Sunday, November 28, 2010

Corn Fritters

I made these sometime ago when corns were at their peak during summer. I will usually grill or boil it but this time I made some fritters out of it. I used a bit of oil to pan fried them in a non stick pan and it turn out more like a pancakes. The fritters were crispy on the edges and tender in the middle. We had this with my homemade chili sauce.


2 cups corn kernels
1/2 cup chopped shrimps
1 egg
1/2 cup flour
1/4 cup cornmeal
1 small onion
¼ cup chopped cilantro
4 spring onions – chopped
2 red chilies – chopped
½ tsp baking powder
¼ tsp turmeric powder
Salt and pepper to taste
enough water to hold the batter together

1. Put one cup of corn kernels, shrimps, and onions in a food processor. Give it a few pulses until all ingredients are roughly chopped. Remove to a mixing bowl.
2. Add in all the rest of the ingredients and mix well. Set it aside to rest for 15 minutes.
3. Heat up some vegetable oil (just enough oil) to coat the bottom of a non stick frying pan. Drop 1 tbsp of batter into the pan. Fry both side of the fritters until golden brown (about 2 minute per side).
4. Transfer fritters to paper towels to drain the oil. Serve immediately with some chili sauce.


Zue Murphy said...

I like the shape of your corn fritters. Do you use round mould?

vanillasugarblog said...

i've had corn fritters on my to bake list for months. i wanted to make them with chutney. but now you've made them with shrimp. that is perfect. i love these.
hope all is well with you, never see you anymore. have a wonderful holiday season my dear. love your new site design.

Unknown said...

Oh I love it with your sauce too, great combo of flavors

Honey Bee Sweets said...

This must be so good with some chili sauce, yummy! I would very much want to try this but a bit lazy to fry, lol!

Shereen said...

Besides Pavlova, Corn fritters is the next most popular iconic Kiwi dish.Almost every cafe will serve this snack with chutney.Yours look good...can open your own cafe already!!

Katie said...

I make these quite often for lunch when I have leftover corn. Great serves with chilli sauce

busygran said...

These are lovely snacks and with chilli sauce, it's great!

ann low said...

Love this finger food with corn kernels. Will give this a try :)

Angie's Recipes said...

I could eat a dozen! They look yummy!

Cooking Gallery said...

I love Asian fritters. I used to eat corn fritters from time to time as snacks when I was little - this brings back memories :)!

Love2cook Malaysia said...

I can have those fritter any time ya! Simply tempting ones ;)

Noob Cook said...

how I love this type of savoury snacks, I wish I can bite into one now ;)

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

this is best to serve over tea time!

3 hungry tummies said...

I can eat quite a few of these at a go, looks fabulous!

Yummy Bakes said...

I did pumpkin fritters yesterday.

My Little Space said...

I can imagine the crunchy crust with a little sweetness in it! Pretty tempting! Thanks for sharing & hope you're enjoying your day.

Little Corner of Mine said...

Looks delicious!

mycookinghut said...

Looks very good! I don't mind to snack on this now.

Kitchen Corner said...

Woah! Very crispy and delicious! Good snack for party food!

Cheah said...

Wonderful finger food! Never thought of making fritters with corn. Btw what's name of that veggie in your pic?

ICook4Fun said...

Zue, nope. Just a spoon.

Vanillasugar, thanks for asking. I am well. You too have a wonderful holiday season.

Jennifurla, thanks.

Bee Bee, yes especially with the homemade chili sauce.

Shereen, the restaurant here normally don't serve corn fritters. Me opening a lah. Too much work provided you want to be my partner since you cook so well :)

Katie, yes it is.

Busygran, thank you.

Anncoo, hope you like it.

ICook4Fun said...

Angie, thanks.

Cooking Gallery, me too. Any kind of fritters :)

Love2cook, yes typical of us Malaysia. Love our fritters :)

Noobcook, I too prefer savory snacks to the sweet kind.

Sonia, yes it is.

3 hungry tummies, thank you.

ICook4Fun said...

Yummy Koh, pumpkin fritters sounds good too. I have to try that.

Kristy, yes especially when you bite into the corns.

Leemei, come over to my house and we can have some with tea :)

Grace, yes it is.

Cheah, the veggie is red leaf lettuce.

tigerfish said...

Really tasty snacks! I will try them if I feel like it is a "frying" day.