Corn halwa is relished the most because of its creamy and divine taste. The sweet corn kernels are tender, delicious and eaten as a vegetable in many cuisines worldwide. In Indian, various types of dishes are made with sweet corns such as paranthas, cutlets, kheer and many more.
As the rainy season comes, our mind starts running to get some sour taste and as you walk in light rain, you go to a chat-pakodi shop and look for opportunities to eat hot hot cucumber-samosa, pakodas. You are presenting some monsoon dishes.
Kid’s prefer eating sweet corns because of its sweet taste. This halwa is prepared with the regular ingredients that are required for making any halwa i.e. milk, ghee, sugar, green cardamom and dry fruits.