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Make brunch for your family with these delicious corn fritters. With a light, crunchy crust and fluffy inside, these corn fritters are quick to make and sure to find favour with both the adults and the kids. Thai fish sauce and sweet chilli sauce give these tasty corn fritters a double dose of Asian flavour. Serve them while still warm for brunch or as a snack. You can buy sweet chilli sauce in Asian grocery stores or Amazon or make this typical Thai condiment at home.

Thai Corn Fritters

inspired by this recipe
  • 2 Large eggs
  • 100 g White spelt flour (or plain flour)
  • 2 Garlic cloves, chopped
  • 1 tsp Coconut sugar
  • 1 tbsp Thai fish sauce
  • 285 g Canned corn kernels, drained
  • 1/2 tsp Sea salt
  • 1/2 tsp Black pepper, freshly milled
  • 2 Spring onions, finely chopped
  • Lard, to fry
  • Sweet chilli sauce, to serve
  • Baby spinach and cherry radishes, to serve, optional
  1. Place the eggs, spelt flour, garlic, coconut sugar, fish sauce, half the corn kernels, salt and pepper in a food processor. Process to a puree. Add the chopped spring onions and the remaining corn kernels and stir well to combine. Heat the lard in a non-stick frypan over medium-high heat.
  2. Working in batches, drop tablespoons of corn batter into the pan and cook for 2-3 minutes on each side until golden and cooked through. Transfer to a plate lined with paper towel. Keep warm while you make the remaining fritters.
  3. Arrange baby spinach and cherry radishes on plates if using and stack the fritters on salad, drizzle with sweet chilli sauce or serve at side as a dipping sauce.

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42 comments:

Brian 14/9/21 01:57

I can only imagine how good those must be, yum!

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babYpose 14/9/21 02:06

Looks so good and yummy, corn fritter with pepper, wanna try this..love grain in various way..

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J.P. Alexander 14/9/21 03:03

Gracias por la receta te mando un beso

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kathyinozarks 14/9/21 03:22

Hi This looks like a delicious recipe. way back maybe 25 years ago or so I was trying out spelt flour when I figured out I couldn't have gluten I loved working with the spelt but still too much gluten for me. I may try this recipe with a different flour. thanks for sharing

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Christine 14/9/21 03:58

Looking at the ingredients it is yum!

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Tom 14/9/21 04:25

...they look and sound delicious.

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Kelly | Foodtasia 14/9/21 06:18

I'm so craving these, Angie! Such wonderful flavors!

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Yvonne @ Fiction Books Reviews 14/9/21 10:17

OMG! You are making my mouth water and it is only 9am!

I use chilli sauce, soy sauce or garlic in almost everything I cook, as we are true lovers of tasty, flavoursome food.

Thanks for sharing, definitely one for my recipe collection :)

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Let's Curry 14/9/21 10:39

Angie,
You bring some of the best recipes here. My daughter is a great fan of corn, anything and everything corny catches her fancy. So these fritters are on my list and with the flavours and ingredients it will make a lovely family dish too.

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Lola Martínez 14/9/21 10:41

Conozco poco la comida asiática, pero es algo a lo que estoy poniendo remedio y he descubierto que me gusta. Igual me gustan tus buñuelos, deben ser exquisitos, tienen un aspecto de lo más atractivo sobre una ensalada.
Bss

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DEZMOND 14/9/21 13:14

Why do you fry it in lard, deary?
I found a recipe yesterday for veggie fritters in which you dice and fry onion and some garlic and then pour 300ml of water and mix in one instant soup (mushroom for example) and then when it thickens you put 200g of oat flakes in it and any seasonings you like. When it cools down you ad an egg, flour if needed and form fritters, but you don't fry them but bake them in the oven on the baking paper. It is an unusual approach with that soup.

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Bernadette 14/9/21 13:53

Angie, I particularly like fritters and there is just enough Jersey corn left to make this recipe. Can't wait.

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foodtravelandwine 14/9/21 14:18

WOW!!.....they look so good....I never tried corn in Asian style....I love Thai food and these fritters look AWESOME!!.......Abrazotes, Marcela

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Elisabeth 14/9/21 14:56

It looks as good as it sounds. A great switch from 'southern style! Can't wait to try it!

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Kitchen Riffs 14/9/21 16:56

Love fritters, and corn are my favorites. And gosh, you've taken them to a new level! This looks so good, and is very creative. Thanks!

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lea 14/9/21 17:18

Che buone! Le tue ricette sono sempre deliziose! Buona serata!

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Whats Cookin Italian Style Cuisine 14/9/21 17:26

those sound really delicious we love fritters and with corn is a bonus!

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delphine 14/9/21 17:29

C'est très appétissant

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David 14/9/21 17:57

Angie, Corn fritters are winners in our household...and we like Thai food/flavors too. Interesting combo! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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Pam 14/9/21 18:09

Love the combination of flavors & textures in these little beauties.

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Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake 14/9/21 20:48

I love corn fritters but haven't added kernals to mine. That makes them even more tempting!! YUM!

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Pedro 14/9/21 23:55

Original snack recipe!

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Chef Mimi 15/9/21 00:46

Wow! these look wonderful. the only time I made pancakes Asian-inspired were when I made kimchi pancakes. But what a great recipe, and to dip in that sauce - to die for!

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savorthebest 15/9/21 04:31

Corn fritters sound fantastic for a brunch. Great idea Angie

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Nancy Chan 15/9/21 08:52

I love corn fritters. Its a yummy snack especially with sweet chili sauce.

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Javier 15/9/21 09:37

Such an amazing brunch! It looks so delicious! I would like to taste it

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The Velvet Runway 15/9/21 10:27

These look so delicious and perfect for brunch! I love corn
Julia x
https://www.thevelvetrunway.com/

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yonosoymillenium 15/9/21 11:17

a mi me encanta el maiz, así que este plato me va a gustar mucho, voy a probar tu receta, es original y diferente, como todas las que presentas, me encantas

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Kinga K. 15/9/21 14:56

It's trully fabulous ❤

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Federica Simoni 15/9/21 17:22

Hanno un aspetto molto invitante!

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mjskit 15/9/21 21:38

I've never met a fritter I didn't love. :) Love the Thai flavors in this one. So different from the seasoning I use.

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Valentina 16/9/21 05:48

What a delicious brunch idea! Love the generous amount of corn kernels. Yum! :-) ~Valentina

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thepaintedapron.com 16/9/21 15:59

I've been wanting corn fritters all summer, these look so good! I love Asian sweet chili sauce, what a great idea!
Jenna

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Raymund 17/9/21 00:48

I would definitely love snaking on those

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judee 17/9/21 15:41

My dad always loved corn fritters. I'm not one for frying but I'll bet they tasted delicious.

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tigerfish 17/9/21 23:53

Love savory homemade snacks like this anytime. These corn fritters actually look similar to the Thai-style fish cakes/fritters but the taste should be quite different (as Thai-style fish fritters has kaffir lime leaves that gives off that "signature" aroma)

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Whats Cookin Italian Style Cuisine 19/9/21 12:44

These looks so good I had to make them fabulous recipe thank you!

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