11 Lip Smacking Corn Dishes That Indore Offers You
July 21, 2016
About Indore, Blog, Food
Each vegetable has its own season, you will find variety of veggies in winter season and very limited veggies in summers and monsoon. with each season it has its own benefits so does monsoon. Monsoon serve us with wonderful greenery, cold breeze, wet roads and lots n lots of corns. Indore has its own masaledar flowchart of corn servings during monsoon.
And our list of items will make sure that you gulp the saliva at least thrice while reaching to the bottom.
1. Sikka Hua Bhutta
When you see corn seller along Indore roads, you’ll also see fresh corns roasting over coals. whether you want it or not but its impossible to take your eyes off from it and few can’t even control there tongue which leads to adding salt, red chili & fresh lemon over hot corn.
2. Masala Corn
You may find these in malls or in movie theaters but eating masala corn during monsoon has its own pleasure. we know you do try making these at home with your own ingredients which includes our very own Jeeravan and extra lemon. 😉
Monsoon adds to the evening snack list of indoris which they are deeply fond off.the crave for the spicy evening twist ends up holding a bowl of corn chart in their hands and relishing it with core satisfaction of completing a day.
The signature quality of an ideal chatora person is to find the scope of crispiness in every possible menu item which has even the slightest scope for it. the above statement is sufficient enough to prove how much indoris would be in love with “CRISPY ” Corn.
Well in India, Biryani comes from the land of nawabs but interestingly indoris make a jugaad edition of corn into that recipe to come up with their own version of corn biryani.
11. Corn Sandwich
Amongst the wide range of sandwiches available in indori menu, the combinations available with corn ( Spinach Corn, Corn Mayonnaises, Open Corn Sandwich, Corn Cheese, etc. ) will definitely draw your attention. If you like to experiment a lot, you may find it different and yet delicious.
Indore, the food capital of India serves you with plethora of wonderful snacks and dishes around the year but when it comes to monsoon, corn tops the menu chart of Indoris. If you have any additions to this list whether its a home made recipe; do let us know 🙂