Thursday, August 20, 2009

Corn And Prawn Fritters

HOW do you stop at one?

I made these Corn And Prawn Fritters again. Couldn't resist. Saw the beautiful sweet corn while buying groceries and had to (HAD TO!) grab them.


The last time I made them with leeks. Today, I used loads of spring onions. Mmm Mmm. Finger-lickin' good.


HOW do you say no to these? Bliss ... really.

Recipe
(adapted from recipe by Amy Van, Today newspaper)
Or if you want photo references, check out my older post here.

- 150g fresh prawns (shelled, deveined and chopped into small chunks)
- 2 ears sweet corn (peeled, washed, kernels removed from cob)
- 2 shallots (peeled and chopped)
- 1 stalk spring onions, chopped
- 1 red chilli (seeds removed, sliced or chopped)
- 300g flour
- 1 tsp baking powder
- 375 ml water
- Oil for deep-frying
- Salt, to taste
- Pepper, to taste

1. Sift flour and baking powder into a bowl. Add salt and pepper. Slowly stir in water to obtain a thick batter (batter should slowly drip off the spoon).

2. Add prawns, shallots, sweet corn, spring onions and chilli to the batter. Stir until well-mixed.

3. Heat the oil in a skillet over medium-high heat. Drop 1 tbsp of batter into the oil, one at a time, until the skillet is filled up. Make sure your have sufficient space in between fritters so that they don't stick. Flip the fritters to ensure that both sides are browned. Fry in batches.

4. Remove the fritters from skillet and drain on paper towels (I find tempura paper better).

5. Serve with dips, although they are lovely on their own.

15 comments:

  1. I am making this over this weekend, it sounds delish. Thank you for the recipe!

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  2. Looks really yummy! love the corn!

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  3. Oh lala..I have prawns upstairs......What's a girl to do? I have already thought of something else.. and have no fresh corn..so we will have to make a special night of this one evening..

    Honestly your photos make me want to take a bite out of them..or two:)

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  4. How can people resist these tasty morsels? haha

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  5. I love them too! Can't stop munching of them while frying them. Dangerously moreish!

    P/S Thanks for your lovely email!

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  6. They looks so cute and yummy! thanks for sharing your recipe!

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  7. Ok I am so making these this weekend....my kids will adore them. We have beautiful local corn now...
    Thank you Little T!

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  8. Ohh I LOVE these!!! Think I'm gonna make me some tomorrow! Thanks!

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  9. Tracie: Hi! You must let me know how they turn out! Enjoy! :)

    pigpigscorner: Thanks! I love corn too :)

    Nana: Try it another day :) Hope you and Jacques will like them!

    Kenny: They are addictive! Like Ellie said, dangerously moreish! Cannot eat after your curry meal, ah!

    Ellie: Hi-5! I munch as I fry too! LOL!

    Karine: Thanks! :)

    Linda: Please try! It's one of our family favourites. And I *love* the sound of Little T!!!! :D

    Camemberu: Hey, what a pleasant surprise! Hope Nadine and Jolie will like them as well :)

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  10. Ohhhhhh, I know I'd get addicted to these ... I can just taste them right now!

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  11. Yum yum... I would like to indulge into these with a cold drinks!! Ohh, always with some chili sauce please!! :)

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  12. These look soo good. I love fritters and esp corn and prawns. :)Love the cup and saucer too!!!

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  13. Muneeba: Thanks! :)

    mycookinghut: Cold drinks and chilli dip are the perfect accompaniment!

    Zurin: Aww, thank you :)

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  14. absolutely adoreeee sweet corn fritters...and the sweet prawns? nice touch!

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  15. Mmmm, I adore savoury snacks like these ^^

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