The monsoons are finally here and the one thing we all desperately need, while it rains outside, is a hot beverage and a plate of snacks. And corn makes an appearance in the market during this season so, we are in no mood to miss out on the delicious snacks that this humble grain can turn into.
If you are corny for monsoon, these recipes will definitely charm you.
Corn potato patties chaat
Who doesn't love a good chaat? Turn your regular corn tikki into a cheese-filled lip-smacking chaat. All you need for this recipe is some boiled corn, potato, spices, and cheese. Watch the recipe and make your own now.
This quick and easy tea-time snack is perfect for rainy afternoons. Make this corn bhel to accompany any hot beverage of your choice, as the sound of the rain drops falling to the ground dulls the noise of the city. Try this sweet and tangy bhel, and let us know how you liked it.
Spiced corn with jalapeno
We all love the Indian classic grilled corn during monsoons. But our version of the corn on the cob is top notch because we add jalapenos to the mix too. You are going to want to try this recipe, we promise!
Creamy corn chowder
Sip a warm bowl of corn soup to pamper yourself on a rainy day. Believe us when we say this soup has the power to soothe your soul. Filled with the goodness of milk, butter, potato, corn, and herbs, it is simply irresistible.
A rainy day without pakora? Not a chance. Indulge in these crispy, corny bites while sipping on some hot tea as you curl into a cosy blanket with your book.
Make your rainy day cosier by trying these handpicked monsoon favourite recipes. Let us know how they turned out.
From aspiring to be an interior designer to graduating in finance. Afreen’s passion for food, art, poetry, and travel inspired her to become a content writer. She believes in healthy and balanced eating, but her love for all things chocolate gets in the way. When she isn't writing or creating content for social media, you can find her reading Architectural Digest, scrolling through H&M's latest collection, or watching period dramas.