Pumpkin Sesame Fritters with Maple Syrup

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This is a super easy yet yummy recipe for making pumpkin sesame fritters as an afternoon snack along with a pot of hot Oolong tea or a glass of sparkling wine.
Pumpkins are believed to have originated in North America. Seeds from related plants have been found in Mexico dating back to 7000 to 5500 B.C.
References to pumpkins date back many centuries. The name pumpkin originated from the Greek word for "large melon" which is "pepon." "Pepon" was changed by the French into "pompon." The English changed "pompon" to "Pumpion." American colonists changed "pumpion" into "pumpkin."

  1. Mix pumpkin puree with flour and maple syrup to make a soft ball.
  2. Divide it into 10 portions, and shape each of them into a ball. Using the palm of your hand, press each piece into a flat pancake and coat with sesames.
  3. Deep fry in hot oil over the medium heat until toasty brown. Serve hot.

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Here I want to thank Palidor@Crazy Asian Gal sharing this award with me.

39 comments:

girlichef 26/9/09 19:13

Perfect, Angie!! I am making these soon!!!!! They sound wonderful and such a great taste of Fall :D

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Ivy 26/9/09 21:40

What a lovely presentation you have made Angie. The fritters sounds delicious. Are they eaten as dessert?

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devoted4life 26/9/09 22:12

yum! I love pumpkin! These look so delicious and so easy! Can't wait to try them. Thanks for sharing

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Chow and Chatter 26/9/09 22:14

wow what a creative recipe and great presentation can i have one with my tea!

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Palidor 26/9/09 22:20

Yum! You are so creative, Angie! They're so pretty with all those sesame seeds on the outside.

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Cinnamon Girl aka Reeni♥ 27/9/09 04:03

How delicious these must be deep-fried!!! Such a decadent treat!

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Selba 27/9/09 04:46

Love stuff with sesame seeds, what a creative recipe, Angie :)

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lisaiscooking 27/9/09 04:57

Pumpkin and maple syrup go so well together. Your fritters look delicious!

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lululu 27/9/09 09:33

angie, those looks irresistible. i wanna eat them right now!
love the idea of putting maple syrup! so canadian. :P

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KennyT 27/9/09 10:28

Must be very yummy! I love the different textures the pumpkin pureed flour and sesame seeds give to these cutie fritters.

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My Little Space 27/9/09 10:29

What a gorgeous looking treat! You need to make at least 2 to 3 pumpkins....enough to feed us all..ha ha ha!

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Sophie 27/9/09 11:13

What georgous looking & healthy treats!! Looks very yummie!!

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nora@ffr 27/9/09 12:12

ymm! pumpkins good for health :) great dish angie!! love the beautiful orangish red color on the pumpkin :)

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petite nyonya 27/9/09 13:51

This is a really wonderful pumpkin snack, Angie! I would definitely love to taste this!

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The Little Teochew 27/9/09 15:25

The sesame seeds crust is a lovely touch. Very nice, Angie!

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Sarah 27/9/09 17:21

What a beautiful way to use pumpkins. I love the sweet, crunchy, salty texture!

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Happy cook 27/9/09 17:22

I never knew we could make things like this with pumpking.
Beautiful they look and i am sure they taste delish too.

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Southern Grace Gourmet 27/9/09 19:16

Looks so perfect, I love your recipes, they are amazing!

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Vrinda 27/9/09 19:55

Delicious fritters,perfect for the season...pretty presentation too...

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Parita 27/9/09 22:06

Wow thats fantastic combination, new to me and looks delicious!

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Chef E 27/9/09 22:41

I know I can count on you for some good ideas and food recipes! I love these, and they are so pretty!

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Sanghi 28/9/09 03:24

Wow.. delicious recipe..!

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Donna-FFW 28/9/09 05:24

What a most perfect dish for fall. Gorgeous presentation..

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munchcrunchandsuch 28/9/09 07:20

sounds easy peasy..will try this soon.

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Angie's Recipes 28/9/09 07:36

Thank you all for the lovely and encouraging messages! I hope, really HOPE that blogger will update their Comment function, so I could easily reply to each of you.
@Ivy: We eat them as a snack.

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petite nyonya 28/9/09 08:15

Angie, I got an award for you. Do come by to pick it up when you have some time. Cheers!

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Sarah Naveen 28/9/09 14:57

excellent presentation..looks so yummy!!!

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Claudia 28/9/09 19:16

What a grand fall recipe. And looks scrumptious. Must try these out! Thanks.

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munchcrunchandsuch 28/9/09 20:37

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Velva 29/9/09 02:09

Now, this looks like a simple healthy recipe to enjoy. I am thinking I am going to have try this one! A perfect Fall treat. Thanks.

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5 Star Foodie 29/9/09 03:58

The fritters look scrumptious with white & black sesame seeds! Definitely need to try these!

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Katy ~ 29/9/09 10:51

You won my heart at pumpkin and maple! These look fabulous!!

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Duchess of Tea 29/9/09 13:09

Congratulations on the award darling, you totally deserve it. You have the best tasting blog in all blogshire.

Love & Hugs
Duchess

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Erica 2/10/09 17:44

This looks great Angie, I love the combination of flavors.

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Mythreyi Dilip 4/10/09 23:03

Perfect and yummy fritters!

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the ungourmet 5/10/09 19:10

These look so fun and delicious! I don't think I've ever tasted anything like them! Yum!

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Angie's Recipes 5/10/09 20:46

Thank you! I am really glad that you guys like this small autumn snack!

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Anonymous 9/10/09 02:20

Hi Angie,
Do you just puree the raw pumpkin flesh or do you steam it first then puree? Thanks!

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Angie's Recipes 9/10/09 07:10

@Anonymous: I have them steamed first, sometimes, microwaved or roasted.

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