Bhutte ka Kees (Grated Corn Snack)

Bhutte ka kees (grated corn snack) is a dish I had heard a lot about from DH. I learnt it is a snack specialty of Indore from the Malwa/Rajashtani cuisine. It is traditionally made by grating corn off the cob, then roasting in ghee and spices. Some versions also include some milk.

We had just got fresh corn and just tried it out at home. I tried a lower-fat version of it. Would not taste exactly like the ghee-roasted traditional version, but as per DH it was close in taste and yummy. It takes time and some effort (especially to grate the corn), but the results are worth it! Click here for the detailed recipe.

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~ by skribles on April 11, 2008.

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