(Jamie's note: We're making these fritters again this week, so it seems like the perfect time to replay this post. It was originally published on April 29, 2009. Enjoy!)
Back inside we gave
them a good wash.
To make the fritter batter, mix one cup of milk, one cup of flour, and one egg. You can also add maple syrup if you want to go for a sweet taste. Hold the flower by the base and dip and twist it in the batter until it's covered.
Place into a frying pan with olive oil on medium heat. Flip after they turn brown on one side.
the finished product drizzled with more syrup on the side. Apparently
you can also dip them in mustard or dressing for a more savory taste.
I was skeptical about how the results would be received by my crew. Amazingly, the fritters were quickly devoured and I was sent back to the kitchen to make more! A fun, successful experiment.
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