I bet you all agree salty and sweet mixture makes the best snack. When you're in the mood for a simple quick snack, this perkedel jagung is easy to make and is an excellent appetizer.
* 2 fresh corns
* 4 shallots, 2 garlics, 1 thinly slice red chili
* 1 egg
* 4 tbsp all purpose flour
* 1 tbsp rice flour
* A little Spring onion
* Half teaspoon of coriander powder
* Half teaspoon of white pepper powder
* Salt to taste
1. With a sharp knife, cut kernels from the cob: first, cut halfway through the middle to release the "milk" then cut the remainder closer to the cob.
2. Put corn, diced shallots, garlic, red chili, spring onion and egg in a bowl.
3. Add pepper, coriander, salt to taste.
4. Pour all purpose flour and rice flour, mix well, add water just enough.
5. Deep fry the corn mix two spoonful each, drain with tissue paper and serve it when it is still warm.
I was inspired by Retno's post a few days ago and made this Tahu Isi for my lunch. It's very easy to make, great taste and my friends were begging for more. I substitute the filling with carrots, cabbage and mungbean sprouts. Stir fried them with shallot and garlic, spring onion, add a bit of chili sauce and salt to taste. Cut the tofu into 6, scoop them but make sure you do not break them, then add the filling inside each tofu. Dip them in the batter and fry. I think the hardest part was waiting to taste it. They are also perfect as a cocktail food. To serve as a starter, serve with chili sauce or a relish of your choice. Thanks Retno!