .. and now I see these yummy ones from your kitchen.. Keep them coming :)

Sunanda said... Reply To This Comment

Tday it is raining badly here and this is perfect evening snacks for today..

Mary said... Reply To This Comment

I've not seen these before but they really look delicious. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

Treat and Trick said... Reply To This Comment

Great combo and looks like a perfect snack to munch with..

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Ushnish Ghosh said... Reply To This Comment

Dear Priya
How are you? Reading your recipes is a great treat by itself. I think I can make this one. I pile up lot of stale bread secretly in the fridge and will use them now.
Have a nice sunday

Authenticoriyafood said... Reply To This Comment

Totally yummy recipe......even i made sweet corn fritters this weekend.....will post recipe soon!!!

Plateful said... Reply To This Comment

You know what Priya? Instead of booking marking your individual recipes I'm gonna bookmark your site for snack inspirations this Ramadan. Seriously! You come up with so many new recipes like this... it's amazing!

Mugdha said... Reply To This Comment

nice combo with crispy and yummy pakodas..:)

Harini-Jaya said... Reply To This Comment

oooo...nice platter of pakodas!! nice idea..did u think they absorbed more oil?

Vardhini said... Reply To This Comment

Crispy and tasty .. pass the bowl Priya. :)

Vardhini
Event: Fast food not Fat food

Ruchikacooks said... Reply To This Comment

They look so crispy priyakka. Nice combo.

Sushma Mallya said... Reply To This Comment

Lovely recipe Priya ..looks so yummy and crunchy perfect party appitiser!

Madhu said... Reply To This Comment

Easy recipe Priya but must have tasted too good.

sonu said... Reply To This Comment

this looks super crisp and delcious..bookmarked !

Chaitanya said... Reply To This Comment

very yummy and tempting ...
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Hamaree Rasoi said... Reply To This Comment

Pakodas look so crispy and delicious. Great preparation.
Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Vegetarian Zest said... Reply To This Comment

Looks very interesting. I usually end up throwing stake bread. Better use of it.

Mina Joshi said... Reply To This Comment

The pakodas look amazing. I must try it with sweet corn soon.

Elisabeth said... Reply To This Comment

Wow Prya-While it takes me at least 3 days for every post, you just keep popping them out just about every day...LOL,just can't keep up with all the goodies you make, but your sweet corn pakodas look so crunchy and tempting, and does not look difficult to make. Yumm!!!

cooking-with-thas said... Reply To This Comment

I have once had corn fritters made by my friend, loved it. I've been thinking of making it, your recipe sounds so easy and the addition of bread sounds good too.

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said... Reply To This Comment

wow, that looks and sounds yummy, never tried adding corn in vadas :)

Apex Maize said... Reply To This Comment

Wow! Beautiful pictures...Love that sweet corn and Bread Pakoda.
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