Baby Corn Manchurian



Babycorn Manchuria

If you are a fan of Indo Chinese fusion cuisine, you’ll love this appetizer recipe that is well loved by many us Indians. The Gobi Manchurian recipe I blogged last year was well received by many of you and I am quite certain that you will impress your family and guests with Baby Corn Manchurian too. :)

Baby Corn Manchurian Recipe

Prep & Cooking Time: 40 mts

Serves 4-5 persons

Cuisine: Indo-Chinese

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Ingredients:

15-16 baby corn, each cut diagonally into two

1 1/2 tbsps maida/all-purpose flour

1 tbsp cornflour

1 tsp rice flour (optional)

1 tsp ginger-garlic-green chilli paste

few tbsps water

salt to taste

For sauce:

1/4 cup spring onions, finely chopped,

1 capsicum, finely sliced

1/2 tbsp finely minced garlic

1/2 tsp finely minced ginger

1-2 finely chopped green chillis

1/2 tsp red chilli pwd (preferably Kashmiri)

1 tsp soya sauce

1 tsp chilli sauce

1 1/2 tsps vinegar

2 tbsps tomato sauce

1/2 tsp brown sugar (optional)

salt as required

1 1/2 tbsps sesame oil

1 tbsp finely chopped coriander leaves

1 Heat oil for deep frying in a heavy bottomed vessel.
2 In a bowl, combine maida, cornflour, rice flour, salt, ginger-garlic-green chilli paste and water to make a thick paste. Dip the washed and drained baby corns into the batter such that its well coated. Place each piece that is well coated with the batter into the hot oil. Reduce flame and deep fry till the baby corn is almost cooked. Increase the flame towards the end of the cooking process and fry the baby corn till it turns golden brown. Remove onto absorbent paper and keep aside.
3 Heat oil in a large wok and once the oil is piping hot, add the chopped garlic and stir fry for a few seconds. Add the green chillis and ginger and stir fry on high for a few seconds.
4 Add the whites of spring onions and stir fry on high for 3-4 mts, constantly tossing them. Add the sliced capsicum and stir fry for another 3 mts. They should retain their crunch.
5 Reduce to medium heat and add the brown sugar, soya sauce, tomato ketchup, chilli sauce and vinegar. Combine well and cook for 2 mts. Add 3 tbsps of water and cook for 2 mts.
6 Add the deep fried baby corn and combine. Toss on high flame for 1-2 mts. Turn off heat. Garnish with the chopped spring onion greens and coriander leaves.

Baby Corn Manchurian

Baby Corn Manchurian

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  • Serves: 4

Main Ingredients:

  1. baby corn

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If you are a fan of Indo Chinese fusion cuisine, you’ll love this appetizer recipe that is well loved by many Indians. The Gobi Manchurian recipe, I blogged last year was well received by many of you and I am quite certain that you will impress your family and guests with Baby Corn Manchurian too.

Sailu

I'm a food blogger, food photographer and organic gardener based out of India. I enjoy cooking for my family using fresh produce from my vegetable garden and farmer's market. I love to try out various cuisines and perfect my cooking skills. I believe that hard work, self-discipline, and a positive attitude cannot help but reap a harvest of fantastic results. Say hello and join me on Pinterest, Google Plus, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

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47 Responses

  1. Sanjeeta kk says:

    Must try this. I always make cauliflower Manchurian. This might be a good change.

    • sirisha says:

      Hi Sailu.Ur dishes r awesome.Please post Apollo fish recipe(I ate ii in Hyderabad Paradise Hotel.Really a Mouth Watering dish).

  2. Shobha says:

    Mouth-watering dish…feel like eating it right away.

  3. sangeetha says:

    great recipes….
    will try it for sure

  4. swarna says:

    sooooooooooo yummy!!

  5. kanthi says:

    lovely dish, sailu. i did it with left over idlis, idli manchurian. I didnt add spring onions etc.

  6. sunitha says:

    Hi sailu garu,
    You r doing a fab job.
    This is a great recipe. I am making this recipe since three years and always turns out very good. U can also try babycorn pepper dry masala, just add more black pepper powder. Tastes yummy.

