Tuesday, December 3, 2013

CORN CHEESE BALLS RECIPE | PARTY SNACKS RECIPES

Corn cheese balls
Corn and cheese a wonderful combo , which i never knew until i have tasted this last year in Cream centre Chennai. After that i wanted to try it at home but some how forgot. Few weeks back i got two requests from readers to post the recipe of Corn cheese balls i suddenly remembered this and made it at home last week and it turned out super perfect. Though i made it in the noon, when the kids came in the evening it was not soggy and they enjoyed it very much. Without boring you much  let me move on the recipe of how to make corn cheese balls.


PREPARATION TIME: 15 MINUTES. COOKING TIME:20 MINUTES.MAKES: 10 BALLS
INGREDIENTS:
CORN (I USED FROZEN) 1 CUP
ALL PURPOSE FLOUR 3 TBLSP
GREEN CHILLI 1
RED CHILLI POWDER 1/2 TSP
MILK 1/4 CUP
CHEESE(I USED MOZZARELLA) 6-7 TBLSP
OIL FOR DEEP FRYING
SALT AS NEEDED
BREAD CRUMBS AS NEEDED
Corn- cheese- balls


METHOD:
  • Boil the frozen corn for 5 minutes in water and completely drain the water. If using fresh corn pressure cook it and take out the kernels.
  • Pat the corn with a kitchen towel to take out the extra moisture.
  • Just pulse the corn in the mixer once. do not make it a paste.
drained pulsed
  • In a wide bowl add the mashed corn, cheese,maida |all purpose flour finely chopped green chilli, red chilli powder, and salt.
  • Mix well to get the spices mix evenly.
corn mixture corn+maida+cheese+spices
  • Make this mixture into small balls and keep it in a plate.
  • Take milk in a small bowl. Keep the bread crumbs in a wide plate.
  • Dip the balls in milk.
corn cheese balls dipped in milk
  • Immediately roll them onto the bread crumbs nicely. Repeat this for all the balls.
dipped in bread crumbs ready for frying
  • when done cover this with a cling wrap and keep it in the refrigerator for 30 minutes.
  • Heat the oil for deep frying. when hot, bring it to medium flame.
  • slowly place the balls one by one and deep fry them till golden brown.
  • Drain excess oil in kitchen towel.
frying corn-cheese balls
  • Repeat the same procedure for the rest of the balls.
  • Crispy corn cheese balls are ready. Enjoy with hot cup of tea.
  cheese balls        NOTE:
  • I added just 3 tblsp of cheese as i don’t want to add more. But my kids complained that i must have added more cheese !!
  • Always ensure the water in the corn is moist free before making balls.
  • You can make this in the morning  and keep it in the refrigerator and can fry just before serving.
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41 comments:

  1. it was damm good in Cream center .. one of our favorite order .. loved it .

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  2. so creamy and perfect snack for the kids

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  3. so yum... love the combo with cheese...

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  4. cheese corn looks very yumm.

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  5. Lovely.I too have in archive.It tastes great !

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  6. Lovely balls and clicks are stunning !

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  7. Looks so inviting...corn and cheese is really a heavenly combi..my kids love it

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  8. Can I use Maidha/Rice flour in place of All purpose flour? Instead of cling wrap can I put it in a air tight container & refrigirate it?

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    1. All purpose flour and maida are same. Rice flour i never tried though. You can put in a box but ensure that they won't stick to each other too much. A wide box is fine

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    2. Thanks for your reply mam. I tried the very next day, I added rice flour and it came so well. I still doubt if the inner layer will be sticky even after deep frying ? Or you suspect anything wrong in my way of cooking it.

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  9. Looks fantastic & delicious .. nice clicks..

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  10. Lovely and delightful looking combination of cheese and corn balls. This snack must have been a runaway hit.
    Deepa

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  11. looks very inviting Jey! and true corn and cheese made in heaven

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  12. Kids will surely love it. nice one

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  13. u just forgot to tell wen to add maida...

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    1. Thanks for mentioning. Just added

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  15. Perfect combo....corn and cheese. I tried your mushroom pulao....was fantastic. Glad to follow you and will be happy if you follow me back as well

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  16. Looks really yummy, corn and cheese is an awesome combo.

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  17. yumm love the cheese corn a lot lovely shot too.NIce jeyashri

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  18. Corn cheese balls looks so delicious.. Perfect as starter for Party..

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  20. Thanks for posting dis recipe jeyashri.. i had dis in chill n grill... i was searching dis recipe for long time...Yours look the same..Bookmarked :) will make a try soon...the bread crumps u used is home made or packed one?

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  21. Will the mixture be sticky while making the balls or am I wrong somewhere?

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    1. If you feel the mixture is sticky add little maida. It will turn perfect

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  22. can breadcrumbs be replaced with rawa?

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    1. I have never tried rava, but you can try, else you can use coarsely powdered cornflakes too.

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  23. where do we get ready made bread crumbs in Singapore ?

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    1. We get in fairprice priya. It's quite cheaper too.

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  24. Looks tempting enough for me to try this out today. Have you tried this in appe pan/appam pan?

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    1. Hi Lalitha, I have never tried in appe pan, but i am sure how long will it take to get cooked in appe pan.

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  25. It's a brilliant recipe... Thanks...it works really well...

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  26. Did u use sweet Corn or unsweetened ones?

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    1. I used the frozen corns. i have mentioned this in the post too

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  27. How can i make bread crumbs? Is it regular toast crumbled?

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    1. I used store bought crumbs but you can toast and crumble it in a food processor

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  28. I have eaten the same dish in vepery, Chennai. Instead of bread crumbs they are using bread. Bread is soaked in water and taken up immediately and it acts as a cover to the cheese ball. How this is possible.

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    1. Yes they dip the bread in water and immediately take it out and gently squeeze it the excess water. Fill the stuffing and cover it and fry. Thus the bread acts as a cover and forms a crispy outer layer.

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  29. Yummy snack recipe, came out super perfect in airfrier too.thnx for such delicious recipe..

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