By Evie* on September 15, 2001
Photo by Michcott43
Photo by Michcott43
"My kids use to make this at school, we have it as an alternative to potatoes, or a light weekend lunch."
Serving Size: 1 (136 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"These were AWESOME! Didn't make a single change. Total AWESOMENESS!!"
"Super corn fritters the family loved them ....ty for posting"
"Great recipe for using leftover cooked corn on the cob. Even got rave reviews from the hubby. This is a keeper."
"Absolutely fantastic! Used fresh white corn on the cob scraped off, and lightly steamed. Even though I had to convert the grams needed of corn, I added too much....used Asiago & Sharp Cheddar cheeses - the result was the best!!!"
"I made these as a quick and easy way to use up some canned corn I had in the cupboard. They turned out so lovely! Next time I might add some sauteed onions or chili powder to give them a little kick! But they were tasty as is with a little honey or ketchup (depending on your tastes!)"
"These were great! I added a handful of chopped jalapeno and a little garlic to take them a little further to the savory side. For an extra special treat, I may try adding a little bacon...mmmmm."
"I absolutely loved the flavor of these tasty little cakes! I added 1 T brown sugar because I love a sweet corn fritter and a pinch of cayenne for a bit of background heat, but otherwise made as written. They were a bit more dense and cakey than I expected, but still very good."
"tasty corn fritters... my toddlers liked them as they are, but the grown ups ate them with salsa. next time i think i would go with some of the pp's and add some onion and maybe some peppers.... they could use a little punch, but were still good!"
"I've never made corn fritters before, and these were not bad! I did use whole wheat flour instead of all purpose. Made them kind of fluffy. May have been better with the all purpose :)"
"Excellent recipe. Love the lovely crisp crust. These were just great with home made maple syrup. <br/>Had them with smoked pork sausage links."
"I am not going to rate this, as I did not follow the recipe completely. I left out the cheese, but I did find these fritters to be dry and lacking in flavor. They were cakey, like more of a pancake than a fritter. I think next time I will add sugar or honey, as I was expecting it to be a little sweeter."
"Quick and easy to make. Added 1/2 tsp MILD curry powder and 2 tbsp chopped chives thyme. Probably used about 1/2 cup cheese. They were very tasty! I like that this recipe does not use as much flour as some other recipes. Definitely a keeper, thanks for sharing."
"Awesome! I read some of the other suggestions about spicing it up, so I minced some onion, put some garlic powder, about 1/4C bisquick and some milk...BAM! I will for sure be making this again."
"So good! I had some leftover fresh corn, added a poblano pepper, about two tablespoons of fresh minced cilantro -- DELISH! Thanks for a great recipe!"
"I used fresh corn so I added buttermilk to moisten until it got to the right consistency. I loved the cheese. My kids added maple syrup to the tops of them. I served it with pulled bbq pork and a salad with homemade ranch dressing and it was a delicious combination!"
"ohhhhhhh man thats good stuff......i put some parrma chezz on them and they didnt last long ty for posting this one!"
"These fritters were well-flavored and had a great heft, but I would have preferred a more cakey fritter. I'll be reducing the corn when I next make this."
"yummo! great with tomato sauce (or ketchup depending what side of the globe you're on) :-)"