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Shimla Hills Presents Enticing New Recipes on Baby Corn

November 18, 2009

Canned Baby CornShimlahills offering is proving its potential as the largest producer of Canned Yellow Baby Corn. Shimlahills SHOP Ltd specializes in producing and trading quality baby corn. The yellow baby corns are harvested in one of the most fertile region of India, Gujarat. With innovative technology the harvesters in Gujarat have evolved their own varieties of corn which yield more ears of corn per stalk. Shimlahills specifically process this kind of high quality corn. Expert and technologists at Shimlahills use their ground breaking technique to keep intact the tenderness, sweetness, freshness, desirable flavors, moisture, ripeness of canned yellow baby corn.  The canned yellow baby corns are considered as a highly nutritious staple diet. Canned Baby Corn has better flavor and texture than frozen baby corn.

Shimlahills offers different packaging and specification like:

Canned Baby Corn Packing N.W. D.W. Cartons/20 FCL
Baby Corn 400gx24 Tins 400g 200g 1700
Baby Corn 25gx24 Tins 425g 225g 1700
Baby Corn 825gx24 Tins 825g 275g

 

850
Baby Corn 2840gx24 Tins 2840g 1850g

 

1000

Nutritional Fact of Baby Corn:

Calories 25, Protein 2.5, Carbohydrate 3.1, Fat 0.4, Fiber 1.7, Vitamin 1.2

While preparing to cook baby corn on must keep some important points in mind like:

1) Search carefully for any bruised kernels, remove them carefully from the rest.

2) Rinse under cold water for 2-3 Minutes

3) Do not boil the corn in salt water as it tends to toughen the corn.

4) Choose a large pan to boil Baby Corn so that it can move freely in the pan when boiled

5) We at Shimlahills make sure to maintain the sweetness of baby corn, but for any reason you find it is lees than sweet add half a tsp of sugar free.

6) Keep in mind that one need to boil corn for just about 3-4 minutes

Recipes on Baby Corn

These wonderful and simple recipes will help you create an everlasting impression on your guest.

Baby Corn SaladBaby Corn Salad

You Need:

1 Red pepper
1 Yellow pepper
1 sm. Red onion
4 Cucumbers
1 Carrot
2 Can Baby corn(Shimlahills)

2 Cups broccoli florets

1 can kidney beans, drained

1 c. cauliflower pieces

1/2 cup fat-free salad dressing

Procedure:

Shred, grate or slice the carrot, cucumber, pepper (yellow/red). Clean the onion and chop it in small pieces. Take a large bowl add the sliced carrot, cucumber, pepper, onion, cauliflower, broccoli, kidney beans and Baby corn. Prow over fat-free salad dressing on the mixture in the bowl. Sauté the salad evenly.

Baby Corn Carrot RiceBaby Corn Carrot Rice (North Indian Delicacies)

You Need:

Basmati Rice – 1 Cup

Carrot grated – 3 Large

1 Can Baby corn (chopped in chunk)

2 Onion large (finely chopped)

1 ginger medium (paste)

4 cloves of garlic (paste)

2 tomato medium (chopped in fine chunk)

Carrot & Baby CornTurmeric half tsp

Salt to taste

Cloves – 3

Cinnamon stick 1 small piece.

Mustard Oil – 5 tsp

Cumin Seeds

Coriander leaves

Fried Cashew

Ghee-1tsp

Procedure: Heat the pan, pour mustard oil in it. Add cloves, cinnamon stick and cumin seeds stir it for about 2-3 minutes. Pour paste of ginger and garlic and stir it for 1 min now add finely chopped onion until the color changes to golden brown. Add tomato chunk, turmeric and mix well. Put carrots and fry them for about 7 min till water evaporates from the Carrot. Pour rice in the pan and fry them. Put 2cup of water mix it well. Sprinkle garam masala on it. Garnish with coriander and cashew, add ghee on top of rice and serve when it is hot.

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7 Comments leave one →
  1. March 23, 2010 9:47 am

    I must say I really like your writing style it is so much better than most blogs I read.

    • shimlahills permalink*
      March 25, 2010 11:32 am

      Thank you, comments like these make us perform better.

  2. April 15, 2010 5:32 pm

    I’m looking forward to getting more information about this topic…

  3. May 12, 2010 8:28 pm

    Such a lovely write-up! I’m so glad you chose to write about it.

  4. May 22, 2010 7:52 am

    The recipe looks yummy, my husband like baby corn i am not a fan though. will try for him

  5. May 29, 2010 6:39 am

    I would appreciate more visual materials, to make your blog more attractive, but your writing style really compensates it. But there is always place for improvement

  6. Caren permalink
    June 2, 2010 8:55 am

    I never have thought to look at things like this. This should make my views change i hope. Will try baby corns made in india

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