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Update April 2020: We have been making this a lot since staying at home and so have you! In fact, you all have gone crazy for them in recent weeks!
And I understand why!
They are the best comfort food!
Savory, warm and bready and soooo quick and easy to make!
Plus they are made with ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen!
Happy you’re loving them too!
If you follow my Instagram stories, you know my son LOVES these savory corn fritters.
We’ve been making them for yearrrrs and lately he eats them often as an after school “snack” (can you say teen boy appetite?).
If he’s home, he’ll make them but often I’ll make them and he’ll eat in the car on the way to an after school commitment.
He loves them so much because they are crisp on the outside, irresistibly light, moist and airy on the inside.
And… they are warm, bready are melt-in-your-mouth yummy!
Total comfort food and so satisfying!
They are just like freshly made bread but with only 6 ingredients and super quick and easy to make.
All you need is:
gluten-free flour (we use GFJules – affiliate link)
fresh or frozen corn (we almost always use frozen)
salt and pepper.
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Back to the gluten-free corn fritters.…
They are delicious all year round and we normally make them with frozen corn but they are particularly yummy with fresh corn off the cob!
And they are come together quickly! 20 minutes beginning to end.
All you do is mix all the ingredients in one bowl!
I do however, find it best to mix flour and baking powder.
Then add the egg and milk.
Then add the corn, scallions, salt and pepper.
This order of allows for the best flavor.
Then pan fry them in a large saute pan with a little olive oil until golden on both sides!
When we removed them from the pan, I usually like to put them on a paper-towel lined plate just to absorb any extra oil.
But since being home, my son has liked placing them on a baking rack… he thinks they are even crispier that way!
These savory gluten-free corn fritter will satisfy your craving for something warm and bready. Crisp the outside and irresistible light, moist & airy inside. Just like fresh bread, but so much easier and quicker to make, they are melt-in-your mouth yummy! Recipe adapted from Cooking Light. . Recipe doubles well.
Course: Sides, Snacks
Cuisine: Gluten-Free, Vegetarian
Servings: 5-6 fritters
Author: Healthy Gluten-free Family
1/2cupAll Purpose Gluten- Free Flour with xanthum gumwe use GF Jules -- affiliate link
1/3cupfat free milk
1 1/2cupfresh or frozen corn kernelsthawed or canned corn, drained and rinsed
1/3cupfinely chopped green onionsor more to taste, lately we’ve using 1/2 cup and loving it!
Olive oil for frying
Note: Not sure exactly sure why but the order of operations matters here
Combine flour and baking powder in a large bowl.
Add egg and milk. Miix well until smooth.
Stir in salt, pepper, corn and green onions
Heat olive oil in a large non stick skillet.. Drop batter in spoonfuls onto hot oil to make 5-6 fritters.
Cook approximately 3 minutes, flip and slightly flatten fritters with the back of the spatula. Cook another 5 minutes until golden on both sides. (you may need to re-flip and cook a minute or two to make the first side more golden)
Hi! My name is Karen, and I’m the mom in our Healthy Gluten-Free Family. My posts and pictures here and on Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook and Twitter are labors of love that allow me to share a very personal journey with you, one our family has taken together — learning, experimenting and sharing how to raise a healthy happy gluten-free family. Read more ...