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Loved it - added smoked salmon - delicious
Best thing ever!!!
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.
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
love Avocado will try soon
this recipe is awsome. so fresh and light in the mouth
Haven't tried this recipe yet but love Avocado Salsa so am sure to love it
cakes were a bit bland, but when eaten with the salsa it was gorgeous. http://www.apexmatch.com/maize.php
The amounts in this recipe are slightly different to the recipe in Bills cookbook. I like this version better as it is less floury
my kids like it thanks for the recipe
I eat theseeverytime I'm at Bill's in Surry Hills. Always, always have these. They are so delicious!
Included in our christmas brunch, absolutely delicious! Thanks Bill!
this is a family fav. we have this every sunday
I Have been making these since I first saw Bill do them a couple of years ago. They have become a family favourite. You can also add a tin of chick peas fot a slighltly different version. Just whizz them up with everything else!
I love this recipe. It is one of my favourite dinners in summer, or lunch on the weekend, or to take to the park for a picnic. I also do it with tinned corn to make it easy on myself, and, as long as I drain it well, I can't really tell the difference. My boyfriend likes them chunkier so I add less corn to the mixer. This is similar to 'cachapas' which you find in Venezuela. They do it without the coriander and onion, and make them much bigger (about the size of a crepe in diameter, but the same thickness as these) and eat them folded in half with a stringy white cheese called Telita in the middle. AMAZING.
i just made a batch with fresh corn and they turned out better then expected so quick and easy just perfect
My husband cooks these for me all the time and I have to say they are absolutley magnificent!!!!
I am so looking forward to making this tomorrow after watching tonights eps...
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.
Really tasty - we only had tinned sweetcorn which added quite a bit of moisture to the mix, so I added some cornflour and it worked fine.
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.
Allyj59 Absolutely delicious. My friend served this and I enjoyed it so much she directed me to this website to obtain the recipe. I am looking forward to cooking them for lunch today.
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.
Try rinsing the onion underneath cold water before putting it in the mix. That takes the bite out of the raw onion. I really think the recipe needs this much.
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