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« on: October 15, 2007 03:59:55 PM »

you may be thinking, "what the heck?!" but yes, i have jumped into the unknown and whilst experimenting, made these savory and delicious fritters. This is my amateur attempt at making tasty delights in the kitchen. they really are good!


Bell Pepper Fritters [makes two to three fritters]
-one large-ish green bell pepper [although, maybe red and yellow would produce nice results too]
-one medium-ish to smallish potato [the potato acted as a filler for me. once you shred the pepper, there is a lot of liquid and not much pepper..]
-flour
-salt
-pepper
-some oil for frying. i used olive, but you could use other oils i assume..
*if you like, you can also sautee a little bit of chopped onion and add to the mixture*

-shred bell pepper. I threw mine in a food processor. You want it to be a smaller shred... a bit smaller than graded cheese.

-shred potato. i did this on a grater.

-put bell pepper in a hot non-stick pan and let some of the liquids evaporate, while it cooks a little. It will be done when there is little liquid left.

-put pepper, potato, and about two to three tablespoons of flour in a bowl. It should be sticky but not overly doughy. [add your onions now, if you are using them]

-shape into little pattiepoos.

-heat up your oil. When the oil is hot, carefully put your patties into it.

-the outsides will turn a darker brown color [darker than the golden delicious color of fried potatoes]. this is not burnt! cook the fritterz until they are nice and brown.

-take them out and place them on paper towels, patting them slightly to soak up the oil.

-salt and pepper dem!



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« Reply #1 on: October 16, 2007 06:49:42 AM »

Mm. Yum. Might buy a capsicum this week and try it. With red, just because.
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