These were delicious! I actually coined a phrase after eating the first one?YUM-AZING! I didn't have the bacon, so next time I make them they will be even that much better. I also used grape seed oil to fry them in - it's so light tasting. I use it with everything! Wonderful recipe and directions! My 6 yr old kept asking for more. That's a good sign!
Really tasty (and quick to make) for the whole family. When my husband read the recipe he thought it would taste bad, but when I put the fritters on the table he ate at least 4! My one-year-old also gobbled them up
My kale is abundant this year, so I tried these without bacon and I used olive oil. I did add a little more with each batch for crisp edges. Don't make them too big. I drizzle them with a little honey for flavor contrast. We love them! I don't use bacon alot, but next time I'll try some.
I have never had a fritter before and I am just trying Kale for the first time this year, I really enjoyed these fritters, they were easy and very tasty. I cut my bacon up small, fried it for a few minutes, then added my chopped onion, removed them to a paper towel with a slotted spoon, then fried the fritters in the same pan, as suggested. I did not add any additional oil to the pan, they are yummy!!!
We love this recipe. I have made it so many times, it's the reason I keep planting kale every winter! The corn/bacon combo is really good. Hubby and toddler both love them.
These were quite different to the corn fritters I usually make (I made the 'onion-no-bacon' version), much more substantial and very filling. I cooked these fritters as the main dish for a vegetarian meal, but having tried this I think they'd work better as a side dish. To avoid getting a plateful of scrambled fritter (!) I recommend: 1) cooking a few at a time, 2) not making the fritters too big and 3) don't be in too much of a hurry to turn them over.