Corn on the cob: 3
Onion : 2 large
Tomato : 3 medium
Gram flour :two tablespoons, for binding and taste
Green chili, Ginger, chopped coriander ,Garam Masala : As per requirement
Oil : for frying
Salt : To taste
Remove corn kernels from the cob and mince them in the grinder. Mix it with Chopped and lightly sauteed onions, chopped green chili, coriander, gram flour and ginger. Make small round balls of this mixture and fry them. Keep them aside.
For the curry
Tomatoes : 2 medium size
Curd :50 gms
Onion : 2 medium
Garlic : 6 cloves
Chili powder, Jeera (cumin seeds), turmeric powder, ans salt : to taste
In a little bit of Ghee or oil, add Cumin seeds, let them crackle, add puree of tomatoes, fry it a little, then add curd, and the other spices. Once the spices seem to be well fried in little oil, add just enough water to submerge the corn balls in it, and to thicken the curry a bit. Once the curry seems well done, meaning just thick enough, add the koftas in it. Boil it once with the koftas ( corn balls). Serve it with hot Parathas, Rotis or puris. And add a green Chutney, complimenting and completing the colour combination, and tastes of the meal. Dont forget to add a salad, for the sake of roughage and good health. Good taste be to you!!