  7. Sharmilee says:

    My next post is the same…looks yummy. I luv it!

  8. Ram says:

    A small correction is needed in the description.
    You put in baby corn into the hot oil and it changes to gobi in the next sentence. :-)

    The recipe sounds and looks awesome.

    Love your site

    Ram

  9. kalva says:

    yummoo!!!!!! love baby corn any which way!

  10. Looks very very tempting & delicious… Loved the capture that delivers this taste to us visually….. Kudos!!!!

    Ash….

  11. prasanti says:

    wow!!!….this looks amazing…. , i need to buy some babycorn’s and make this…thanks for posting !!:)

  12. Swapna says:

    Very tempting Sailu garu….
    We do not get fresh baby corns here; can I follow the recipe for Cauliflower manchurian?

  13. Anjani says:

    Or you could just go to Inchin bamboo garden, just like us

    • Anjani says:

      Just kidding.. I am Sorry..
      Your food and recipes are simply amazing. Sailu’s food rocks!
      This is one of the sites I check every single day.

      Waiting for Chicken’65 recipe.

  14. Rupa says:

    Hello Sailu,

    Nice recipe.. Can we use canned baby corn?

    Please let me know.

  15. geetha says:

    Hi sailu…….thxs 4r posting da recipe………. m eagerly waiting 4r dis…..m searching fresh baby corn in stores…….but didnt get it……can u tell me wh can i get babycorn in american stores………….i ‘ll wait 4r u reply…….

  16. Latha says:

    Hi Sailu,

    yes indeed a wonderful recipe. first time i got manchurian with crisp corn and perfect balance of taste in the gravy. and it’s not laborious to prepare as well..

  17. leela says:

    i like it very much. please post more vegetable recipes. thank u bye

  18. Rima says:

    Hi

    I tried this but when I fried baby corn in oil (after coating as mentioned), the batter formed as jelly, I mean the coat didn’t stick to baby corn..did I miss anything…and yeah, it always happens with me when ever I add corn flour to my dishes, not sure what goes wrong..

  19. kavita says:

    Hi

    I tried this simple and delicious manchurian. It was awesome. Even my 6 yr. old daughter loved it and kept on asking for more as baby corn is her favorite.

    Thanks for sharing this recipe.

  20. lavanya says:

    Hi
    i tried this babycorn manchurian. it was awesome. my children loved it. can u tell me the recipe of mixed veg manchurian. thanks for this recipe.

  21. guruprasd B S says:

    i tried babycorn manchurain. it was very good

  22. Laxman says:

    Hi Sailu,

    This is really very nice dish, we are trying today and will let you know later today. :) Hope we will succeed.

  23. Sudha Venkataswamy says:

    Sounds very good. Going to try tomorrow.

  24. Vijaykumar Sadhu says:

    I tried today babycorn manchurian receipe which is mentioned above
    it came so nice and delicious
    we like it
    thanks for providing the receipe

  25. Sabnam Patro says:

    hi…
    I am going to start cooking as it is sunday. Today this is the special dish at my home.

  26. Sabnam Patro says:

    hi…
    I am going to start cooking as it is sunday. Today this is the special dish at my home.

  27. Sabnam Patro says:

    hi…
    I am going to start cooking as it is sunday. Today this is the special dish at my home.

  28. Lolly me just ordered it flom me niegbahood restaulent an it tastes amazing enough to motivate me to try it out at home, :} , Vj-

  29. Lolly me just ordered it flom me niegbahood restaulent an it tastes amazing enough to motivate me to try it out at home, :} , Vj-

  30. Swetha says:

    HI,
    I tried this recipe and it came out very well. thanks a lot Sailu, for the recipe. I had been searching for this for quite sometime now. Its very simple and easy and quick dish to prepare and tastes yum.

  31. nandini deb says:

    Hi, I tried this babycorn manchurian recipe at home. N it was awesome. Thanks for this delicious recipe

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