RECIPE; Corn fritters – Wheat free, gluten free, soy free, egg free, dairy free

C O R N F R I T T E R S
Wheat free
Gluten free
Soy free
Egg free
Dairy free

The whole family loves these! I am a little bit paranoid still about BRB and corn as I thought he may have reacted on occasion in the past so he has only just tried these in the last week, and I think he might be okay but will still tread with caution until I’m 100% sure.

It’s weird as he seems fine with refined types of corn when I have it for example there is a lot of corn in the gluten free products I use but then if I had whole corn products like ate a cob on the corn or had popcorn he seemed to react, unless it was something else… time shall tell anyway and it’s certainly not a reaction like he reacts with dairy, egg and soy.

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that’s chutney not tomato sauce 😉

Makes 6 fritters

Ingredients:
1 cup of self raising flour http://shop.coles.com.au/online/national/orgran-flour-self-raising-gluten-wheat-free

½ cup rice or almond milk

The equivalent of two eggs using Orgran no egg, egg replacer http://shop.coles.com.au/online/national/orgran–no-egg-egg-replacer

1 can of corn kernels

1 can of creamed corn
I prefer to use Edgells, you can use some of the savings brand if you would like to make a really cheap and easy meal however be careful with what they add in as a filler. I think the Edgell’s brand tastes better too like actual corn, the others lack flavour a bit.

½ cup finely chopped fresh chives* optional (to add to the mix)

Method:

Mix all ingredients together and use a ladle to dish onto a frying pan to cook. I usually cook using nuttelex as it tastes better than the fritters soaking up oil.

Optional toppers:

I find that these are so versatile and you can top with whatever you like according to taste. Some things I like to top with are:

• Sliced avocado

• Smoked salmon (we usually get about 200grams for the two of us as we love it so much)
• Chutney, I haven’t purchased a store chutney so I am not sure what is safe, mine have been from the women’s country associations etc which now have the ingredients on the front as required by law
• Dijon mustard https://shop.coles.com.au/online/SearchDisplay?storeId=10601&catalogId=10576&langId=-1&beginIndex=0&browseView=false&searchSource=Q&sType=SimpleSearch&resultCatEntryType=2&showResultsPage=true&pageView=image&supermarketRefer=yes&searchTerm=dijon+mustard+masterfoods
• Wholegrain mustard
https://shop.coles.com.au/online/SearchDisplay?storeId=10601&catalogId=10576&langId=-1&beginIndex=0&browseView=false&searchSource=Q&sType=SimpleSearch&resultCatEntryType=2&showResultsPage=true&pageView=image&searchTerm=wholegrain+mustard+masterfoods

Disclaimer: I am not making any recommendations, just listing what I have used in the past and you must rely on your own observations and enquiries regarding the ingredients that you use to cook these meals as ingredients in pre-packaged items can change without notice. As a precaution I read every single label every single time I purchase it.

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