October 27, 2011

Schezwan Dill Corn Lollipops ~ Snacks in a jiffy | Step by step recipe

Before we go to today's post, reminding all my readers on the Strawberry Desserts & Giveaway event that ends 31st October - Do rush in your yummilicious entries (archives also accepted when linked) . Also check out my 100-day Global Food Fest and link in your entries.

Day 5 of Blogging Marathon sees me dishing out one of our family favourites - Schezwan Dill Corn Lollipops. Quick to make and easy to serve, its a great dish to whip out for kiddo parties and potlucks alike ! Yes, agreed it is deep fried, but indulgence is good sometimes, or so my daughter says when she chomped it last evening after what seemed like hours playing outside..Like the Healthy Carrot Bonda, I wanted to use the paniyaram pan to fry this, but gave it a miss and deep fried it instead. You can make the lollipops way ahead of time and refrigerate it, and fry it just before serving. Let's get cracking on this.. 

Sending this to Blogging Marathon Day 5 along with Manjula's Appetiser event and my event - 100 day Global Food festival. Check out my fellow marathoners

Check out more appetisers and fried delights from my blog.

Prep time : 15 minutes, Cooking time : 10 minutes, Serves : 3


  • Potato - 1 large
  • Dill leaves - 1 cup (cleaned and sorted)
  • Boiled sweet american corn - 1 cup
  • Chaat Masala - 1 tsp
  • Amchur / Dry mango powder - 1 tsp
  • Garam Masala - 1 tsp
  • Red chilli powder - 1 tsp
  • Schezwan Sauce - 1 tsp
  • Tomato ketchup - 1 TBSP
  • Salt - to taste
  • Onions chopped - 1 medium
  • Cornmeal - 1/4 cup
  • Oil - to fry
  • Maida / APF + water - for outer covering


1) Grate boiled potato. Mix chopped onion, boiled corn, chopped dill and all the dry masalas including salt , schezwan and tomato ketchup. Now add cornmealand mix well to a semi dry consistency.
2) Make into equal roundels and refrigerate for minimum 10 minutes.
3) In a small bowl, mix APF and water to a smooth slurry kind of mixture.
4) Heat the oil in a kadai (deep pan) and check if its hot enough by placing a drop of the maida covering into the hot oil.
5) Dip the roundels in the maida slurry and gently slide into the hot oil - 5 to 6 at time. Fry on medium heat till golden brown. Drain on paper towels
6) Serve with green chutney or ketchup as required.


  1. Kalyani this is a lovely n a different variation from the one I make...will try it out n its ok to indulge into fried food once in a while:)

  2. very appetizing and attractive recipe...nice colors and superb recipe...

  3. wow that looks very inviting!..

  4. tempting appetizer and nice shap

  5. Corn pops luks so yum and crispy..it must be kid's favourite

  6. Dill put to good use, am trying to imagine the taste in my head, i better try it in kitchen, love ur idea

  7. corn pops looks good..n tasty...

  8. That looks yummy. Nice addition of Dill leaves

  9. looks too good and tempting.. awesome shots !!
    Indian Cuisine

  10. Nice recipe.Super clicks too !

  11. Just in time for the potluck/holiday season. looks very tempting and nice clicks.
    Love Ash.

  12. Super like lollipops, looks fabulous and delicious..

  13. these are very yummy and kid friendly! bookmarked!

  14. they look so cute and tempting. nice job on the presentation.

  15. I am sure the kids will love these pops!

  16. lollipops look interesting and delicious too .....

  17. Lollipops look so inviting...

  18. Absolutely delicious.wish I could get Dill here...

  19. Whats APF? It looks lovely


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