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Sweetcorn Fritters with Avocado Salsa

Sweetcorn Fritters with Avocado Salsa

Avocado salsa

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Posted by Naila • 28w ago • Report
I tried the fritters yesterday. Loved the flavour and taste but they were dry and tough! Any idea what I did wrong...!!
Posted by • 1y ago • Report
Loved it - added smoked salmon - delicious
Posted by RT31 • 6y ago • Report
I made this and would recommend not putting in as much onion as it was quite strong. Otherwise a great brunch recipe especially with the salsa and crisp bacon.
Posted by SH135 • 6y ago • Report
Just delicious. I doubled the recipe and used 2 x 440gr tins of super sweet corn kernels (well drained) instead of fresh and they turned out perfectly.
Posted by WK9 • 5y ago • Report
This recipe is also in Bills Open Kitchen on p. 30-31. The picture slightly different but the same recipe and very good. In the other book it's called "Simple Sweetcorn Cakes with Avocado Salsa". Same ingredients but just as nice. I halve the onion in mine and yes, you can use the sweet corn kernels well drained. Saves a lot of hassling around.
Posted by Clekitty • 2y ago • Report
I make every about once a month for brunch (even once for dinner!) I usually use 2 cans of corn kernels when I don't have fresh corn.
Posted by • 2y ago • Report
Best thing ever!!!
Posted by Kathleen76 • 3y ago • Report
Haven't tried this recipe yet but love Avocado Salsa so am sure to love it
Posted by Liz195 • 3y ago • Report
this recipe is awsome. so fresh and light in the mouth
Posted by Deb134 • 3y ago • Report
I served these up to the crew on a mine site for morning tea, there were no left overs, all I got to sample was about a dessert spoon of the salsa - says it all I think :) I didn't have a can of corn kernals so used cream corn & add extra flour to take up the excess moisture, worked a treat