Thursday, September 27, 2007

Corn Fritters

I have found a new recipe for corn fritters and, being bored of 'the usual', decided to give them a whirl.

2/3 C self raising flour
1 egg, lightly beaten
2/3 C water
4 corn cobs with corn cut from cob
1/2 onion, finely diced or minced
Salt and pepper to taste
Oil spray

Mix the flour, egg and water to form a batter. Whisk thoroughly and set aside for 10 minutes.
Add corn, onions and season to taste. Cook about 1/3 C patties on medium heat for about 5 minutes each side or until golden brown.

Variations: I was really pleased with these but if I wasn't a vege I would recommend some crispy bacon to be added to the mix.

Variation 2: What about adding some curry flavors and serving with a raita on the side.

Variation 3: The original recipe called for lots of coriander but as I am not a fan, and was concerned that there would be 'too much' green I left it out. Obviously I could have used parsley instead.

Serving 1: Serve with a green salad

Serving 2: Serve with a tomato, basil and avocado salsa, even with some spicy wedges

Serving 3: Serve as a burger

4 comments:

Gale said...

Sooo yumi, thats what bell and i are having for dinner..this is my usual christmas fare...on boxing day morning...when everyone groans at the mention of more ham...and i can just keep making them as family come through the door...

Ali said...

thanks for that recipe! I am trying to cook more things and build up my cooking confidence and this recipe looks simple enough :)

Mountaingirl said...

Go for it Ali - I only ever cook easy things. I have other recipes on the blog if they are of interest ....

Gale said...

made them last night for dinner, they went with slices of chickenbreast, marinated in lime and pepper, sauteed..tossed in a salad...

The first fritters were flipping disaster (used frozen corn!)..and the oil wasnt hot enough...but the next were reasonalble looking and tasted fab...

ta darlin