Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Corn Chat

Learnt From: My friend Sunitha.

Serving for: 2-3 persons


Sweet Corn --- 1 tin (1 ¼ cup)

Onion --- ¾ th of the big one
Carrot --- 1
Tomato --- 1
Coriander leaves --- 10-12 strands
Salt --- as per taste (approx 1 tsp)
Chat Masala --- 1 ½ tsp (adjust)
Lemon --- ½ of the big one


Clean the corn twice with water.
Drain the water fully.
Micro-Wave for 30-40 seconds.

Chop ¾ th of the big onion very small pieces.
Add that to the corn.

Mix well.
Grate a carrot. Add tht to the corn.

Mix well.
Chop a tomato into very small pieces.

Add tht to the corn.
Mix well.
Chop 10-12 strands of coriander leaves.
Add tht to the corn.

Mix well.
Add enough salt and chaat masala.
Mix well.
Add lemon juice and mix well.

Enjoy the taste of corn chat.


  1. Hai sailu dear, u are simply the best, after a long time today i checked ur blog i was so stunned. Yar u r doing a great job, after seeing the new-new recipes i decided , definitely i will try all those recipes. Keep it up Yar.I am waiting for ur next new recipe.My BEST WISHES for u Sailu dear.

  2. Hi Babitha,
    Thank you for your lovely and encouraging words. Really I am pleased by your sweet words. Thank you so much Babitha.

  3. It's a gr8 recipe..For a little twist, you can also add some grated coconut, green chillies, and some nimki or bhujia on top..!!

  4. A small variation. Try replacing chat masala with a pinch or two of garam masala and add finely chopped green chilli.

    Green chilli will provide a "here 'n there" kinda excitement when this mouthwatering recipe is in the mouth!

    Sailaja, thank you so much for this mouthwatering recipe. It gives anyone the best combined taste of tangy tomato, spicy onion and juicy lemon!

  5. Sailaja, Can you tell me where can we get the corn?

  6. Hi,

    First tell me where do you live? So that it would be easy for me to suggest.

    Actually, we are staying in U.S right now and here it is available in tins and packets(frozen).

    If it is not available in tins, you can get corn as a whole (I think this would be available everywhere)(but get the harder ones not soft) and boil them in water till the rawness goes off. But don't overcook. Remove it from water. Let it cool and take the seeds of it gently from it. And use them for this preparation.


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