Sunday, 12 August 2018

Mint Sweet Corn Balls/Pudhina Sweet Corn Kola Urundai

Kola urundai, this deep fried balls are usually prepared with minced meat, but am trying to replicate those meat loaded balls with different vegetables. I have already tried couple of versions of this popular meat loaded kola urundais. Since these deep fried balls are my kid's favourite, i dont forget to make them once a while eventhough am keeping myself away from deepfrying. I have created few of my own kola urundais with varieties of vegetables and ingredients as these balls are just prefect to feed kids easily with vegetables. Though these balls are usually deep fried even you can prepare them as no deep fried balls just by cooking them through paniyaram pan.
Here comes few of own versions of Kola urundais:
1)Soya Chunks Kola Urundai
2)No deep fry Chickpeas kola urundai
3)Broccoli Kola urundai
4)Soya Kheema Cashew Nut Kola Urundai
5)Mushroom Spinach Kola urundai
6)Egg Kola Urundai

Minty Sweet corn Balls, Sweet corn kola urundai


And here comes an another version of Kola urundais which i tried few days back for our evening snacks. Sweet corn cobs are easily available now hence i tried with those sweet corn kernels for making these deep fried balls. Trust me those sweet corn kernels works prefect to dish out these dangerously addictive balls. To add some flavor, i opted for mint leaves . Both sweet corn kernels, mint works awesome together to prepare these cuties. Kids enjoyed thoroughly with ketchup, and these cuties are going to this week's blogging marathon. My theme for this week's blogging marathon is Kid's delight - Moive time munchies, since these balls are just prefect for movie time, am posting this dish for the theme.Sending this to Srivalli's Kid's Delight event, guest hosted by Ritu themed on Movie Time Munchies.

Pudhina Sweet corn Kola Urundai

2cups Fresh sweet corn kernels
1tbsp Fennel seeds
1tsp Poppy seeds
2nos Garlic cloves
4tbsp Coconut
4nos Dry red chillies
7tbsp Roasted gram/pottukadalai
1no Onion (chopped finely)
1/4cup Mint leaves
Oil (for frying)
Salt

In the pan,heat few drops of oil and saute the chopped onions until the onions turns transculent.

Grind the poppy seeds,coconut,garlic cloves,fennel seeds,dry red chillies as fine powder.

Also grind the roasted gram as fine powder.

Grind the sweet corn kernels, mint leaves together as bit coarse paste.

Sweet corn mint kola urundai

Now take the sauteed onions, grounded sweet corn kernel paste, grinded spice powder, roasted gram powder and salt in a bowl.

Mix everything well to form a dough.

Pinch out medium sized balls from it and keep aside.

Heat the oil for deepfrying. Drop the rolled balls to the oil..

Fry in medium flame until they turns golden brown,drain the excess of oil with a paper towel.



Serve with ketchup.

Sweet corn Kola Urundai, Sweet corn Balls

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24 comments:

Nalini's Kitchen said...

This kola urundai sounds interesting and inviting. Wish to have some..

Harini R said...

Very interesting ingredients, priya. Wondering if corn absorbed more oil than is usual.

Gayathri Kumar said...

Kola urundai with sweet corn kernels is indeed a nice innovative recipe. They look absolutely yum..

CookWithRenu said...

This looks so tempting and dangerously addictive snack....loved it...bookmarked it.

Farah Saleem azeez said...

so interesting! healthy option too.....love the sound of this one!

Code2cook said...

these corn balls making such a great snack and for kids tiffin box a perfect meal in itself. Looking so inviting.

Poonam Bachhav said...

The sweet corn balls sound healthy and inviting ! Perfect snack with a cup of hot tea .

Freda Dias said...

They look so yum, I can imagine myself gobbling up that plateful, these are definitely very addictive :)

Ashima said...

delicious and perfect for a movie night snack!
Thanks for sharing

Nandita Gupta said...

My mouth is salivating looking at them. The combination sounds great and I am inspired to try it

Geetha Priyanka said...

Mint and sweet corn balls looks so delicious and yum!!! Addition of poppy seeds and fennel seeds in the recipe sounds interesting and flavourful. Lovely innovative recipe.

Soma Mukherjee said...

The combination of flavours and texture is interesting feel like picking one up and enjoying it with a cuppa of my ginger tea.

Lathi L said...

The sweet corn, mint balls sounds yummy...with sweet corns in home and no except me eating it, I always end up making salad. Now I got an interesting recipe to make my family eat corn

Mildly Indian said...

My husband loves kolaurundai. It kind of becomes a sunday ritual. thanks for the new recipe.

Malini Vivekananthan said...

Look so delicious. This is a perfect recipe for me. I have been thinking to make something different from mint leaves. Since it's raining nowadays here. People at my home are demanding a perfect snack. A cup of tea and a few mint and corn balls would make my evening better :)

Ritu Tangri said...

These sweet corn balls are indeed an addictive snack. I'm surprised how can you keep yourself away from such a snack. I 'll certainly eat 3-4 pieces while making it at the name of taste checking only :D

Vanitha said...

Lovely idea for an evening snack!!! I love that you have added fennel; my favorite spice!!

Pavani said...

The mint sweet corn balls is very innovative and looks delicious. Thank for sharing this recipe Priya.

firsttimercook said...

The sweet corn balls looks so yum and inviting, also sounds much healthy ! Lovely snack combo with a cup of tea

Jagruti Dhanecha said...

I have never heard about this recipe, but your veg version surely looks so tempting and delicious. I won't stop at one though ;)

THEYELLOWDAAL RECIPES said...

Perfect use of sweet corns. love the fact that they look so crispy. Craving some now😉

jayashree said...

Kola urundai with corn kernels looks so good and delicious. Perfect snack for evenings.

Preethi Prasad said...

love this crispy snack.Would love to have it with Masala chai. Fab share.

Ruchi said...

Lovely innovative recipe. Sounds so delicious. Love such crispy snacks with cup of coffee. Lovely share