Indonesian Corn Fritters (DADAR JAGUNG). Perkedel Jagung - corn kernels, much more flour added than Bakwan Jagung, kaffir lime leaves used. Now, you understand why I love fingerroot smell. It really reminds me of my family home cooking.
Add a little water and stir well. Add the red chilli, sliced scallions, coriander powder and bouillon powder. Bakwan Jagung - Corn Fritters Bakwan Jagung is Indonesian for corn fritters. You can cook Indonesian Corn Fritters (DADAR JAGUNG) using 16 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Indonesian Corn Fritters (DADAR JAGUNG)
- Prepare 2 ears of corn, separated from the cob (1/4 mashed).
- Prepare 1 of egg, beaten.
- It's 100 gr of flour.
- You need 2 tbsp of rice flour.
- You need 2 of red chillis, thinly sliced.
- You need 1 stalk of scallions, thinly sliced.
- Prepare 1/2 tsp of coriander powder.
- You need 1 tsp of bouillon powder (flavor beef / chicken, according to taste).
- You need of Enough water.
- Prepare of The oil for frying.
- You need of GROUND SPICES.
- It's 5 of shallots.
- It's 3 cloves of garlic.
- Prepare 5 of cayenne peppers.
- It's 1/4 tsp of pepper grains.
- Prepare to taste of Salt.
This blogpost will give you a simple recipe for Indonesian corn fritters that you can make at home in no time. Many years ago I worked on an engineering project together with some companies in Indonesia to build trains for the city of Jakarta. Indonesian Corn Fritters (also known as bakwan jagung or perkedel jagung) are surprisingly easy to make with everyday ingredients. Packed with juicy corn kernels and zingy flavour from kaffir lime and ground spices, these Indonesian corn fritters are crispy, crunchy, and totally addictive!
Indonesian Corn Fritters (DADAR JAGUNG) instructions
- Mix the corn with ground spices, flour, rice flour and egg. Add a little water and stir well..
- Add the red chilli, sliced scallions, coriander powder and bouillon powder. Stir again until well blended..
- Heat oil (use medium heat). Take 1 ladle of batter, fry until golden brown and cooked through. Remove and drain..
- Ready to be served as a side dish or snack to your beloved family..
Why We Love This The basic recipe for these fritters involves corn (either fresh or canned), flour (plain wheat flour, or a mixture of wheat and rice flour), one egg, and usually some chopped leaf celery ('some' meaning 'a lot' in my family). But the dish most frequently requested by the kids is perkedel jagung (or bakwan jagung), spicy Indonesian corn fritters that are a ubiquitous and cheap snack found all around Indonesia's islands (at least when my ravenous twosome aren't in town cleaning out supplies). Hi everyone, Let's try to make corn fritters in Indonesian style. I use all purpose flour and rice flour. I'm adding rice flour to make the fritters more crunchy.Category: Recipe