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Sunday, August 2, 2009

Summer Yellow Squash Fritters


We have a few yellow squash plants in our garden that are just growing like crazy and I needed to come up with a new way to cook them. Something that my kids might actually eat too, so I thought about fried squash and then got to thinking that they could probably still tell that it was squash if I just sliced it and then battered it and fried it. So, I was looking online and got the idea for these fritters. I combined a few different recipes and came up with this one that is really really yummy. My kids even ate them up! Dip them in ranch dressing or fry sauce and they are just too good! If you have lots of yellow squash in your garden, be sure to make these soon!

Yellow Summer Squash Fritters

1 cup yellow squash puree
1 egg
1/3 cup flour
1/3 cup cornmeal
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon Cajun seasoning salt
½ teaspoon onion powder
vegetable oil for frying

Combine the yellow squash puree (to make, boil sliced yellow squash in water until soft and then drain and puree in blender or food processor) and egg in a large bowl with a whisk. Add flour, cornmeal, baking powder, Cajun seasoning and onion powder, mixing well until there are no lumps in the mixture. Heat oil over high heat until hot and drop batter into hot oil by the tablespoon. Fry one to two minutes on each side, or until a nice golden brown color is achieved and the fritters are cooked through. Drain on a paper towel lined plate and enjoy!

2 comments:

Manoly said...

Yo no se como he llegado a tu blog pero aquí estoy,a mí me gusta cocinar también pero soy aficionada, nunca he probado el pan de calabacín pero prometo hacerlo..tus recetas son fantásticas..un saludo desde Sevilla.ESPAÑA

Megan said...

I love, love, love your blog! I check in for new ideas and am always pleased! You're an inspiration ;) The squash fritters are such a hit around here! I decided to change it up a while ago and took out the squash and egg and replaced it with a can of creamed corn for corn fritters! Its your same recipe just veggie swapped! Give it a try! Thanks for the work you do here!