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These were great - very easy & cheap. Next time I'll add some curry powder as well. Served with avocado salsa: A big hit!!! Thanks for posting this (^-^)

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Mellowpuff July 17, 2009

I just loved this recipe, all my other efforts at making corn fritters were never crispy, these were and even my corn hating DH had seconds, thank you am going to try other veg in this batter.

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lindseylcw May 07, 2007

Lovely and very easy. The only change I made was to add a little bit of seasoning salt, cayenne pepper, and garlic powder with the other seasonings. Excellent. Served them as a side dish and my family loved them. Thanks for posting. We'll definately try them at some point with zucchini instead of celery as Jewelies recommended too. Sounds good.

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littleturtle September 18, 2006

These are really good! I would have to agree that the rice flour makes a difference, I reduced the water slightly and seasoned with seasoning salt, pepper and garlic powder along with the other spices. thanks for a great recipe!...Kitten:)

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Kittencal@recipezazz May 11, 2006

These are tasty and very easy to make. Dave and Amber made them! Rice flour certainly does crisp them up. We used zucchini instead of celery but this was just personal taste. We did find that we needed to add some salt. Next time I will also add some cayenne, again for personal taste. Love the sprinkle of lemon over the top! Thanks Shaz :)

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Jewelies September 22, 2005

These were great! The rice flour really makes the difference, I think. These were a lot easier to make than I was thinking they would be, and not as messy as other battered food recipes I've tried. Next time I make these, I think I will put more kinds of veggies in. I was thinking peas, sliced okra, grated carrot, and broccoli would work nicely.

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m a n t e e g a July 11, 2005
Shaza's Favourite Corn Fritters