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cheesy Corn cups

I believe that few combination of Ingredients compliment each other and gives a delicious recipe. One among them are "Corn and Cheese" which is widely used in pizza, pasta and sandwiches. When corn gets cooked with the cheese, the aroma of corn and the flavor of cheese blends so well to give a finger licking tasty dish. Corn and cheese snack is one of my favorite munch during rainy days. Just a cup of cooked corn with a grated cheese will not only make my tummy full, it also brings a complete joyous in each spoon. Diet Watchers, excuse me ;)
Cheesy Corn Cups, a baked yummy cups filled with cheesy corn and flavored with pizza seasoning can be served as a starter or evening snacks. As this recipe goes to my favorite monthly event "5 ingredients Fix Challenge", I have used only 5 ingredients with CORN as the main key ingredient. 5 Ingredients Fix Challenge is a monthly event hosted by Lakshmi Vimala from Cookingclub17 in which 5 Ingredients were given and an innovative dish should be submitted before end of the month. And for October month challenge, the twist of challenge was to prepare a recipe using Corn as the key Ingredient.

Check out my previous entries which were prepared with 5 Ingredients.

Watermelon Rind Kheer
Papad Pockets
Veggie Macroni Soup
Veggie tart with an Indian Twist
Strawberry Kulfi
Chicken and Spinach Soup

If you are Interested to participate in our 5 Ingredients Fix Challenge, mail to

Ingredients :
  • 1/2 Cup Fresh corn kernels
  • 3 Cubes Cheese, grated ( I have used Amul cheese in this recipe )
  • Salt to taste
  • 1 Tsp Pizza seasoning 
  • 6 Puff sheets
Method :

Thaw puff sheets according to the instructions given in the box.

Grease the muffin tray with little oil or butter.

Take one puff sheet and place it in the muffin tray. keep aside.

In a small bowl or plate , add grated cheese followed by corn kernels, pizza seasoning and salt.

Mix well and fill the puff sheet cups with corn mixture.

Bake it for 15 minutes at 180 degree Celsius in a pre-heated oven.

Once done, remove from the oven and serve hot.

Serving Options :

Serve hot with Tomato sauce.


Linking this recipe with  Lakshmi's "5 Ingredients Fix Challenge"


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