Flavorful fritters.

11 May

I’ve included several recipes from cookbooks I inherited from my beloved Great Aunt Nellie. And today’s recipe comes from what I believe is the last of those books. The cookbook is called Tam-Tov – Good Taste in Cooking (1964). and was created by the Women’s League of Temple of Aaron Synagogue in St. Paul, Minnesota. The cover is well-worn, proof that this was a special book for my Aunt Nellie. Tam tov is Yiddish (roughly translated) for “good taste.”

Corn Fritters

Beat 2 eggs, stir in ½ cup milk. Sift together 1 cup flour, 1 teaspoon baking powder and 1 teaspoon salt, and add to egg mixture. Add 1 cup drained whole kernel corn.  Drop by spoonful onto hot fat (I used only a couple of tablespoons of canola oil).

Oops….I mistakenly posted pancakes instead of fritters!

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