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    Default Corn Fritters with Maple Syrup

    Corn Fritters with Maple Syrup

    Makes 10 four-inch fritters

    3 ears corn
    1 large egg
    1tablespoon all-purpose flour
    1 1/2teaspoons sugar
    1/4teaspoon salt
    Pinch of freshly ground black pepper
    4tablespoons vegetable oil

    1. Using a chef’s knife, cut the kernels from the corn into a medium bowl;
    you should have about 3 cups. Using the dull side of the knife, scrape the
    milk and pulp from the cobs into the bowl. Add egg yolk, flour, sugar, salt, and
    pepper. Stir to combine.

    2. In a clean bowl, whisk egg whites until stiff but not dry. Fold into
    corn mixture. Heat 2 tablespoons vegetable oil in a large cast-iron or nonstick
    skillet over medium-high heat.

    3. Drop spoonfuls of batter into the oil, spaced a few inches apart. Cook
    until golden on the bottom, 1 to 2 minutes. Using a spatula, turn fritter over,
    and cook until golden on the other side. Repeat the process with the rest of
    the batter, using the remaining oil for pan. Serve immediately.
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    Default Re: Corn Fritters with Maple Syrup

    I have always made this from left over cream corn from the night before.Most often canned corn. Biggerpiggybank I thank you for reminding me of this. I hav'nt cooked it in a number of years now. Time to revive it!

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    Default Re: Corn Fritters with Maple Syrup

    Im going to try this tonite. My family loves corn and eat alot of it but they are not to crazy about creamed corn. I have a couple cans I haven't used so Im going to try mixing a can of creamed corn and whole corn.

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