Grilled Corn Bhel Salad

Dear friends,
It is a busy football party season in our neck of the woods. I thought of making this popular, crowd pleasing Corn Bhel Salad for the party. You can use frozen corn, roasted or corn on the cob, roasted on the gas stove or under the broiler in the oven.
Hope you enjoy this corn bhel salad too!

Indian and Indian Fusion Cooking in America

Serves 2

Corn Bhel Salad- Perfect for the season! Corn Bhel Salad- Perfect for the season!

Corn Bhel is a very popular street food in many parts of India. The aroma of the corn kernels being roasted in the huge pan wafts through the evening air …. you turn to look and see the spiced corn mixed with finely chopped onion and cilantro, topped with crisp sev…..and you find your taste buds won’t let you rest until you have had Corn Bhel!  The other popular street food is the corn on the cob, freshly roasted on hot coals. That has been my favorite for a long time.

So I combined these two flavors- of freshly grilled corn on the cob and the bhel ingredients. I also added fresh tender vegetables and a semi ripe mango. I can eat tons of corn bhel, so by cutting down on the corn and adding veggies, I tell myself I am eating…

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  1. I’ll bet your backyard does not look like that right now Sandhya :). Love the shots you take outdoors, that corn bhel salad screams “eat me” when I look at it. I can imagine the crunch with all those yummy veggies in there. We’re expecting a blizzard this weekend, our first snow of the season, so I’m ready. Lots of good Indian food and wine 🙂

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    1. It is a major blizzard, right? Take care. We may or may not get the tail end of that storm they say.
      Good to have Indian food and wine ready!

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