October 14, 2016
Grate 2 zuchinni's on the thick grate setting
Grate 1 medium sweet potato Finely dice
1 brown onion
Add 2 eggs
Add 1/2 cup gluten free flour
Salt and pepper to taste
Add a handful of some finely chopped fresh herbs like basil and coriander (optional)
Then form into golf ball sized balls and place on a tray
Pop them into the fridge until they are cold and a bit firmer to the touch (20-30 minutes)
Place 3-4 at a time (depending how many your fry pan fits so they aren't all squashed in together!) in a heated frypan (with 2 tblspns of butter or coconut oil) and flatten out with a spatula.
Cook over medium heat for about 7 mins on each side or until crispy and brown both sides.
Cook them all or keep some in an airtight container in the fridge for a few days so you can cook them as needed.
Tip - You might want to give them a squeeze over your tray before placing them in the fry pan just to remove any extra liquid from the grated zucchini
So easy peasy right?
Grab a plate each for whoever is eating and place 2-3 veggie fritters hot from the pan as your first layer
If you are a meat eater, add a layer of any type of cooked meat. You could use pulled pork, leftover roast chicken or leftover bolognaise (like we do with my leftover bone broth bolognaise)
Sprinkle with grated cheese or add some small blobs of cashew cheese (if non dairy) and place under grill or in oven until melted
Then top with some diced tomato and chopped fresh basil or parsley.
A good dollop of smashed avocado/guacamole would also top this meal off nicely!
Grab a fork and dig in!
I kept some uncooked veggie fritter balls in the fridge and brought them out as needed over the week (and of course I had to make some more to test for the blog)
I had some with bacon, spinach and eggs one morning (one of the all time favourite ways to use a good fritter!)
And, I love, love, love leftovers so if you do too, why not pop some leftover dinner on your veggie fritters!? For lunch one day, I cooked the last two remaining fritter balls and they were the base for some heated up leftover butter chicken mixed with cauliflower rice. Some baby spinach and cashew cheese was added to make it even yummier!
I also like to pan fry the fritters and then slice them up and add into a salad magically creating a warm salad! lol! Seriously, anything you want to add the fritters to, I say go for it and make sure you let me know so I get some more ideas for my latest fritter obsession 🙂
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Yours in Health,
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