Sweetcorn Fritters

Take two eggs, two tablespoons of SR flour, 1/2 tin of sweetcorn, half a cup of milk and blitz in the food processor at the end add in the other half of the tin of sweetcorn. Plenty of protein from the eggs and milk and we had them with a pack of cherry tomatoes I picked up from the co-op for 25p on my way home, I just fried the tomatoes until the softened and ate them like a simple tomato sauce with the fritters. Some days need to be very cheap, simple and quick! It already feels like it’s going to be a long week and it seemed like a very long walk from the station tonight.


7 thoughts on “Sweetcorn Fritters

  1. Cheap, simple and quick to make are always the best meals to eat! Those fritters look really yum!

    Sounds like today was a hard one – hope things improve throughout the week for you x


  2. They look delicious! I haven't seen them blitzed like that. That's a good idea. So right about the egg. We are eating more eggs and less meat . . . . and we didn't eat a lot of meat before the idiocy struck.

    Think the hard thing is TRYING to eat cheap. I can eat something merely because I want to, and it is great. I'm satisfied. But when I know I HAVE to eat cheap, it is hard to enjoy it as much.

    Hope the rest of the week goes better.


  3. I love sweetcorn, and these corn fritters look lovely – I tried making the Nigella ones a few years ago and they were so rich it was ridiculous, not to mention that they cost a fortune to make!
    I think I'll be trying your recipe out tho. Thanks for sharing x


  4. I know what you mean! I've done the same job for over 20 years but a move of location a few years ago miles away from where I live and out of the city I love and changes in the wider economy mean I no longer enjoy the job as I once did – I just drag myself there and back everyday as people are relying on me to keep a roof
    over their heads as has been the case my entire adult life! I know I should be grateful to have a job but it's just so depressing most days. VC


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