Corn (मकई)

Corn is another name for maize. Corn is used all over the world in different forms, eaten cooked or raw. It is a cereal grain. They are bright yellow in color. Corn on the cob is a delight during monsoon.

The seeds of maize are called corn kernels or sweet corn because of their sweet and milky flavor. Corn and the flour made from it known as cornmeal are a staple food in many regions.

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Baby Corn Sesame Recipe

Baby corn is an excellent source of B vitamins. Baby corn provides folic acid, thiamin, riboflavin, and niacin. B vitamins contribute to digestion. Folates are also used in the amino acid synthesizing process. Breaking down and synthesizing amino acids is vital to building new cells, such as red blood cells. 

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Protein is a second macronutrient that the body also needs in high amounts. It functions to repair cells, build muscles and boost the immune system. Sweet corn has a moderate amount of protein for a vegetable. A 1-cup serving contains just over 5 grams. The total recommended daily intake of protein is 46 grams for women and 56 grams for men.

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Corn Feta Cheese Salad Recipe

This Summer Corn Salad is a light, flavorful Salad filled with corn, tomatoes, mint leaves, feta cheese . It’s perfect for get-together.

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Cornmeal Idli Recipe

Corn is rich is in Vitamin B12, folic acid and iron which helps in the production of red blood cells in the body. It helps in reducing the risk of Anaemia, by supplying enough of the nutrients required to produce fresh Red blood cells.

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Corn Avocado Salad Recipe

This Corn Avocado Salad is a fresh and light side dish perfect for summer potlucks. Grill the corn for a little extra something special.

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Sweet Corn & Peas Upma Recipe

Corn is packed with high nutrients which are useful for a human body in many ways. It ensures idyllic functioning of several internal systems such as cell generation and prevents constipation and various other digestive problems. It is a boon for diabetic people. This nutrient packed starchy snack is low in total fat and has no saturated fat, sodium or cholesterol. It is high in vitamin C and a good source of fiber.

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Corn (Makai) Chilla Recipe

Cornis rich is in Vitamin B12, folic acid and iron which helps in the production of red blood cells in the body. It helps in reducing the risk of Anaemia, by supplying enough of the nutrients required to produce fresh Red blood cells.

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Corn Poha Recipe

Corn is rich is in Vitamin B12, folic acid and iron which helps in the production of red blood cells in the body. It helps in reducing the risk of Anaemia, by supplying enough of the nutrients required to produce fresh Red blood cells.

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Broccoli Corn Salad Recipe

Broccoli is packed with high quantum of carotenoids which can do wonders for your eye sight and eye health. It is especially rich in lutein, a naturally occurring carotenoid which helps maintain good eyesight and night vision. Lutein can also benefit your heart health and circulation.

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Makka Aloo Methi Paratha Recipe

A cup of enriched yellow corn flour has 416 calories and 4.4 grams of total fat, with almost no saturated fat. It has 11 grams of protein and 89 grams of total carbohydrates, including 75 grams of starches. This amount of the flour provides 7.3 grams of dietary fiber, which can help lower your cholesterol levels and may reduce your risk of constipation.

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Corn Chaat Recipe

Corn is rich is in Vitamin B12, folic acid and iron which helps in the production of red blood cells in the body. It helps in reducing the risk of Anaemia, by supplying enough of the nutrients required to produce fresh Red blood cells.

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Sweet Corn Puree Soup Recipe

Corn contains multiple nutrients that can bring benefits to the body. When it comes to the diet, sweet corn works well as a side dish, or an ingredient in soups, salads or casseroles. By combining it with other foods, you can boost the nutrient content even more.

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