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Bhutta (Corn on the Cob)

Bhutta is an Indian way of eating Corn/Maize/Makai on the Cob.  I find hot Bhutta perfect for rainy season and is ready within 5 minutes.

Ingredients:
Corn Cob - 2
Salt - 1/2 tsp
Red Chilli Powder/Cayenne Pepper - 1/2 tsp
Lemon Slice

Method:
1. Roast the cob on the stove top on medium flame.  The pop sound indicates the corn kernels getting cooked.  Roast it till it gets slightly black on the outside and juicy on the inside.
2. Mix salt and chilli powder.  Dip the lemon slice in salt, chilli powder and apply it in the hot corn cob. 

21 comments:

  1. uma super da.my hus like this..here everywhere we can see this corn..its corn season..ya really its so easy to prepare one..

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  2. Thank you for your encouraging comments Uma.This butta takes me to those carefree days of mine at hyderabad.Its my favorite!

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  3. perfect..love it.pics lloks so tempting

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  4. Ahh I miss the gas stove in my place. wanna make one of those. One of my all time fav.

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  5. A family favourite. I make it when I get fresh ones here. Urs look so tempting,make me crave for some now.

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  6. Feel like grabbing that corn rite now, soo tempting..

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  7. Uma,,nice corn snack dear love the ingredients u added sure it will taste good n mild strong.

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  8. Uma,,nice corn snack dear love the ingredients u added sure it will taste good n mild strong.

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  9. I have seen this @ Vizag sea shore....My favorite....
    Drop in sometime.....

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  10. Nice recipe...simply delicious..

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  11. Healthy veggie snack!! would taste yummy with your masala.

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  12. Can have it any time of the day!! mmmm Yummy!!

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  13. Love this..I have one in my draft too :-)

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  14. perfect for tea time. looks beautiful

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  15. Thanks Prani, MyCookingExperiments, Sanyukta, Shriya, Ms.Chitchat, Priya, Sushma, Sathya, Chaitra, Sarah, Sridevi, Padhu, Gulmohar, Panchpakwan, Krishnaveni for the lovely words!

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  16. I love this style of cooking corn though I've never done it myself. Thanks for sharing the recipe!!

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  17. Glad to see you Michele!

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  18. lovely pics uma. Pass me some, I'm hungry.

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