I’ve been a bit obsessed with vegetable fritters, ever since I had sweetcorn and courgette ones at Caravan in King’s Cross, which is across the road from my office, off the breakfast menu. These are some I’ve adapted from a Waitrose recipe. They don’t contain courgette, although there’s no reason why you couldn’t replace half the sweetcorn with courgette if you wanted to. I just haven’t, yet.
These are a regular lunch for me. I make a batch and have it across two days as it makes about six fritters.
What you need
1 x 326g can of sweetcorn (or 250g of actual corn off the cob/frozen)
75g self raising flour
65ml semi skimmed milk
3 salad onions, sliced
some coriander (about a tablespoon’s worth)
A bit of oil to fry them.
I serve these with a rocket, avocado, tomato salad dressed with extra virgin olive oil and lime juice and a smear of Tracklements chilli jam.
What you do
Put the corn, flour, egg and milk with the salad onions and the coriander in a bowl with a pinch of salt. Mix together well.
Heat the oil in a frying pan and drop about two tablespoons of the mixture per fritter (see what size you want them to be). Cook for about 3 mins each side and presto pronto. Ready to eat.