Bhutte ka kees recipe- Grated corn upma – Easy corn recipes

               I buy corn quite often as my son loves it.I roast the corn directly on fire and coat them with spices and lemon juice and he loves it this way. Sometimes I microwave the corn for a few minutes and then serve it. I have also tried pakode/fritters with corn and posted it before.

               A couple of years ago in India , I used to buy lot of sweet corns and bring back home. They used to sell fresh from the farms near a place I worked. I really miss the farm fresh fruits and vegetables we used to get in India.I remember my mom making a side dish for rice and rotis with the boiled corn kernels. Sometimes , she also used to make this upma kind of dish with the grated corn. It used to taste really delicious . So I have been planning to make this for quite sometime as here corn is readilly available in the supermarket.


  This is also a popular streetfood in Indore. Though the method I have followed here might not be the authentic street food recipe. I have also seen this made in many Maharashtrian and Gujarati homes. I made this for breakfast one day and my hubby really enjoyed this one. My son found it a little hot and spicy as it had green chillies in the paste form as well as red chilly powder. So next time ,  I plan to omit the green chillies. I really loved it and thought it would make a good side dish for phulkas or chapatis too.

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Bhutte ka kees recipe- Grated corn upma - Easy corn recipes Yum
Course breakfast
Cuisine indian
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Course breakfast
Cuisine indian
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Grate the corns.
  2. Heat oil in a pan.
  3. Add the mustard seeds and cumin seeds.
  4. When the seeds sizzle, add hing.
  5. Add ginger garlic green chilly paste and the chopped onions.
  6. Saute till the onions turn translucent.
  7. Add the grated corn.
  8. Add the turmeric powder,red chilly powder,and salt.
  9. Mix well and stir for 2-3 minutes.
  10. Add the besan flour and mix well.
  11. Pour the milk and add the sugar.
  12. Stir and cook till the mixture thickens well and almost semi dry.
  13. Squeeze in the lemon juice and mix.
  14. Garnish with coriander.
Recipe Notes

 You can have this as a snack or for your breakfast.

I would love it as a side dish for my rotis/phulkas also.

Notes -

1. You can add curry leaves while tempering.

2. You can also garnish with grated coconut and roasted cashewnuts.

3. You can add cloves and fennel seeds for more flavour.

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One Comment

  1. This is new to me, but sounds really good, Sowmya.

     

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