Corn Capsicum Chaat from Saundhi Khushboo
This is a type of dish which has sweetness of corn, tartness of tomatoes and mild spiciness of capsicum. Saundhi Khushboo best catering services in Janakpuri will explain how to make healthy Corn Capsicum Chaat in a simple and easy manner. This is very simple and tasty recipe to food especially during monsoon days. Serve corn chat as an evening snack for kids or as a starter. It’s juicy, crunchy, mildly spiced with crushed black pepper corns and sautéed with chat masala, this awesome and delicious Corn capsicum chat to rejuvenate our senses. Succulent, juicy, crunchy, name the texture you like and you will find it in this Sweet Corn and Capsicum Chaat.
Heat the oil in a broad non-stick pan, add the green chilies and ginger and sauté on a medium flame for a few seconds. Add the onions and sauté on a medium flame for 1 minute. Add the capsicum and sauté on a medium flame for 1 minute. Add the corn and tomatoes and sauté on a medium flame for 1 minute. Add the paneer, chaat masala and salt, mix well and cook on a medium flame for 1 minute, while stirring occasionally. Serve immediately garnished with coriander. The best part is that this tasty treat is also easy and quick to prepare, making it an ideal after-school surprise for your kids, or a prompt answer to your sudden hunger pangs.
Lip-smacking and irresistibly delicious, Chaat can be prepared using various combinations. You could prepare spicy ones, sweet ones or tangy ones as per choice. Though Chaat originated in Uttar Pradesh, it is famous throughout the India and world. People from all the walks of life love savoring Chaat. Corn Chaat is a mix of buttered corn kernels which is tossed with condiments, veggies and a tad of tomato ketchup which renders it a superb flavor. Super quick to make, all you need is a microwave that would help you to prepare Corn Chaat within minutes. All you need to do is toss all the ingredients for this Chaat together and Corn Chaat is all set to serve. You can serve this as a snack or a breakfast. And it even tastes awesome as an accompaniment.