Thursday, June 4, 2015

Sweet Corn Fritters | How to make Sweet Corn Fritters

For the second day of Fritters, I am making the American version of Corn Fritters. Indian version of fritters is mostly made with Gram flour or Besan and is not sticky. Whereas this version, since I do not use eggs, tends to be little on the sticky side. Also on cooling, it will also become chewy or hard, depending on the consistency and frying.

Though I do not recommend burning yourself as you pop a hot fritter into your mouth, do take care to eat as soon as its manageable. This is not something you can make ahead and keep nor serve later. This is eat as you cook dishes.

Even though Chinnu loves corn, he refused to eat the fritters. So it was Konda who enjoyed it completely. Not to mention yours truly as well! This is one of my favorite theme. Not that I wait for a chance to make fritters, in general, I am now treading more towards avoiding it. Please do not be under the misconception of diet or healthy, its purely being lazy! If somebody makes for me, then I am all for it.

These delicious fritters goes for my Kids Delight event, hosted by Sandhya themed on Snacking all the way.


Sweet Corn Fritters

Ingredients Needed:

Fresh Sweet Corn / Canned Cob - 2 cups
All purpose flour -1  cup
Yellow Cornflour/ cornmeal - 2 tbsp
Salt to taste
Baking powder a pinch
Pepper powder
Milk as required to make the batter
Oil for deep frying.

How to make the Sweet corn Fritters

I used boiled vacuum packed corn cob.

Using a sharp knife, shave the corn kernels off the cob.

Wash and take that in a mixing bowl, add the flours, salt, pepper, baking powder. Combine everything well.

Then slowly add the milk to get a dropping consistency.

Heat a pan of oil, once hot, using a spoon, drop in small spoonful of batter into the hot oil.

Let it brown well, while the flame is low. Do not crowd the pan, and fry in batches on both sides.

Drain using a slotted spoon on to a kitchen towel.

Serve immediately with a dip.

Notes:

All purpose flour and milk will make this sticky, so you got to use two spoons to drop in the batter.

Cook on low flame to cook through the fritters.

Eat right away, else it will become hard.

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25 comments :

Usha said...

I love corn in any form. Corn fritters look good.

Priya Suresh said...

Very dangerously addictive corn fritters, i have tried this fritters but with egg in it..Well done.

Suma Gandlur said...

I make Indian version corn fritters and can guess how good these must have tasted,

Rajani S said...

New recipe to me. Sounds interesting though.

The Pumpkin Farm said...

i like the corn fritters as well...i think when you add ice cold water or milk it wont be as sticky...the size of your fritters seems perfect, i end up making either too small or big somehow...

Jaisy James said...

never tried corn fritters, will do soon yummy

praba bubesh said...

yellow crispy goodness..love it a lot...

Sarita said...

Corn fritters looks too yummy.. Nicely done.

Archana Potdar said...

These look yum. I am all for someone frying them for me....too:D

Sapana Behl said...

I also made them for this theme. Perfectly made fritters..

Chef Mireille said...

looks so nice and crispy

Padma Rekha said...

I tried Indian version of corn fitters these looks good will try next time... but when ever I by sweet corn that will be disappear in no time so I don't get chance to make a dish with it,have to hide next time:)

Harini-Jaya R said...

I have always felt that corn fritters absorb more oil and usually stay away. But these look very tempting.

sushma said...

lovely snack

vaishali sabnani said...

Corn fritters taste amazing and are one of the most popular ones, would love to dig in !

Sandhya Ramakrishnan said...

Such a lovely fritter! Love the fresh corn kernels in the fritters. Also making the batter with milk is interesting :)

Varadas Kitchen said...

Interesting batter, love the use of fresh corn. Nice summer snack,

Pavani N said...

Love fresh corn in the fritters. They must have tasted yummy!!

Kalyani said...

Corn is a favourite back home N these look good

Padmajha PJ said...

Now I have to buy corn just to make these. The kids love corn in any form!!Looks very tempting Srivalli...

Priya Srinivasan said...

Never tried fritters using fresh corn, looks yum!! I too keep away from fritters for the same reason, Lazzzzyy!!!!

Anonymous said...

I will try this tq.

veena krishnakumar said...

Never made these fritters. Looks so good

sneha datar said...

These are so addictive, would'nt be able to stop eating these fritters.

Sowmya :) said...

Love corn...these look crispy and yummy!

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