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This recipe was great! Easy and fast.Served with a varity of syurps the family was asking for another batch.As I cook the last.

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Ron Goodwin November 16, 2002

My ex gobbles these things up and says they are good enough to be a snack. I like them too..must admit not as much as he does. I add a little more flour than the recipe calls for though.

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T Burton July 31, 2006

Wonderful! I used fresh corn scraped off the cob and followed the recipe. They were crunchy and sweet, just right! OH! I forgot, I did add about 1 T sugar...so tasty!

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Codychop March 12, 2006

We liked these a lot. We live at a higher altitude so I had to add more flour to get the batter to hold toghether. After, I drained my fritters I rolled them in granulated sugar. Thanks WJKing for your recipe.

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bullwinkle September 28, 2004

These were very easy and quick to make. The kids liked them better than the grown-ups did, but all in all, they were pretty good. Prepared them as written except I only used 2 Tbsp oil on the griddle. A 375 degree griddle was just right. ~Jeff's Girl Way Out West

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Jeff's Girl Way Out West April 05, 2006

These were great. Had them as a side dish, without syrup. Thanks so much for posting.

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smiles4u February 18, 2006
"Mennonite" Corn Fritters