Try these delicious corn recipes.
This is a real tongue thriller that isn't oily and is healthy because it's grilled. Can be considered as starter, or snack with tea/coffee.
Recipe by: sumana
This hearty soup tastes really special, yet despite its creamy texture it doesn't contain any cream. Made with cooked chicken and fresh sweetcorn and potatoes, with a garnish of bacon, it's substantial enough for a light lunch, served with crusty bread and followed by salad or fruit.
Recipe by: Azmina Govindji
This is very very simple sabji / dry curry which can be taken with meals. It is healthy and corn lovers might enjoy... they will now be baby corn lovers too after making .. and eating this :-)
Recipe by: sumana
Baby Corn Masala is very yummy and does not require much time to get cooked. The foodies will surely love it...!!
Recipe by: Naresh_Jethani
This is once again a classic Punjabi recipe that is a winner accompanied with sarson ka saag. There is nothing like sarson ka saag with makke ki roti on a cold winter afternoon! It is a little difficult to make but over the years I have finally learnt it! You may get disheartened trying to roll it with a rolling pin but believe me with a little bit of patience and effort anyone can make it!
Recipe by: SavitaJ
This famous bread is great dunked into soups and stews or with just warm butter melted on top. It's healthy, filling and delicious, a real treat from the American heartland.
Recipe by: Norma MacMillan
Sweetcorn is added to the traditional pairing of chicken and onions, to make a hearty, chunky soup for all the family to enjoy.
Recipe by: Brenda Houghton
This is very simple, easy and quick to cook recipe. It takes less than 10 min for whole preparation. These crispy kernels can be served as starter, or snack to munch at tea time.
Recipe by: Rachbaj
Quinoa is available in multiple colors - white, black and red. I have used both white and red and they taste almost the same. The red is prettier. Today I have combined quinoa with asparagus and corn with a simple balsamic dressing to make a very nutritious dish. Before you start cooking quinoa, you need to wash it thoroughly to remove the bitter coating called saponin, which acts as a natural insect repellent. Since grains are tiny, you need to use a fine mesh strainer to wash the quinoa. Most quinoa sold today does not require much washing, but in case you end up with one that does, wash till the water runs clear.
Recipe by: almostveg
Marshmallow and all kinds of candies cooked over low heat, covered with popcorn. Yum!
Recipe by: Nancy Stitham