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We haven't had a food or cooking-related thread for awhile....here is a recipe for yummy corn fritters in time (I hope) for the weekend.



1 can corn, drained

130g Gram flour (chick pea flour)

1/2 tsp baking powder mixed into flour

160-170 ml water or milk

3 spring onions chopped

3 green or mixed chilis chopped and deseeded

bunch of fresh coriander (if available) chopped

2 tsps coriander powder

2 tsps cumin powder/seed

1 tsp salt

1/2 tsp turmeric

1/2 tsp garamasala


Mix together well and fry HOT until deep golden brown, in plenty of oil - preferably oil without taste i.e. not olive oil.

1 tbsp of mix = 1 fritter. This recipe makes enough for about 16 fritters.


N.B. I don't think this recipe makes American corn fritters.


If you aren't used to frying with very hot oil....don't try this.


Ingredients: (not the ketchup!)



The mix:



The hot action - I couldn't see those patterns in the oil!






Yum. I made 16. I've eaten 10. [flapper] [flapper]


Recipes for the weekend anybody?


Best wishes for the 4th of July to all USA forum members and their families.

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I served these to Weird Al and he approved. For whatever that's worth.


Here's an American recipe for Hush Puppies (corn fritters):

-3 boxes of Jiffy corn muffin mix

-3 eggs, beaten

-2 or 3 fresh jalapenos w/ seeds, chopped fine

-1 can of corn, drained

-1 bunch green onions, chopped fine

-beer or whole milk, just enough to make a stiff batter

-oil for frying (canola, lard, peanut oil, etc)


Mix together first 5 ingredients while slowly adding beer or milk - just enough to form a very stiff batter. Heat oil to 365 degrees F. Using a small scoop with release lever or 2 small spoons, drop round balls of dough into the hot oil and fry til light brown and fully cooked. Serve immediately or hold in 150 degree oven up to 10 minutes. Serve with remoulade, tartar sauce, or Tex-Mex chile con queso.

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