Moonsoon is incomplete without eating Corn. Masala Corn Chaat is a warm, spicy, tangy, and savory chaat recipe made using boiled sweetcorn, onion, tomatoes, few spices and topped with grated cheese and Sev. The addition of Schezwan sauce add a new twist to this recipe.
When its raining outside what can be better than eating snacks filled with the burst of taste and health benefits. This super easy recipe comes together in under 20 minutes and is kids friendly.
Health benefits of Corn
- Corn is rich in vitamins A, E and B which means that regular consumption of corn can prevent the occurrence of anemia.
- Rich in fiber and is good source of protein.
- It provides essential minerals and contains contains many antioxidants which keeps skin healthy.
So what you guys are waiting for? Monsoon is already here and you just need quick, easy, flavorful snack recipe to spend some quality time with your family.
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Preparation Time: 10min ∏ Cooking Time: 5min ∏ Servings: 2 persons
Level: Beginners (Easy) ∏ Measurement: 1 Cup ≡ 250 ml ≡ 250gm
For Cooking Corn
How to make Masala Corn Chaat:
Step1: Remove the husks of the corn and clean the stalk’s tassels. Break them in parts are per your convenience. Boil around 2 cups of water in a large pan. Then add the corn and let them boil for around 5 minutes or until the sweet corn kernels have softened.
Step2: Once the corn kernels are cooked and softened remove them from the pan/steamer and place them on a plate to cool down a bit. Then remove the corn kernels with a knife or fingers. (Tip: To remove corn kernels easily, first just remove on row. Then remove the other kernels by pressing left to right (horizontally) you will find that it to easy and fast way to remove the kernels.)
Step3: Remove all the kernels in the same way. Make sure that the corn kernels are not cooled down completely. Skip this step if you have used corn kernels.
Step4: Transfer corn kernels to a mixing bowl. Add finely chopped onion, tomato, green chili, and fresh coriander leaves.
Step5: Now add 1 teaspoon Schezwan sauce, 1/4 teaspoon red chili powder, 1 teaspoon chaat masala powder, 1/2 teaspoon butter. Sprinkle some salt and pepper as per taste.
Step6: Add lemon juice and mix everything well. Taste and adjust the spices as per the taste.
Step7: Garnish with some grated cheese and sev.
- Try to serve Chaat immediately and top it with more cheese, sev, lemon juice and coriander leaves if required.
- While boiling corn make sure it’s cooked properly and is soft.
- Instead of fresh corn, you may also use tinned corn kernels. However fresh corn tastes best.