Sharing this recipe, also shares a little piece of me. This recipe is favorite of mine, and one I enjoyed many times while growing up. To bring back some fun memories, my Mom visited me in Tucson, Arizona one time, and made these lovely little fritters. Then, last month we were treated to the little morsels again. Corn fritters are easy to make. Perfect with butter, (that is what Grandma and I love.) Or you can top them with your favorite maple syrup, and just enjoy. They have a fun crunchy exterior, and a fluffy, delicate interior, with pieces of corn sprinkled throughout. Who would like a few Homemade Corn Fritters added to your plate?
Last month I had to go home unexpectedly. My dear Grandfather, or I like to say, Grampy- passed away. He was a very special part of my life, and is dearly missed by many. The family joined together, and gave extra love to my Grammy. We also celebrated his life, shared fond memories, and cried a lot. This post will share more pictures of my time up with my family, and a few fun tidbits. Enjoy.
My Grandpa had the best smile!
AND now you all know where my whiskey and bourbon love started. My parents are my bourbon lovers!!
This is only an 1/8 of the owl collection my Grandma has. I have always adored her collection.
They were together for 69 years…beautiful. Love has no bounds.
My niece put such a beautiful smile on my Grandma’s face, priceless.
Going to Michigan means, lake fun of course!
While back in Michigan for a week, we all just stayed close together, and gave extra hugs to Grandma. When Grammy found out I loved grapefruit for breakfast, she had some ready for me every morning. She is so freaking cute! She told us that her doctor told her not to have have too much grapefruit, it interacts with your medication. She told the doctor that was not possible, I love my grapefruit too much. AND she truly does. One of the last mornings there, we arrived at her house to the smell of warming oil, and coffee ready to be enjoyed. You should’ve seen our eyes light up at the sight of the Fry Daddy, we knew at that moment what was going into our bellies that day. If you want to create some wonderful food memories, start now, and enjoy this recipe. You won’t be disappointed, I promise.
30 minPrep Time
5 minCook Time
35 minTotal Time
Fill heavy skillet with 2-3 inches of oil. Warm the oil. You can use a fryer if you have one. To check and see if oil is ready, drop a few droplets of water in oil, if it sizzles, it should be ready. Temperature of hot oil can run about 350 degrees F.
In medium bowl, Pour liquid from corn, add egg, then bisquick, stir until smooth. Fold corn in, and drop by teaspoon in oil.
Let one side of fritter become golden brown, then turn once to get second side golden brown.
Rest cooked fritter on a plate with paper towel to drain excess grease.
Enjoy with butter, syrup, or just plan.
Love them with all my heart!!!