Corn fritters bring me back to my childhood days. I clearly remember when my Mom would make these special “treats” for lunch [or even better, for dinner!]. She always served the fritters with a generous amount of Maple Syrup! I mean, seriously, what kid wouldn’t love these?!
They are about as easy as it gets to make and can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, dinner…or for a snack! Plus, they can be made 1,000 different ways [you’ll see variations of these little fritters in later posts].
Today, however; I’m making them the way my Mom made them for me. Super simple, quick and so delicious! I highly suggest making a batch of these!
Serves: 2 Time: 5 minutes
1 15oz can corn, drained
3-4 TBSP flour
1 TBSP butter
Drain corn and pour into a medium sized bowl. Add the egg and 2 TBSP of flour. Mix well. Continue to add flour until the consistency is fairly thick. Melt butter in a medium pan over medium heat. Spoon corn mixture into the heated pan [about the size of small pancakes]. Let them cook for about 1-2 minutes per side. Serve warm [and with syrup if you’re so inclined]!
**I apologize for the horrible pictures; I took these with my iPhone. I hope to someday have a better camera to capture these food pics!