Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Corn Fritters






2 cups fresh corn or canned corn (I used both creamed and kernal corn, adding probably more of the kernal than creamed)
2 eggs beaten
1/4 cup flour
1/2 tsp salt
1/8 tsp pepper
1 tsp baking powder
2 tablespoons cream
4 tablespoons butter, oil or margarine (I used my nonstick griddle and did not use any oil...it was better that way than using any oil)

1. Combine eggs, flour, baking powder, salt and pepper with the corn.
2 Mix thoroughly
3 Add cream to mixture
4 Melt fat in frying pan and drop corn mixture by spoonfuls (used a standard table spoon) into the hot fat (as I said before I did not use anything and just used by large rectangular griddle set at 375).
5 Brown on both sides.
6 Serve with syrup (I did not try this, I only sprinkled some with a little sugar and others I dipped in Franks Red Hot sauce)

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3 comments:

Heidi Lee said...

Everything looks DELISH!! Your recipes ROCK!

Bevy said...

It's been a very long time for me having Corn Fritters... have you ever tried this with leftover mashed potatoes? We call them mashed potato cakes.

Looks good!!

The DIY Show Off said...

Hi Andrea! I've never had these! Definitely something to bookmark. My husband does the cooking mostly because he enjoys it but I'll have to sneak these in.

:)

It's nice to meet you! I came over because you asked about the paint in my dining room and figured it'd be best to answer you here too. We used Benjamin Moore Raccoon Hollow on the walls and 2 shades lighter on the swatch for the ceiling so that the crown molding would pop and not blend with it.

I love Victorian homes! Lucky girl! We'd definitely have one if it wasn't for the fact that my husband wanted more land (the ones here are in town) so our 80+ year old farmhouse was the next best thing.

Off to check out more of you blog! Have a great Thanksgiving week!

Roeshel