Monday, July 11, 2011

Fingerlicking rice fritters :)

There are things that satisfies our "basic instincts": eating is by sure one of... eating with fingers, dipping into ketchup, mayo or whatever, makes fun and relates to our basics...no? I think thats one of the reason why children love those fritters.. There was a time my daughter ate only Pizza and Spaghetti... My sister one day made as those rice fritters and, god bless her and the fritters, my daughter ate them...with plenty of ketchup. Now even when my daughter is grown up and became somewhat of a little "gourmet gourmand", from time to time we make those fritters and it remembers as both her childhood.

You need (serves 2 persons):
125 g rice
1 mid sized Egg
75 g all purpose flour
1/2 mid sized onion, cut in small pieces
Some fresh herbs (I took basil), coarsely sliced
Salt and pepper
Olive oil to fry
To prepare:
1. Cook the rice (or take some left over rice)

2. In a bowl get together rice, onion, flour, herbs and egg. Season with salt and pepper










3. In a non sticking pan heat up some olive oil and spoon some of the ricemix in the pan and flatten to get round shaped fritters
4. Fry until golden brown on both side
5. Take the fritters out of the pan and drain on a kitchen paper

 Serve with some salad, ketchup, Mayo or make it "asian style" with Soy sauce

4 comments:

Mary said...

I haven't made rice fritters in a while. Yours have tempted me tomake them again. They look absolutely delicious. Have a great day. Blessings...Mary

The Café Sucré Farine said...

You always have something so fun and unique, I love checking out your blog!

Ispahan said...

:) Thank you Mary and Chris!

Marisa said...

Oooooh I love any and all fritters! Haven't tried rice fritters though - it's on my to-do list now.

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