Yield: Yields about 26 bite-size fritters.
Try these as an appetizer, served with Charred Tomato Salsa, as a side with grilled chicken or fish, or for breakfast with maple syrup.
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These fritters were okay, but I added 1 Tbs of sugar rather than 1 Tsp and it made them better. The charred tomato salsa was perfect, and pretty easy to make. I don't think these fritters are good to transport and don't hold up well. They get very spongy after they cool.
These were good, but considering they were fried and had sour cream-and therefore a bit of an indulgence-they weren't anything special and I don't think I'd make them again. It was as though they were lacking something. To make something so rich I was expecting the taste to be special. They were light and fluffy-but tasted boring. The salsa was delicious and definitely enhanced the taste of these fritters,but next time I'd add the salsa to something else.
I love these!
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