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May 6, 2010

Kalchina Mokkajonna Potthulu ~ Fire Roasted Corn


Kalchina Mokka jonna Kankulu ~ Fire Roasted Corn ~ Muskin Jola

Ingredients :

Corn cobs : 2
Lemon juice : 2 tsp
Salt : 1tsp


Method :


Remove the husks from corn and place them direct flame of gas stove. Roast the corn on medium flame. When the roasting is done, remove from the flame and sprinkle some salt and lemon juice. Serve warm with a cup of Tea.

30 comments:

  1. Hi HC, u brought back chilhood memories. I apply ghee also along with the lime and salt.

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  2. Love these ..Spl when its raining.

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  3. Awesome one dear...I also love this...love the fire roasted taste of the corn...so good :)

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  4. Love this..just had them yesterday , I apply butter on it as well :-)

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  5. corns are everywhere..its the season .liked this fire rosted corn.feel to have a bite..nice pic .ya perfect with tea

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  6. Superb, like fire-roasted field corn, some how like only field corn, never this sweet corn here.:( Miss that completely, thanks for bringing back nostalgic memories:)

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  7. Rain and kankulu are great combination. Love the photos.

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  8. Feeling so nostatlgic...feeling like going back home and have this mouthwatering corn...i can't roast it here as I don't have a gas...have to bake it..but would not get the real taste of it..:(

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  9. Yumm!!!!! Thanks for bringing back so many nostalgic memories:)

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  10. All time favorite nice pic. dear

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  11. I love them, i used to make with my electric stove some time. yours looks nice.

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  12. hey this one is a real yummy snack variety...

    i like sprinkling little amount of chilly powder also along with lemon juice :)

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  13. Love it Hari. I also apply little butter and it makes it simply heavenly :)

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  14. I want that corn pls, truly tempting..looks absolutely divine for me..

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  15. Nothing beats roasted corn on the cob.I made this last weekend.

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  16. It reminds me of Ooty visits and kodi visits where they served it near the lake on cold days.

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  17. awesome click!!made me nostalgic:)

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  18. add some salt and chilli powder to go..it is out of the world..best for rainy season..I have just pressure cooked a coen..I like it that way too

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  19. When eva we ver on vacations to blore we used to have this roasted on koyla(charcoal) I love corns ne time in ne form luks gr8 :)

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  20. Thats so simple n delicious... wow..

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  21. Wow! Love this corn with a pinch of chaat masala. My fav......

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  22. wow..yummy when it was raining we can have it corn ...at evng time..

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  23. yummy..

    chandana, shall i share one of my favourite recipe of this corn. Make two inches pieces of tender corn and pressure cook adding enough water and salt.(sugar for children).. Eat them hot..

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  24. love that corn...looks really nice

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  25. Just Simple yet yummy. Love the sound of munching the corn.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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