Thursday, January 27, 2011

Corn on toast :)

 Your meal at Eden is incomplete if you havent  had this amazing dish. Ever since I moved to Gurgaon my cravings for it has increased and so thought ll try it at home. And eureka !!!!! I cracked the code :)

Its quite simple & the base for this recipe is white sauce. Once you get a creamy lump free white sauce,all you have to do is mix it with corn curry seasoned with kasuri methi. Yes !!! they add kasuri methi :) Its a desi style Au Gratin that's served with toasted bread.

(serves 2)

  • Flour (maida)     -  1 tsp
  • Butter                -   2 tsp
  • Milk                  -    1 cup
  • Cheese              -   1 tbs ( grated)optional
  • Salt

1. In a non stick vessel, melt the butter. To it add the flour and saute well for a minute, remove from flame.
2. Add half the quantity of milk and mix well with a flat wooden spoon to get a lump free mixture.
3.Put the vessel back on stove and simmer.
4.Add rest of the milk and keep stirring till it reaches the desired consistency ( little thinner than milkmaid or     condensed milk  ).
5. Add grated cheese (optional) and salt. Mix. Remove from flame.

  • Bread   -  2 slices
  • Ghee    -  1/2 tsp
  1. Toast the bread slices with little ghee till crisp (keep it in sim).


  • Boiled corn      -   little more than 1/2 cup
  • Onion              -   1tbs (1/2 medium sized onion finely chopped)
  • Tomato            -   1 tbs (1/2 medium sized tomato finely chopped)
  • Chilli powder    -   1/2 tsp
  • Dried fenugreek leaves or kauri methi -  2 - 3 tsps
  • Oil                    - 1 tsp
  • Salt
  • Italian seasonings (optional)

  1.  Heat oil in a kadai and add onions, saute for a minute.
  2. Add the tomatoes and saute again for a minute.
  3. Add the boiled corn, chilli powder, salt and half the kasuri methi.Saute.
  4. Add the white sauce and simmer for a minute.
  5. Add rest of the kasuri methi.
  6. Arrange the toast  on a plate and pour the corn-sauce mix over it.Serve hot.

1tbs =  3 tsp
Always crush kasuri methi in ur hands before you add for a better flavour.


  1. thanks for the recipe.

  2. thank you so much for this post. I'm in the US and constantly miss Eden's corn on toast! I'm looking forward to trying it out! God Bless! :-)

  3. I had marked this page ages ago and finally tried it today. It came out awesome and we all loved it. Thanks much for sharing the recipe.