Saturday, September 12, 2009

Corn Fritters

Bella would make these every day if I let her, which I don't. Easily made dairy-free.

*Corn Fritters*

Mix:
2 c. fresh or frozen corn
1/3 c. milk or rice milk
1 egg
1 t. sugar
1/2 t. baking powder
1/4 c. cornmeal
1/4 c. flour
just until blended.

Heat a small amount of oil in a large skillet, and drop large soupspoonfuls of batter in to fry over medium heat.

19 comments:

Anna said...

yumm...this sounds like something my husband would love. I have frozen creamed corn, would you reduce the milk?

Lisateresa said...

Oh, my mother used to make corn fritters, but so long ago and I don't have her recipe. She made many vegetable fritters, come to think of it. I'll have to try this - we have corn in the freezer!

Dawn said...

Anna-
How strange that I was lamenting the loss of my favorite corn fritter recipe just today...and two hours ago found a canister of corn meal in my pantry and wondered what new and exciting things I could do with it...

In Christ,
Dawn

Regan Family Farm said...

I'll be trying these with raw milk and a gluten-free flour mixture...hoping for good texture and flavor!

Laura said...

My Gabe will be delighted.
Thanks for the easy peasy recipe.
{{* *}}

Lucille said...

Also nice made with ricotta instead of milk as I did yesterday! The recipe is in Sarah Raven's Garden Cookbook. Do you know of her in the States?

Becky said...

Isn't this timely???? I am making black bean soup for lunch and was just hunting for a corn bread recipe. This will be perfect. Thank you to both you and Bella!!

Christine said...

Also easily made Gluten Free with a couple of adjustments!

Brenda@CoffeeTeaBooks said...

I needed this today. I have about six ears of corn that we didn't get around to shucking last week.

It will be perfect for that corn. Thank you!

minivanlife said...

Must give this a try! Thanks!

http://www.minivanlife.wordpress.com

Abutton said...

How does one serve corn fritters?

Kathryn said...

I appreciate the dairy-free recipes since we have a dairy free teen at our house. Thanks

Rose said...

Hello Anna and thank you. We have a lovely cafe beside a local beach where we very occasionally eat Sunday breakfast. My husband loves their corn fritters, so I'll certainly try these. BTW, they serve them with rocket (argula to you?) and roast tomatoes and capsicums (peppers).

Anonymous said...

A silly question...
Do you have to thaw the corn before mixing??
These sound delicious. Bella is going to be the next Great Chef!
Heatherj

Jen said...

I grew up in Pennsylvania Dutch Country and these are a staple there! We LOVE them hot with butter on them. My dad also eats them with maple syrup on the.

You MUST get one of these if you don't have one.

http://www.leemfgco.com/corn.asp

It makes the corn so juicy and milky that all I do is add a bit of flour until they stick together and that's it! We had them a few weeks ago for dinner. You can see how they turned out here.

http://peaceinthepandemonium.blogspot.com/2009/08/friday-dinner.html

Karla said...

This recipe sounds wonderful!

Just wanted to say how thankful I am to have found your blog, as a fellow homeschooling mom. Day by day, I have been enjoying reading through your archives. I have already found many recipes that are keepers! (I have a dairy free child, too.)

Thank you for the encouragement that you are to me, and many others, I'm sure!

Becky said...

Your corn fritters were a hit with the black bean soup on Sunday afternoon. Thanks for the recipe.

Heather said...

I made these for dinner tonight and they were yummy! My husband remember a slightly sweeter version he used to enjoy at a favorite eatery. Thanks for sharing one of Bella's favorites!

LollyChops said...

I got this recipe link from Becky after seeing the ones she posted! I can hardly wait to give them a try! Thanks for the recipe!

Related Posts with Thumbnails