Saturday, 3 November 2018

Bhutte Ka kees / Corn Snack - Madhya Pradesh Special

Bhutte(corn) Ka Kees is an easy to make, delicious street food from Indore, Madhya Pradesh (a central state of India).

Madhya Pradesh cuisine is very new to me and I started exploring the same. Thus I came across this healthy and easy to make recipe. Its creamy taste with mild seasoning is worth a try and cherish. I have adapted the recipe from Vegrecipes of india

This recipe is my entry to the event "Shhh!!! Cooking Secretly" challenge conducted by Mayuri Patel of Mayuri's Jikoni. For the month of October, I have paired with Priya Iyer who blogs at "thephotowali.wordpress.com"; the ingredients given by her are Corn and milk.

Do try and give your feedback!

                    
PREP TIME
10 min
COOK TIME
TOTAL TIME 
20mins
                                                                                                                                                   
Recipe for Bhutte Ka Kees
Recipe type: Snack
Cuisine:  Madhya pradesh
Serves - 2 to 3

Ingredients:

Sweet corn cobs - 2 large

Oil / ghee - 2 tbsp
Mustard seeds - 1/4 tsp
Cumin seeds - 1/2 tsp
Ginger - 1 tsp( grated)
Green chillies - 1 (finely chopped)
Turmeric powder - 1/4 tsp
Red chilli powder - 1/4 tsp
Milk - 1/2 cup
Salt - as required
Grated coconut - for garnishing
Lemon juice - 1 or 2 tsp
corriander leaves - as required (for garnishing)



Directions:

Remove the husk from the corn.  Grate the corn, using the grater.

Heat ghee in a pan, season it with mustard seeds and cumin seeds.



Once it crackles, add chopped ginger and green chiiles. Give it a stir.

After that add grated corn, turmeric power, red chilli powder and salt. Stir well. 

Add milk, mix and close the pan with the lid.

Allow to cook for 5 to 7 minutes in low flame till is cooked and become semi thick in consistency.

Switch off the flame and serve hot.

While serving garnish with grated coconut, corriander leaves and lemon juice.



16 comments:

  1. This looks so good! I would love to dig into that platter. :)

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  2. This looks yummilicious...corn used in this way is a great idea...a delicious bowl to dig in

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  3. Delicious, I love this snack. We Gujaratis too make this as a snack though we prefer to use white corn. Isn't a delight to try out new dishes which you've never had before?

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  4. I must say that this khees and the indori poha are the most tried and loved dishes this time... I am almost tempted to make these as soon as fresh corns hit the aisles, which it is going to very soon...

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  5. The kees really looks moist and juicy which I personally love to eat. The extra grated coconut on top makes it totally tempting Poornima.

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  6. Yummy yummy got so many version of this in this month challange.. Worthy of try this yummy n healthy dish... Urs look inviting

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  7. Such a delicious street food na, wish i get a bowl of this bhutte ka kees rite now to enjoy with my cup of coffee.

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  8. This looks so creamy and delicious. No wonder it is a favorite.

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  9. This looks so delicous and it is surely a very healthy choice for evening snack.

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  10. I love bhutte ki kees.. spicy and tangy at the same time... love the subtle coconut and lime flavour...by the way, you are missing milk in your ingredients list...

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  11. What a superb and detailed recipe, Poornima; and such gorgeous colour on the end result. I am so waiting to try this dish and want to replicate the perfection you have achieved.

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  12. in gujarat we have something similar to this ...loved your version :)

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  13. Never had bhuta in this way. This looks an interesting try. Yum

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  14. Bhutte ka khees looks delicious and am tempted to try it soon. Yummy

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  15. Bhutte ki kees looks delish. I love corn in anything. And yes I have made it too. Really loved the taste. Topping of grated coconut made the dish more tempting. Superb share.

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  16. bhutte ke kees and Indori Poha are favourites this month, I gather :-) perfectly made, Poornima !

    - Kalyani

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