Good Old Corn Fritters

Well you just can’t beat a plate of Corn Fritters with Sour Cream and Homemade Sauce for lunch. Pile up the plate and pass it around!
This quick and easy recipe has been adapted from a retro Watties recipe that used to be printed on Tins of Creamed Corn – it calls for considerably less flour than some more modern Corn Fritter recipes.

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For around 10 Corn Fritters you will need:
1x 300gm Can of Creamed Corn OR use Corn off the Cob from your garden, mashing half the kernals and leaving the other half whole
1 Free Range Egg – Beaten
2 Rashers Bacon – Diced
1/4 Onion – Finely Diced
1 Garlic Clove – Crushed, Peeled and Diced
1/4 tsp Minced Chilli
Fresh Parsley – Chopped
Salt and Pepper
Grated Cheese -Optional
3 Tbsp Flour – Use 2 1/2 Tbsp if using Wholemeal or Sub for Almond Flour to make it Gluten Free
1/2 Tbsp Baking Powder

In a bowl mix together all the ingredients except for the Flour and Baking Powder. Then sift in the Flour and Baking Powder and gently stir to combine. Melt a knob of Butter in your frying pan and drop in Tablespoon size balls of batter. Flip when bubbles appear on the surface of each Fritter and continue to cook until Golden.

Serve with Sour Cream and Homemade Sweet Chilli or Tomato Sauce and Enjoy!

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