Crispy Corn Kernelsby Anjana Chaturvedi

Crispy Corn Kernelsby Anjana Chaturvedi
  • Crispy Corn Kernels | How To Make Crispy Corn Kernels (193 likes)

  • By Anjana Chaturvedi|
    Last updated on Feb 21st

How To Make Crispy Corn Kernels

Crispy fried corn kernals

  • Prep Time0mins
  • Cook Time10mins
  • Serves2People

Ingredients to make Crispy Corn Kernels

  • 1 cup corn niblets/kernels
  • 2.5 tbsp Rice flour /chawal ka atta
  • 2 tbsp corn flour
  • 1/3 tsp Pepper powder/kali mirch
  • To Stir fry -
  • 2.5 tbsp capsicum finely chopped
  • 2.5 tbsp Fresh coriander/hara dhaniya chopped
  • 1 tsp Green chillies/hari mirch chopped
  • 1 tsp soya sauce
  • 1.5 tsp vinegar
  • A pinch of Pepper powder/kali mirch

Steps to make Crispy Corn Kernels

  1. Drain the water from the tinned corn. Take a bowl and add in the corn niblets along with salt, pepper powder and mix it well.
  2. Sprinkle rice flour and corn flour over it and mix again (no need to add water). Let it rest for a minute.
  3. Heat enough oil to deep fry in a deep and wide pan. Add a handful of corn in the hot oil.
  4. Stir once and fry, once it starts crackling then cover the pan partially. When the corn becomes crisp it will start to float on the pan.
  5. Once they are done remove it from the pan. Drain on a napkin paper to remove and absorb the extra oil.
  6. Heat a tsp of oil in a pan. Add in chopped green chilies and capsicum and stir fry for few seconds. Add in the fresh coriander, soy sauce, vinegar, pinch of pepper powder and mix.
  7. Now add in the fried corn and mix properly. Serve immediately and enjoy.
My Tip: No need to boil the corn,just wash and use
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    Prerna Arora a month ago

    Thank u for clearing the doubts

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    Anjana Chaturvedi a month ago

    You can use fresh,tinned or frozen corn and replace rice flour with a mix of refined flour and corn flour

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    Anjana Chaturvedi a month ago

    It can be made without capsicum and yes you can omit soya sauce just use lemon juice and pepper powder

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    Anjana Chaturvedi a month ago

    No need to boil the corn kernels,just wash and use

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    Prerna Arora a month ago

    Thank u so much for the recipe. But I also have the same question. How do we treat the frozen corns? Do we thaw them, do they also float once they are crispy???

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    Manisha Shukla 7 months ago

    yes, you can omit capsicum. you can add spring onions , potato , carrot . And for sour taste lemon juice or if it suits you than aamchur powder

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    Rewa Chadha 7 months ago

    Hello evrybdy. I am waiting for the response regarding my query mentioned below. If anybody has a solution for it, please let me know.

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    Rewa Chadha 7 months ago

    can this recipe be made without capsicum and soya sauce. what can be the substitute of capsicum as it causes burps.

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    Manisha Shukla 8 months ago

    it looks yummy. but can't we avoid frying ?

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    Kuldeep Kaur Rattan 8 months ago

    can we use fresh corn instead of tinned one.

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    Arunima Gupta 8 months ago

    hi can we replace rice flour with some other ingredient..

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    Neelam Sharma 8 months ago

    :ok_hand:

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    Yasmin Bharmal 8 months ago

    can we use fresh corn? do we have to boil them first before frying?

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    Anandini Rajput 9 months ago

    If corns r frozen, then first to boil thm or use directly

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    Medha Nadgouda 10 months ago

    a good starter

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    Pranjal Hasani a year ago

    was yammy

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    Kota Sonali a year ago

    so nice

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    manju sethi a year ago

    very easy

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    Pranjal Hasani a year ago

    very easy and testy

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    Archana Potdar 2 years ago

    Mmmm! This I have had at a restaurant but was never able to duplicate. Thanks will try out.

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