If there's anything that truly defines the essence of Indian monsoon, it is a bhutta, which is one of the oldest summer crop popularly savoured in the rainy season.
Roasted corn cob, or bhutta, not only tastes amazing but is also quite a healthy snack option. However, this healthy delight might turn out to be problematic for some, especially if you follow it up ...
Corn on the cob is incredibly delicious, but it's not the easiest food to eat. Eating bhutta is quite messy and you might leave some residual corn left on the cob.
Soha Ali Khan enjoyed Bhutta in the rainy season. The versatile vegetable can be turned into a quick snack or a super healthy dish for lunch or dinner.
Corn Kebab Recipe: Bhutta is one popular snack during the monsoons. We bring you a variation to this classic bhutta for your indulgence. Read on to know more.
It's that time of the year when smoky aroma of roasted bhuttas or makkai corn literally compels you to stop by a roadside stall and buy one! Monsoon and charcoal-roasted bhuttas go hand-in-hand.
In India, people eat roasted corn on the cob or bhutta, as well as sweet corn in cups, which is widely available at street food stalls. Here are some more interesting ways of adding corn ...
Corns are bursting with a number of health benefits. In this recipe of mixed corn chaat, the chef has used the monsoon favourite and mixed it up with high protein dal sprouts.
It is the season of corns, and we are in no mood to miss out on it. If you also identify as a fellow corn lover, these recipes would definitely delight you!
These corn kebabs can be a perfect party starter or a crispy tea-time companion in the evening. Here's how you can try them at home.