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Corn, Chili, and Prawn Fritters
Rate Corn, Chili, and Prawn Fritters
Category: Main Dishes
# of Servings: 4
Recipe Created By: Rachelle Winter
1/2 cup gluten-free self rising flour, sifted
2 tsp vegetable oil
1/4 cup soy milk
to taste sea salt and black pepper
3/4 cup corn kernels
1 green onion (scallion), chopped
120 grams raw prawns, chopped into chunks
1/4 cup coriander leaves, chopped finely
1/2 fresh red chilli, de-seeded and chopped
vegetable oil for cooking
Put sifted flour, egg, oil, soy milk, salt and pepper in a bowl and whisk to combine. Add the other ingredients and stir to combine.
Heat the oil in a large frying pan over medium heat. Cook 1/4 cupfuls of mixture for about 3 minutes each side or until cooked and golden. Drain on paper towels. Serve with lemon wedges and a sweet chili sauce.
120g is approximately 4 oz
This is a great basic fritter recipe. You can omit the prawns and just do zucchini and corn or basically throw whatever you want in the mix. Enjoy!
I have only ever made it with real egg so I don't know what it will do with egg replacer. You should be able to replace the soy milk with another non- dairy, non-soy milk and get the same results.
If avoiding soy, use another milk alternative and non-soy oil.
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