Recipe by TEGAPIE
"Delicious corn fritters that can easily be whipped up in an instant. Great with yogurt-mint sauce, or as 'bread' for a tomato, pepper, and basil sandwich."
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curry powder, or more to taste
1 (16 ounce) can
whole kernel corn
olive oil for frying, as needed
I have had corn fritters before, but never thought to add curry (I doubled it because I like the flavor). They are simple and tasty with salt on top, but I do wish I had used the suggestion to make some kind of sauce. Also, I drained the can of corn although it isn't specified whether or not to do so and used regular milk rather than soy.
I was hoping to find a recipe similar to my mom's fritters, however I liked the idea of adding curry for something different. After mixing in the egg, soy milk, and salt, I had a thick goopy mess, similar to biscuit mix. I have no idea how you could get a "thin consistency" unless you add at least twice as much liquid. I added an extra half cup of milk. When I added the corn, I also added the corn liquid. I still could not get a good consistancy. The fritters were flavorless and I couldn't taste any curry --- just salt and flour. Sorry but I'll never be making these again.
When I started making this, I had a huge gluey glob; I had to add twice the amount of milk, and then some more after adding the corn. I tasted the batter and it was really lacking flavor so I added some Madras Curry Mustard I have on hand. This helped a lot, but it still needed something. After cooking them, I ate it with Mango Chutney- they were pretty tasty, but it really needs something else; haven't put my finger on what yet.
It sounded better than it tasted...I added some jalepenos to give it a little kick which made it better. I think it does need some sort of sauce
The flour to liquid ratio is way off on this recipe. There is no way I could even get the flour incorporated with just 1 egg and 1/2 liquid. It was also missing some sort of leavening. Second time I added a tsp of baking powder to the batter, but it was still missing something. A good basic concept, but the proportions need work and there is a missing flavor component (like a little heat or citrus or something to brighten the flavor).
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Curried Corn Fritters
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 49
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