This tangy roasted baby corn recipe is full of flavor and super easy to make! It makes a great side dish and is ready in just 20 minutes.
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💡 The recipe in a nutshell
- Vegan (no eggs & dairy-free)
- Gluten free
- Ready in just 20 minutes
- Great appetizer and/or side dish
To make this tangy roasted baby corn recipe you need just a few ingredients and herbs:
- Canned baby corn (I like to use Ty Ling's Stir Fry Corn)
- Sesame oil
- Agave syrup
- Paprika powder
- Za'atar seasoning
- Sea salt and black pepper
Why Ty Ling? Ty Ling offers a wide range of delicious and authentic Asian products. Their stir fry corn and sesame oil are rich in flavor and easy to use and give this recipe the perfect aromas.
💭 Common questions
Can you roast baby corn? Yes, you can most definitely roast baby corn. For this recipe roast the corn in your preheated oven.
How to roast baby corn? To roast baby corn, preheat your oven to 400F (200C). Toss baby corn in oil (or vegan butter, or marinade), and add to a baking sheet with foil. Bake and enjoy!
How long do you roast baby corn? Raw baby corn should be roasted for 20 to 25 minutes. Roast canned, or boiled baby corn for around 15 minutes.
Tangy Roasted Baby Corn
- bowl, whisk, baking sheet, foil
- Preheat the oven to 400°F / 200°C and drain the corn.
- In a small bowl combine sesame oil, garlic, agave, paprika, cumin, za'tar, salt, and pepper. Squeeze a lemon and add juice to the bowl. Whisk everything together to create a marinade.
- Drain the cans of baby corn and pat dry.
- Line a baking sheet with foil and add baby corn to the sheet. Brush with marinade until all corn is covered. Pour any remaining marinade over and stir the corn around. Put into the oven and bake for 15 - 20 minutes.
- Garnish with sliced green onions. Season with additional salt, pepper, and red pepper flakes if desired. Serve and enjoy!
The provided nutritional information is an estimate. Accuracy is not guaranteed.