Corn-in-a-cob is among my favourite veggies that appears frequently on my grocery shopping list. It’s inexpensive and a versatile ingredient to be added for cooking. I love the extra natural sweetness and colour it brings to my dishes. Besides that, corn (or sweetcorns) is packed with wonderful nutrients like thiamin (vitamin B1), pantothenic acid (vitamin B5), folate, dietary fiber, vitamin C, phosphorus and manganese. It is also rich in beta-carotene (a good source of Vitamin A) to protect your child’s body from disease.

Corn is high on fiber so it is not an ideal first puree for babies whose digestive system is still immature. However, for toddlers and older kids,  it makes great finger food.

Sweet Corns : 1 cup
Chopped Boiled Potato : 1 no.
Chopped Onion : 1 no.
Chopped Green Chillies : 2 nos.

Chopped Ginger : 1 tsp.
Garlic : 1 – 2 cloves
Chaat Masala : 1 tsp.
All Grounded Spices : 1 tsp.
Cumin powder : 1 tsp.
Bread Crumbs : 1 tbsp.
All Purpose Flour : 1 tbsp
Cashew Nuts : 5 -6 nos.
Water : as required
Salt : to taste
Black Pepper Powder : to taste
Lemon Juice : 1 tsp
Bread Crumbs : as required
All purpose Flour : as required
Sliced Onion : 1 no.
Red Chilli Powder : as required
Lemon Juice : ½ tsp
For Garnish:
Onion Salad
Mint Chutney
Lemon Wedge


  • In a blender, add sweet corns, chopped boiled potato, onion, green chillies, ginger, garlic cloves, chaat masala, all grounded spices, cumin powder, bread crumbs, all purpose flour, cashew
  • Remove corn mixture into the bowl.
  • In a pan, heat oil.
  • Make the balls out the corn mixture.
  • Coat the balls with bread crumbs & all purpose flour.
  • Shape the balls as patties.
  • Deep fry the patties.
  • Slice the onion & then sprinkle red chilli powder & lemon juice on it & mix.
  • Garnish with onion salad, mint chutney & lemon wedge.
  • Your Bhutta Kebab is ready.

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