Guest Recipe: Corn Fritters

Another guest recipe from my mum. Her favourite easy light lunch is to whip up some corn fritters from her handy Alison Holst’Meals without meat cookbook. They also make a delicious and healthy snack. This recipe is super easy and resulting corn fritters are really yummy, especially when served with some homemade salsa. First up, chuck an egg in a bowl and whisk it up a bit with a fork. Drain the can of corn, but keep the liquid because you’re going to use it later. Add the corn kernels, flour, and three tablespoons of the liquid from the corn. Mix it all together until just combined. If the batter looks too thick and clumpy add a bit more of the corn liquid.

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Heat up a frying pan a spoon in about a dessertspoonful of batter. Let it cook until the bottom is brown and bubbles have started to form on the top, then flip and let the other side cook for a minute or two until browned.

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Ingredients

  • 1 egg
  • 3-4 tbsp of liquid from corn
  • 1 400g can of corn kernels
  • 1 cup of self-raising flour

Method

  1. Chuck an egg in a bowl and whisk it up a bit with a fork.
  2. Drain the can of corn, but keep the liquid because you’re going to use it later.
  3. Add the corn kernels, flour, and three tablespoons of the liquid from the corn.
  4. Mix it all together until just combined. If the batter looks too thick and clumpy add a bit more of the corn liquid.
  5. Heat up a frying pan a spoon in about a dessertspoonful of batter. Let it cook until the bottom is brown and bubbles have started to form on the top, then flip and let the other side cook for a minute or two until browned.

 

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