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Top 10 Baby Corn Recipes
Last Updated : Mar 21,2018
Top 10 Baby Corn Veg Recipes
Baby corn, once considered a ‘foreign’ veggie, is now available everywhere in India, even in small local vegetable shops. It is available throughout the year, irrespective of season. As a result, baby corn is now used not only in continental recipes, but also in desi recipes ranging from sabzi to pulaos and pakode.
Baby Corn absorbs flavours
Its delightful appearance, with a light-yellowish colour and slender, long form, combined with a pleasing taste and exciting texture, make it a very popular vegetable amongst young and old alike. It has a neutral flavour, which makes it fit into any dish along with any other ingredients. It can absorb flavours reasonably well, and tastes especially good if marinated for a few minutes with salt and spices. Nice and tender baby corn also cooks very fast, which makes it an apt addition to quick dishes like noodles and stir-fries. You can make exciting dishes with baby corn, ranging from snacks and starters to subzis.
Enjoy your Pizza with Cheesy Zucchini and Baby Corn Pizza and pasta with Fusilli with Baby Corn and Walnuts or Broccoli and Baby Corn Noodles for an Italian spread using Baby corn. On cold days have a piping hot Spinach and Baby Corn Soup Or How To Make Palak Baby Corn Soup Recipe with Garlic Bread. For an Indian option we suggest you have Palak Baby Corn Subzi and Baby Corn Paneer Jalfrazie with Tandoori Roti. For kids, one Tiffin option is Baby Corn and Capsicum Rice ( Tiffin Treats). This article introduces you to 10 such tasty treats, opening the doors to discovering 290 recipes at Baby Corn Recipes
Top 10 Baby Corn Recipes
The addition of crunchy baby corn and creamy soft paneer enhance the flavours and provide an interesting new twist to the recipe of Salan. The sweet and spicy flavours marry to make a very filling and tasty main dish that requires only rotis or parathas alongside.
Long grains of rice interspersed with colourful and chunky veggies, and lusciously flavoured with coconut milk and red curry paste. The ultimate touch to the Baby Corn and Mushroom Curry Rice is the addition of lemon rind and basil leaves, whose aroma is indelibly locked in by cooking the rice wrapped in a banana leaf.
Very easy to prepare compared to other kebabs
but worthy of serving on the same platter, Baby Corn Fritters are a really mouth-watering preparation of crisp, tender baby corn coated with a flavourful batter before deep-frying.
The innate texture of baby corn by itself is enough to make these fritters a great hit, but with the cooperation of a tangy batter enhanced with spice powders and curds, it really rises to a much higher plane of culinary excellence. Serve it fresh and crisp with chilli-garlic sauce for a really exciting experience.
Round up the excitement with a main course of Vegetables and Noodles in A Creamy Sauce
, Burnt Garlic Fried Rice
and Kung Pao Vegetables
and end on sweet note with Honey Noodles with Vanilla Ice Cream
The Baby Corn and Capsicum Rice is so colourful that kids will immediately yearn to dig their spoons into the tiffin box when they see it! Not only is it visually appealing, but it appeases the appetite too as it contains a wholesome combination of rice and vegetables, flavoured excitingly with tangy tomato ketchup. This tiffin treat is very kid-friendly as it uses just a dash of pepper and chilli powder for spice, rather than chunks of ginger or green chillies that could bring tears to the young ones’ eyes! This lovely rice dish stays good for 4 to 5 hours, and can be carried for lunch by both kids and adults!
Treat your taste buds to an exciting mélange of flavours and textures brought about by the interplay of succulent paneer, juicy baby corn and colourful capsicums with a traditional jalfrazie gravy.
The gravy itself is a true tongue-tickler, featuring tomato in myriad tasty forms ranging from puree to ketchup along with peppy spice powders.
You will enjoy the crispy and flavourful bites of spring onions, cooked along with the veggies and thrown in as a garnish too.
Despite the large assortment of ingredients used, you will find that the Baby Corn Paneer Jalfrazie is delightfully easy to prepare.
Serve with your favourite Rotis / Puris / Parathas
This is a low cal version of palak paneer in which I have used baby corn instead. Baby corn apart from being low in calories and fat as compared to other vegetables also imparts a crispy texture to the subzi.
Soothing and sumptuous! This Spinach and Baby Corn Soup has a pleasant colour and a rich texture, derived not only from the interplay of spinach and baby corn but also through the addition of milk. Onions, sautéed in butter along with the other ingredients, works well with the nutty taste of spinach and the subtle flavour of baby corn, resulting in a true treat for your palate. As far as possible use freshly milled pepper to garnish your soups and salads, to get the best flavour and aroma.
Happiness often comes in small and simple packages! The Broccoli and Baby Corn Noodles is such an one-dish meal that is sure to satisfy your whole family. Noodles, combined with baby corn, broccoli and other crunchy vegetables is simply flavoured with salt and pepper, and served hot and fresh. Despite its simplicity, every mouthful of the Broccoli and Baby Corn Noodles bursts with flavour thanks to the inclusion of garlic, ginger and several vibrant veggies.
Fusilli is a short twisted pasta from southern Italy usually served with a spicy tomato sauce. Originating from naples, it is also known as "eliche" or "propellers" for its quality of trapping particles of the sauce and "propelling" them to the tongue. This recipe uses fusilli tossed along with baby corn, walnuts with a sprinkling of fresh basil and parsley. An enticing blend of flavours! toss this pasta as close to serving time as possible as it tastes best then.
Zucchini is always a wonderful value-add to pizzas because it has a very unique texture that is crisp, juicy and slightly buttery as well! It tends to lubricate every bite-ful making it more enjoyable and easier to munch on. This particular pizza features a stunning assortment of vegetables like zucchini, baby corn and capsicum combined with a luscious cheese sauce. Chunks of black olives together with a dash of herbs and spices makes the Cheesy Zucchini and Baby Corn Pizza extra special, all set to be savoured by a special someone!
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