For July's Improv Cooking Challenge, which is spectacularly hosted by Kristen, I decided I would stretch my guys' palates a little. What came to mind was one of my favorite tastes of childhood: corn fritters in Grandma's tiny kitchen.
It was a bit of a challenge to come up with a recipe that was gluten-free & refined-sugar free; but I think I nailed it first try. Here you go:
First, I made sure I had plenty of honey butter on hand.
Then I got a large mixing bowl and stirred up all the wet ingredients. (This, by the way, is an excellent frozen corn we found at Costco.)
I sifted my dry ingredients into a smaller bowl, and then mixed it all together. (I can't believe I didn't snap a picture of the batter! I guess I was too busy watching the oil heat...)
I dropped tablespoon-sized
Scooped them out with my long-handled sieve onto paper toweling.
Here's the hubs' first plate:
& his first bite:
There were no survivors!