Corn Fritters


I remember being a little girl, and loving when my grandmother would make corn fritters. I found myself with a few ears of corn today, and decided that I would revisit one of my favorite childhood food memories by making them. 

Corn fritters are basically corn pancakes. They are filling and delicious, and when paired with a light side (like cucumber, onion, and tomato salad) they make a great meatless summer meal. 

The best thing about these are that they are easy and quick – perfect for something you just throw together. I typically cut the corn off the cob to make these, but you can certainly use whatever it is you have on hand. I like to add a little Old Bay to mine, and top them with sour cream. They are also very easy to adapt – add jalapenos for spice, cheese, bacon… the options are endless. 





Corn Fritters
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  1. 2 c. fresh corn
  2. 1 c. flour
  3. 2 tsp baking powder
  4. 1 tbsp corn meal
  5. 1 tsp sugar
  6. 1/2 tsp salt
  7. 1 tbsp melted butter
  8. 2/3 c. milk (may need to add a little more to thin batter)
  1. Mix together all ingredients except corn.
  2. Fold corn into batter.
  3. Fry on well greased griddle until golden brown.
  1. Top with butter, sour cream, cheese, or enjoy plain! It's up to you!

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