Fresh Corn Bhel is a delicious North Indian snack recipe. The main ingredients used in this quick and easy-to-cook dish are corn kernels, potatoes, cucumbers, onions and tomatoes. This delightful dish is not only delicious but healthy too as it is loaded with the goodness of all the vegetables used in it. In fact, it is a healthier version of bhel, a famous Indian street food. Fresh Corn Bhel can be easily prepared at home. It can be had as a snack during anytime of the day and can also be served to guests during get-together. You can also add lime juice or finely chopped raw mangoes to make your bhel more sour and spicy.
1 1/3 cup American corn kernels
1/2 cup coriander leaves
1 teaspoon chaat masala
2 teaspoon green chutney
1 1/2 potato
2 1/3 cup sev
2 teaspoon sweet tamarind sauce
1 1/2 tomato
salt as required
Place a pressure cooker over medium flame and pour water in it, add potatoes, and boil the potatoes for 10-12 minutes till they turn soft. Turn off the heat and let the potatoes cool. Drain the excess water, peel the potatoes and keep them aside in a bowl.
Similarly, place another pressure cooker with water and corn kernels. Boil the corn kernels for 10-12 minutes till they turn soft. Turn off the heat, drain the excess water and keep the corn kernels in a separate bowl. Let it cool.
Wash and chop cucumber, coriander leaves, tomatoes, onions and boiled potatoes. Keep them aside in a deep bowl.
Crush the papdi and add it to the bowl. Also add salt, sev, green and sweet chutney and chaat masala. Mix all the ingredients well. Serve!