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It’s time for Blog hop, a monthly event hosted by Radhika of Tickling palates….For this month I am paired with Kamalika of  http://janakipattiskitchen.blogspot.com…..kamalika has a beautiful blog with a lot of wonderful recipes….I chose to make this Corn and cheese balls from her collection…I have tweaked the recipe a bit….I made this snack once from http://peepinmykitchen.blogspot.com and everyone in the family just loved it…Since then I have been making these according to the same recipe…..So here is the recipe

All you need is

  • Corn-1 cup ( frozen or fresh )
  • Paneer Indian cottage cheese-100 gm ( If paneer is not available, you can use boiled potato )
  • Cheddar cheese-34 cup
  • Corn flour-2 tbsp
  • All purpose flour-14 cup
  • Salt to taste
  • Sugar-12 tsp
  • Green chili-1 ( chopped )
  • Green coriander-2 tbsp( chopped )
  • Baking powder-12 tsp
  • Milk-14 cup
  • Bread crumbs
  • Oil for frying

Method of preparation

Boil corn in little water till it is soft
Drain the water and coarsely grind in a grinder
Grate the Paneer  or Potato
In a bowl, mix together corn, paneer, cheese, corn flour, all purpose flour, salt, sugar, green chili, green coriander and baking powder
Make 13-15 balls from the mixture
Refrigerate for 10-15 minutes
Take out from the refrigerator
Dip the balls in milk and then in bread crumbs , so that they are coated with crumbs
Refrigerate again for 10-15 minutes
Heat oil in pan
Take the balls out of the refrigerator and let then sit on the counter for at least 2-3 minutes before frying
When the oil becomes very hot, Turn the heat to medium and fry the balls till golden brown
Take care not to fry the balls at a very high heat , other wise they will turn black
Serve hot with tomato ketchup

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53 thoughts on “Corn and Cheese balls

  1. Goodness Neha, all the pics are simply perfect and so loveable. That crunchy coating over the balls and the herbs added inside are great. My kind of savoury fried snack!!!!

  2. crunchy snack apt for weekend television.. very pretty pics.. happy to follow you, do stop by mine @ noelcollections.blogspot.com

  3. No tardaré en copiarte estas bolitas.Nos encanta el maíz y lo utilizo en un sinfín de preparaciones.
    Tienes un blog hermoso,te felicito.

    Un saludo

  4. Hi, mouth watering ! I am going to try this.. One Q though – Can I make these with grated Parmesan cheese instead of cheddar . Hope you reply soon, thanks ! :)
    Sudha

  5. These look like some Conch Fritters that I had at Harpoon Harry’s in Punta Gorda, FL. They look delicious.

    Your site is fabulous. Thanks for sharing your delicious food with us.

    Jeff

  6. I tried these yummy Cheese and corn balls… they are just toooo delicious. They have become my all time party starters. Thanks a lot for sharing this recipe.

  7. Dear Neha…thank you for this fabulous recipe. Tried them yesterday and they were delightfully soft and gooey on the inside yet crisp on the outside. Pure cheesy goodness.

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