Sweet Corn Paratha

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Number of Parathas: 7-8

How long it takes: 45 minutes

Corn is so popular these days that it is available in most of the little vegetable shops as well. As a common timepass snack, you can just roast it and then spread some chili powder, salt and a splash of lemon juice all over. That apart though we also prepare variety of items like the Corn cutlet, Usli, Corn stir fry and now coming to what I am putting up today – Corn Parathas ! I have made these a couple of times and those who tried them, well, liked them 🙂 So here is a chance for you to try if you are itching to make some new parathas.

What you need to have:

1. Corn Kernels – 1 Cup

2.  Green chilly – 2-3

3. Ginger – 1 ” piece

                                                                                                                                   Fresh Sweet Corn

     Ingredients of Stuffing

Other ingredients of seasoning & stuffing:

1. Potato boiled – 1 (medium)

2. Chopped Onion – 1/2 Cup

3. Cumin seeds – 1/2 Teaspoon

4. Turmeric powder – 1/2 Teaspoon

5. Cilantro chopped – A handful

6. Lemon juice – 1 Teaspoon

7. Salt – To taste

What you do with with what you have:

1. Peal and separate the kernels and keep aside as shown in image 2. Grind it with green chilly, ginger and cumin seeds in the mixer to a medium coarse consistency without adding water but adding a little salt.

                                                                                                                                                                                      

2. Place a skillet with 2-3 Teaspoons of cooking oil in it on low/medium flame. When heated, add chopped onions and a little salt and fry it till transparent.

Chopped Onions frying

3. When done add turmeric powder and also add grind kernel mixture from step 2 to it and stir well at regular intervals till it thickens and does not burn. In the mean time cook potato in the cooker as usual till soft and allow it to cool. On cooling, peal it and grate and  keep it aside.

Grind Kernel mixture being cooked in the seasoning

4. When cooked add grated potato from step 3 to it and also add chopped cilantro  and stir it. Switch off the flame and squeeze lemon juice to it. Check for salt.

Grated potato & cilantro being added

5. On cooling, make round balls with the stuffing and is as shown in the image below.

Stuffing being shaped into round balls

Ingredients of the outer dough:

1. Wheat Atta – 1 and 1/2 Cups

2. Cooking oil -4 Teaspoons

3.  Salt – As per taste

         

                                                                                                                                                                                   Ingredients of the outer dough

6. Sieve, salt and add required quantity of water to make a paliable  soft dough. Pinch out round balls  from the dough and roll it into small discs. Place the round balls of the stuffing from step 5 into it and join the edges so that the stuffing does not come out.

Pinched out ball & the stuffing placed

7. Dust the stuffed ball in atta and roll it to the required thickness  on a thick plastic sheet.

Rolled Sweet corn paratha

8. Place a skillet on medium flame. On heating splash a dollop of ghee/butter or cooking oil on it and place the rolled paratha on it  and fry it till done.

Paratha being roasted

9. Flip and spalshing butter /oil fry on the reverse too.

Paratha being roasted on the reverse

10.  Enjoy hot either with Tomato sauce or even with Amul butter & chutney powder.

Sweet corn Paratha with Tomato sauce

Good to remember:

1. Corn kernels should be tender enough and also fresh.

2. One can even use any other powders of her choice.  I have not used any to get the flavour of kernels.

3. Use always American sweet corn for the dish.

4. Using Potato to get the right texture for the stuffing.

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8 thoughts on “Sweet Corn Paratha

    radha said:
    April 13, 2012 at 2:10 pm

    A new recipe. Good one.

      prathibalrao responded:
      April 14, 2012 at 8:32 am

      Hi Radha,

      Do try out the recipe and send me the feed back please.

    ritu & preethi said:
    June 3, 2012 at 9:26 pm

    thank you for the recipe

    Radha said:
    August 21, 2012 at 1:20 pm

    easy and tasty recipe….my child enjoyed the yummy parantha’s …thank u

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    julietttt said:
    May 20, 2015 at 6:50 pm

    Tried to make this and it was too sweet and raw for my taste. Made Tikki with the filling and it tasted better than the paratha.

      prathibalrao responded:
      May 20, 2015 at 8:14 pm

      Hi Juliettt,

      Probably the chili was not spicy i think. Actually it tasted just right to my pallot and hence i put it up. One can always change the spicyness as required!!!

    mariyam said:
    October 5, 2015 at 9:05 pm

    Thanks a lot for this recipe.. I liked it without lemon juice. The flavor of ginger was very amazing..

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