Our favourite sweetcorn fritter recipe. Easy Sunday lunch, with rocket salad. Kids love Pete Evans green goddess dressing and eating lots more salad and taken a liking to the peppery taste of rocket which we have growing in abundance in the garden. Pre Thermomix days, nothing edible would grow in the garden usually from lack of watering and feeding. But it’s amazing how our focus on healthy eating has somehow transformed a bare herb garden into something that adds regularly to our meals. More than ever before determined to keep replanting herbs and loving the fact we can go pick some greens straight from the garden for our salads.
- 2 eggs
- 1/4 c milk
- 3/4 c self raising flour
- 1 can creamed corn
- 1 can whole kernel corn, drained
- salt and pepper
- Separate egg yolks, place eggs whites into TM bowl with butterfly and beat speed 3.5 till fluffy and set aside
- Add yolks, milk, flour, corn, salt and pepper blend in reverse speed 3 until combined
- Fold in egg whites to mixture and fry tablespoons of batter over medium heat, turn over when mixture starts to bubble.
What takes this ordinary fritter into something with a bit more kick is this artisan pickle which we bought from fabulous Farros. At $20 a jar definately a treat, but it’s homemade and an award winning prawn balcháo. The Kashmin chilli and curry leaves provide a bit of heat and warmth to our lunch.