Baby Corn Cashew Kebab

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For the second day of cooking Kebabs for BM#67, I have a Kebab made with Baby Corn and Cashews. My kids love Baby Corn Pakoda and we frequently keep making it. So as I kebab I was sure it was going to be a hit. They enjoyed it more as a sandwich with bread. The crunch the cashews gave was a nice twist.
This makes a great evening snack for kids and we made sure we didn’t deep fry. However, I am sure it tastes out of the world if so. Though I am not averse to deep frying and do it whenever I have to, I think I want to avoid piling up on the used oil. Since reuse of oil has to be avoided deep frying too frequently gets you in a spot. 
I always think shallow fry does the same job and most times I pan fry it too. Since I mostly end up making a sandwich too, it doesn’t really matter much.
Enjoy your Kabab with a cup of coffee!

I am quite fussy about what a Bajji is or a pakoda is, so I have a Baby Corn Bajji and a Baby Corn Pakora as well!

Baby Corn Cashew Kebab

Ingredients Needed:

Baby Corn – 2 cups
Potato boiled and grated – 1/2 cup
Cashews – 10 whole
Green chilli chopped – 2 medium
Ginger – 2 tsp chopped
Garam Masala – 1/2 tsp
Cumin – 1/2 tsp
Amchur powder – 1/2 tsp
Salt to taste
Cooking oil – about 1 to 2 tsp for each

How to make Sweet Corn Kebab

Remove the husk and chop the baby corn into a half. MW for 5 mins and mash well.

Similarly, MW potato for 4 mins, peel and mash well.

Chop Cashews into tiny pieces and keep it aside.

Add all the ingredients to a bowl and mix well. The mix should stay together as a ball. Adjust the seasoning.

Divide into equal balls. Flatten into a 2 inch disc.

Heat a nonstick pan and grease with oil. Shallow fry the Kebabs over medium heat until crisp golden color.

Serve with mint chutney or tomato ketchup

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Baby Corn Cashew Kebab

Author Srivalli
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  1. Valli, I agree with you on reusing deep fried oil. That is one of the reasons I avoid deep frying and second, even if I want to discard it, it is such a hassle. I can't put it in the drain and have to go through a lot of trouble to put it in trash. Anyway, baby corn kababs look great. And like the fact that it can be used as a pattie for sandwich.

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