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Sweetcorn Fritters

So as you know kids are well and truly back in school and home life has gotten quieter .... in my house this is a change and the biggest change is having the kids come home for their lunch everyday ...as before their were in private school and got fed their

I must admit i like it ... it keeps me on my toes and gives me bak the routine i use to have so it`s all good

For lunch i do like to give them something lite as i do like the idea of them going back to school and feeling heavy and not giving their full attention to the teacher 

So i made these sweetcorn fritters ... these i had last year in my friends house and loved them ... and i had made them a few times and then stopped ...and really forgot about them till just now .... their easy and tasty





1 tin of sweetcorn

small onion diced really small

some parsely

black  pepper and salt

2 eggs

take small spoon fulls and drop in to hot oil and dont press them down

then once cooked eat as you please .... i place mine in some homemade pitta bread with salad and some mayo ... my kids devoured them  even my dh love them

Comments

  1. Assalamu alayki sister, these sound lovely. And I have those ingredients! Will try it out later. I would give them to my kids when they come in from school as I usually give them pancakes or the like.
    I am assuming you just mix those ingredients together into a usual batter consistency and them drop them in the pan??

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  2. yes sis that the way ... insha`allah you will enjoy them

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  3. Sounds lovely ma sha Allah. I should make these!

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  4. Ooh I haven't had these in ages!!! These are old favourites that I never seem to cook anymore....

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  5. get a cooking then woman it was in your house i had them

    insha`allah Fruitful fusions try them and let us know how they went

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  6. Oh wow, your blog is so delicious! I will be back to try some of these fabulous recipes, MashaAllah.

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  7. awww jazak`allah khair sis thats so sweet of you
    and thank you for dropping by

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