|by Tarla Dalal|
DESCRIPTION The very sight of corn triggers the gastronomic juices. Bhutta is certainly a welcome treat at any time of the day.
1 - 10 of 50 for fried corn on cob
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Place frozen corn in deep fryer basket and slowly lower into hot oil. Cook until golden brown.
Put the grease on to get hot for deep frying. Take frozen corn, run water ... brown on all sides. Serve while hot or it will be soggy when it gets cold.
Heat the oil ... shallow bowl. Place corn into buttermilk mixture ... coating well. Place on a rack to ... golden brown. Drain on absorbent paper. Serve warm.
Dip ears of corn into batter. Fry corn in deep fat. Drain on paper towels and ... Ears of corn have been cleaned and silked. Break ears into two pieces.
Beat eggs and ... well. Stir in corn and salt. Just ... oil and fry on both sides just ... Drain on paper towels and serve immediately. Makes 14 fritters.
Cut corn from cob, scraping juice ... teaspoons of batter into hot oil. Cook until brown, turning once. Serve hot, plain or with syrup. Makes about 2 dozen.
Combine first four ... aside. Combine eggs, corn, milk, and ... into oil heated to 375 degrees; cook fritters until golden, turning once. Makes 3 dozen.
Preheat oil in ... bowl, combine the corn meal mix, flour ... golden brown. Drain on absorbent paper. Makes ... small fritters or 18 medium size fritters.
Fry bacon in ... until tender. Stir in corn, and cook over medium heat 8 to 10 minutes, stirring frequently. Stir in salt. Top with bacon. Yield: 4 servings.
May add other ingredients such as cashews, asparagus, fresh green beans, etc. Optional: 1 small chili pepper, chopped fine. Wash, cut and steam ...
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