Corn and Gram Flour Chilla

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Total Time:
25 minutes
Serves: 2-3
Nutrition facts:

240 calories, 9 grams fat

Cuisine: Indian Recipe
Difficulty: Medium

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Corn and Gram Flour Chilla is a monsoon special dish that can be relished as a morning breakfast or as a light dinner. This tasty pancake (chilla) is a unique alternative to your regular breakfast. Corn and Gram flour makes a creative combination and this mouth-watering dish will be loved by all.  

The batter mix involves bengal gram flour, chopped corn, chillies, carom seeds ancd coriander. These gooey pancakes will attract kids instantly. The stuffing mixture is an additional highlight, made with tempting ingredients like baby corn, capsicum, ginger, pepper and corn kernel. 

Corn and Gram Flour Chilla recipe is curated by Chef Tanuj Nayyar, Executive Chef of Jaypee Residency Manor, Mussorie.

Take a look at more Breakfast Recipes. You may also want to try Easy Bran Muffins, Stuffed Mushrooms on Toast, Savoury Meringue Slices, Cheddar Cheese Bake

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  • Bengal gram flour(besan) 80 gms
  • Finely chopped corn 60 gms
  • Chilli powder 3 gms
  • Chopped green chillies 2 gm
  • Chopped fresh coriander 2 gms
  • Salt 3 gms
  • Carom seeds(ajwain) 2 gms
  • Water 50 ml
  • Olive oil 5 ml
  • Baby corn 20 gms
  • Red capsicum 20 gms
  • Yellow capsicum 20 gms
  • Corn kernel 10 gms
  • Freshly grated coconut 10 gms
  • Salt 4 gms
  • Freshly ground black pepper 3 gms
  • Chopped ginger 3 gms
  • Lemon juice 3 ml
  • Red and yellow capsicum julienne 5 gm
  • Beetroot julienne 5 gm
  • Mint chutney 10 ml
  • Saunth chutney 10 ml
  • Banana leaf 1 small round

How to Make Corn and Gram Flour Chilla

  • For Chilla: Take a bowl, mix besan and chopped corn. Add salt,chillies,carom seeds and coriander.
  • Mix it with water and make a batter to make chillas. Take a non stick fry pan.
  • Brush some olive oil and make small round shaped thin pancakes(chilla).
  • For Stuffing: Take a pan and add some olive oil. Add some chopped ginger and sauté it. Now add julienne peppers and baby corn.
  • Add some seasoning and little lemon juice to it. Adjust the seasoning and add freshly ground pepper.
  • Do the plating as shown in the photograph.