May 6, 2017
Those fritters are very easy to make and kids usually love them!
This recipe contains spelt flour. Spelt is very high in fiber, which facilitates healthy digestion.
It is also high iron and copper that can boost blood circulation.
Spelt flour doesn't contain as much gluten as wheat but it is another form of gluten.
If you have issues with gluten-containing foods, it is better to avoid it.
If you prefer a Gluten Free you can replace the spelt flour with 20g of coconut flour or check out my Zucchini Fritters recipe and swap the zucchini with the corn :)
400g of fresh, canned or defrosted sweet corn kernels
3 large eggs, lightly beaten
100g of fresh Full Cream ricotta
50g of spelt flour
3 tbsp. of olive oil
Pinch of Himalaya Salt (optional)
If you are using fresh or defrosted corn kernels, place them in a saucepan with boiling water and cook them for 4-5 minutes. Drain them.
In a large mixing bowl, combine the eggs with the corn kernels, the ricotta, flour and salt (optional).
Pan fry spoonful of the mixture in olive oil, on medium heat, 4 minutes on each side or until slightly brown.
Serve the fritters alongside a salad of spinach leaves, pomegranate and pumpkin seeds.
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