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Bhutta

Bhutta
Bhutta

Bhutta (noun.) One of the most common street snacks in India is grilled corn or Masala Butta or Spiced fire-roasted corn. Street vendors roast the Corn Cobs (or Bhutta) on coal fire or open grill and serve it hot with sliced lemon, cayenne ( or black pepper) and spices sprinkled on it, or one can use salt and cayenne and black pepper instead of red chilli powder. There are other ways fresh corn can be prepared in Indian cuisine. It can be made into pakora with green chilli, coriander leaves, ginger (adrak), garlic (lehsun) and cumin (jeera) powder, or corn kebab that is a mix of corn, potatoes, mild spices and cheese that is served with sauce or chutney.

Bhutta can be added to fresh salads or the cobs can be added to South Indian delicacy upma, or it can be sautéed with spring onion, capsicum and cornflour sauces, to be served hot cooked with vegetables like a semi-soupy dish.

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