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Gail's sweetcorn feta fritters

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1 med can sweetcorn kernels (drained)
1 red chilli de-seeded and chopped
3 chopped spring onions
75 g crumbled feta cheese
75g self raising flour
1 egg whisked with 50 ml water
Salt and pepper to taste
Canola oil for shallow frying
Mix all above ingredients together to a lumpy batter.
Heat canola oil in pan over low medium heat.
Spoon spoonfuls of batter into oil and cook for 2 minutes then flip fritter and cook the other side further until done.
Prepared, tried and tested by:Β Gail Haselsteinerβ€Ž

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6 thoughts on “Gail's sweetcorn feta fritters”

  1. Hi Esme,
    Your recipe looks like potato pancakes, also called latkes.
    Congratulations on being Danny Ray’s featured blogger yesterday. I was his featured blogger too!
    Maybe you can check out my blog if you need a blogging tip or two. That’s what I write about.

    • Thank you for dropping by. I am so glad to ‘meet’ you Janice and for sure I will connect and follow you as I need any and all help to get this baby fish to become a strong a big fish in this cyperpond. Thanks again. Hope you will also follow and enjoy the recipes


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