Recipe by Robert
"Corn fritters like my grandmother used to make them! Corn fritters are one of my favorite dishes and with the extra flavor kick from the added Parmesan cheese, you'll be sure to love this dish! Use canned corn or boiled corn off the cob."
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biscuit baking mix (such as Bisquick®)
ground black pepper to taste
shredded Parmesan cheese
whole kernel corn, drained
finely chopped onion
These corn fritters were great! I don't typically review but I felt compelled to do so since it currently only has one review. The batter was the perfect thickness to produce a fritter that was crunchy on the outside and nice and soft on the inside. I used freshly shredded parmesan cheese and I added an extra tablespoon of onion. I also reduced the butter to two tablespoons and used cooking spray (along with the vegetable oil) to try to cut down some of the fat. The recipe seems to be quite versatile. Next time I think I will try adding some garam masala or curry powder and green onions and/or chives.
Way too much corn and little else. No balance to flavor
These were delicious, will definitely be making again! I did change some things though, I added garlic to the batter and used cheddar cheese instead of shredded parm b/c thats what I had on hand. I also used double what the recipe said for bisquick in order to get the nice thick batter needed for the fritters to keep their shape in the fry pan.
Yum! (Okay I didn't really "measure" the ingredients and I substituted some veggies for others- sue me.) But these were SO tasty! I put corn, parm, onion, green pepper, and zucchini in mine. The fritters were a little cakey so I should have made the batter more runny. Served with a little lite sour cream! I bet leeks and beets would be good in them too. Next time!
These are really good! It made a batch of 8 silver dollar sized fritters. I made a few just as the recipe stated and then the rest I added some chopped jalapenos (2 tbsp for half of the batter) I liked the spicier ones better!
This was just the recipe I was looking for, nothing deep fried or too doughy. I made as directed but used leftover grilled corn cut off the cob. The oil/butter mix for frying was awesome, lots of butter flavor but the oil (I used olive) kept it from getting too dark batch after batch. I will absolutely make again, thanks for sharing!
I made these as directed (close as a non-measurer can at any rate) and they were perfect. My daughter and I ate the entire batch for supper. Always a plus when I can both make a new dish that is easy and comes out perfectly AND meet the picky desires of my kid!
Good base recipe. I didn't have onion, but I tossed in some diced green pepper and used cheddar cheese since that's what I had on hand. I made one fritter and thought it tasted bland. So I added plenty onion powder, garlic powder, season salt, black pepper, a dash of red pepper. This makes a delicious savory fritter that I've served with breakfast, lunch and dinner. Also, I've found that frying in too much butter and oil makes them greasy. I lightly coat a nonstick pan with olive oil and they turn out golden, but not oily.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Mema's Corn Fritters
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 161
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