Hey guys! The recipe I am posting today is a finger food and best for rainy season. It is very easy to make with the simplest of ingredients. So lets get cooking…


Boiled corn kernels – 1 cup

Boiled potatoes – 2 medium

Onion (finely chopped) – 1 medium

Capsicum (finely chopped) – 1 medium

Coriander leaves (finely chopped) – 1/2 cup

Peri peri masala powder – 1 tbsp

Chilly flakes – 2 tsp

Mixed herbs- 1 tsp

Ginger-garlic paste – 1 tsp

Grated paneer – 100 grams

Grated carrot – 1 medium

Mayonnaise – 1 tsp

Cheese (grated) – 1/4 cup

Salt – 1/4 tsp

Bread slices – 8

Bread crumbs – 1/4 cup

Cornflour + water paste

Oil for frying


1) In a bowl take the potatoes and mash them. To this add the boiled corn kernels, onion, capsicum, coriander leaves, peri peri masala powder, chilly flakes, mixed herbs, ginger garlic paste, mayonnaise, cheese, salt, grated paneer, grated carrot and bread crumbs and mix it all well.

2) Keep the mixture in the fridge for 10 minutes. Take the bread slices and chop off the edges. Spread the mixture on one slice and apply the cornflour paste n the edges. Cover it with the other slice and pinch the edges together to seal it well.

3) Make bread pockets this way using all the mixture. At this stage you can place the bread pockets in the fridge for till an half hour and deep fry them after or you can directly fry them immediately till golden brown from the outside. Serve hot with ketchup.

This blog post is part of the blog challenge ‘Blogaberry Dazzle’ hosted by Cindy D’Silva and Noor Anand Chawla.

26 responses to “CORN POCKETS”

  1. You really have interesting recipes in your pocket! 😉


  2. Very unique way of using corn, gonna try this one day. The pocket does look filling 😂


    1. This recipe is full of veggies and looks delicious will surely give it a try. Your recipe is easy to follow, thanks.


    2. I love this kind of recipes. Got inspired to try this


  3. Lovely recipe Sahil… I like such recipes as that are easy to make when you have surprise guests at home and its a treat for the tastebuds. It looks yummy and am sure it will taste the same.


  4. This looks perfect for the rainy season. I am surely going to try it out. Thanks for sharing the recipe.


  5. We generally make them as bread rolls. Love this pocket shape too. Thanks for sharing the recipe, Shail.


  6. This looks so tempting, especially when raining. My kids loved corn; I am definitely going to try this for them.


  7. wow Shail… these look very tempting… I usually put only aloo n spices, corn is a great option n my younger daughter loves corn. Thanks for this😊


  8. That looks amazing Shail….am going to try this recipe for sure 😃


  9. This is a great recipe. Although, fried bread absorbs a lot of oil so I’ll probably shallow fry it. The stuffing is surely yum!


  10. This recipe looks easy, quick and I am sure really yummy. Will try this for sure.


  11. Yummy quick snack for those sudden cravings for ‘something fried’. Of course always goes with Bangalore weather 🙂


  12. Ohhh! This looks like a good one and would be trying this recipe one of this days. Appreciate you sharing it!


  13. What a delightful recipe for gatherings! Have you tried making these in an air fryer?


    1. No. I do not own a air fryer but it will work in that too. ☺️


  14. This looks so tempting, especially when raining.The pocket does look filling and delicious. Going to try this recipe , this weekend


  15. This looks so tempting and amazing snack for rainy season. Going to try this soon.


  16. My daughter loves to eat corns. I will make this for her for her tiffin. I am sure she will enjoy having it with her friends


  17. A perfect rainy season recipe. I’m going to try it tomorrow.


  18. This looks absolutely delicious! And the recipe you have shared is not that difficult! So excited to try this out!


  19. Yummy recipe, Shail. The corn pockets have me drooling.Corn is my favourite in any form and with bread it turns out so delicious.


  20. Seems yummy…I am definetely going try this


  21. Given the auspicious month of sawan and ganpati just around the corner, this is going to be a life saver for non vegetarians who turned to veg. Thanks for sharing.


  22. I just love Corn and things made of corn plus the cheese you have mentioned here is the icing on the cake for me so, I am gonna try this super tempting recipe in a couple of days. 🙂


  23. Yum! I’m sure my son will love this!


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I am a lawyer by profession but cooking has been my passion and hence my journey began as a home cook. I have been working with vegetarian recipes and post my recipes using simple ingredients and easy methods to follow.


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