This is very easy and the result is better than most restaurant breakfasts. I served them with a slice of sour dough and a poached egg. The other good thing about this recipe is everything is prepared up front, then you just create the stacks and serve. Great recipe!
This was amazing. I made this for a light supper the other day, and every single person ate it all. That's a very rare feat in this household! While the entire thing was enjoyable, the corn fritters were definitely the clear winner from the group, and I've been asked to make them again already. Thanks for sharing!
With all the fresh corn coming from the garden decided to try this for something different, oh my - was it good, rave reviews from everyone, and requests for a repeat performance. I followed the directions for mixing and really think the processer step for blending half of it is a must. Where I did go a little different was in the frying, decided to deep fry, dropping the dough by the spoonful into the hot oil, the end result was light, fluffy inside with a delightful crisp outside. One of the best recipes I've made lately. Thanks for posting
Decided to try this with all of the fresh summer ingredients we have in MI right now. I ended up using peppered bacon and skipped the chili paste in the salsa. My family LOVED it! Not only is it beautiful, but delicious and healthy. It would be very simple to make this gluten free by substituting the flour with almond flour (1/2 cup btw- I had to convert a few things since this is from Australia :) The corn fritters were a little challenging, but worth the effort- delicious! We are going to make the avocado salsa again this week as a side dish! I served this for dinner with BLT's on yummy bread and added pesto to the mayo to kick it up a bit.
I rated this recipe 5 stars even though I haven't made it yet because I can tell from the ingredients how delicious these are. Thanks for sharing your recipe! Sylvieann