Asian Baby Corn Stir Fry

Preparation time
5 mins
Cooking time
15 mins
2 people
Meal course
Posted on
12 no.
Baby corn
1 no.
1 tspn
White sesame seeds
1 tspn
Black sesame seeds
1 cup
Coriander leaves
1 tspn
Soya sauce
1 tblspn
1 tspn
Pepper powder
1/2 cup
1 tspn
Olive oil
1 tspn
Sesame oil
1 inch
4 no.
Garlic cloves
1 tspn
Rice flour
Asian Baby Corn Stir Fry

Asian baby corn stir fry is a less oily baby corn starter which can also be a good breakfast or snack. It involves minimal healthy flavours used in Asian cuisine.


  1. Cut 10-12 baby corns into 2 or 4 based on the size vertically.
  2. Add 1 tspn of salt and pressure cook it with 1/4 cup of water in a small,say 2L pressure cooker for 3 whistles on high. This is basically pressure baking baby corn by OPOS(one pot one shot) method. You can even stop at 2 whistles if you need more crunchier baby corns.
  3. If using a bigger cooker, increase the amount of water,not more than 1/4 part of baby corn filled at the cooker level.
  4. Remove pressure immediately, by inserting a laddle just under the whistle. Be careful not to lift the whistle.
  5. In a pan, add 1 tblspn of olive oil and sesame oil combined equally. Add 1 tspn of white and black sesame seeds.
  6. Keep the flame highest.
  7. Let it get slightly browner. Add 1 cup of chopped onions,cut lengthwise in it. Give a quick toss until it is slightly softened.
  8. Add roughly chopped 3-4 garlic pieces, 1 inch of ginger in it.
  9. Add cooked baby corns, required salt, 1 tspn pepper powder,1 tspn rice flour and toss for 5 minutes till baby corn slightly gets browned.
  10. Add 1 tspn of soya sauce, fresh coriander leaves/spring onions and toss it for 2-3 minutes.

Stir fry is ready to be served. Enjoy them hot.

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