Corn was indigenous to America, but is now grown throughout the world. It is used as a vegetable, briefly boiled or roasted or eaten with butter. And it would also interest you to know that the favourite popcorn, made by popping the small corn kernels, is a wholesome cereal food and is easily digested. Besides this, corn sees its use in various other ways – salads, soups, subzis and even sweets too!
Boil 4-5 cups water in a non-stick pan, addbabycorns, salt and¼ tsp turmeric powder and cook for 3-4 minutes. Strain and put them into a bowl.
Heat oil in a non-stick pan, add dried red chillies and cumin seeds and sauté till thechillies are crisp. Add ginger, green chillies and onions and sauté tillonions are translucent.
Add tomato and capsicum strips, red chilli powder and ½ tspturmeric powder and toss. Add boiled babycorns, tomato ketchup and salt and mix well. Cut cottage cheese into batons and add and mix. Add vinegar and toss.
Finely chop coriander sprigs and add and mix well. Cook for 2-3 minutes
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