These crispy little Dijon Mustard Chickpea Fritters make a fun holiday appetizer or can easily be turned into a main course for a busy weeknight meal.
Have leftover quinoa sitting in your fridge? Spruce it up with herbs and make deliciously crispy quinoa fritters served with a garlic aioli.
With bold Thai curry, these yellow squash fritters are perfectly crispy and are ready to mingle at your next party.
Just like ones from the donut shop, these glazed, homemade apple fritters are fried, sweet and so, so good.
Crispy on the outside and packed with juicy blueberries on the inside, these sweet little Blueberry Fritters are what summer breakfast dreams are made of.
Instead of pancakes, make a batch of these savory bacon and corn fritters topped with a cool and sweet apricot yogurt sauce.
A classic Italian soft fried dough filled with rich and creamy custard. They are simply irresistible.
Their “pop-able” nature makes brussels sprouts a prime ingredient for appetizer trays, but there’s so much more to sprouts than that. They’re bite-sized and adorable, sure, but they’re just as delicious deconstructed and loaded into cheesy dips or piled atop flatbreads and crostini. Check out these 10 fun ways to work them into your holiday lineup.
If you have leftover lobster, this is the perfect recipe to feature the seafood. Fried with juicy sweet corn and served with a lemon and tarragon aioli, it’s hard to resist eating all of these lobster fritters.
Sweet, spicy and fried! Jalapeño Cornbread fritters are a fun treat for parties or for the entire family to snack on.
Fried twice, this paneer or cottage cheese comes out crispy and delicious. A perfect appetizer dish served with a sweet chutney.
What could be better than fried ricotta? The creamy, rich fritters are served over zucchini noodles with lemon and pea pesto to brighten things up.
Caught right off the coast, here’s how to make Key West’s favorite crispy grouper fritters.
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A fun appetizer or side, these butternut squash fritters are topped with a lemony goat cheese for bright flavor.
Warm, fried apple fritters are filled with spiced apple filling and covered in a sweet, shiny glaze for a mouthwatering fall treat.
Fritters are always a fun way to showcase seasonal vegetables with a delicious sauce. Try these crispy cauliflower fritters served with a squeeze of lemon juice or a bold garlic aioli.
Spring has sprung and crispy fritters with peas, crumbled feta, lemon zest and handfuls of fresh mint are in order.
Served with a zing of pineapple sauce, these Thai-style corn fritters are crunchy on the outside with a touch of spice inside.
Filled with tamarind and carom seeds, these peppers are crisp and flavorful with a subtle tinge of heat.
Crisp and flavored with Dijon, garlic, and onions, fry up these fritters now and douse them in the addictive harissa sauce.
Learn how to make autumn a bit warmer and sweeter with these scrumptious apple fritters. The fritters are rolled in cinnamon sugar and fried to perfection.
Crammed with chicken, haloumi, a little green, lemon, these fritters will not last long. Make them ahead and hide in the freezer for later.
Fried patties or rounds, sweet or savory are perfect for any meal and snack time between. Get frying with some of our favorite recipes for every occasion.
These gluten and dairy-free Corn Fritters are an absolute breeze to make and oh so good to eat. Crispy and flavorful, perfect for summer.
A delicious, crisp appetizer with garlic, onion, and chili flakes. Serve with a lemon Greek yogurt for a complete snack.
One of the most popular appetizers of Brazil, Brazilian Chicken Fritters, consists of dough filled with spiced chicken, shaped into a drumstick and fried.
The sweet corn pops against soft centers and crisp exteriors. With a twist of Thai, coconut milk, scallions and Thai basil give the fritters a flavor boost.
Dairy-Free fruit fritters with cinnamon sugar.
Dried anchovies are common throughout Asia; although they might be trickier to find elsewhere, most Chinese supermarkets or specialty stores should carry them.
Serve these fritters with an array of sauces for a untraditional appetizer at your next party.
These surprisingly light and flavorful corn fritters come together without the use of a deep fryer.
Any good pilsner or blonde ale would work well in this batter. You want something with a good bit of malty sweetness to it with a light golden color.
Summer corn and rainbow chard make for colorful fritters that will appeal to the whole family.
These make a FABULOUS dessert, served warm with a scoop of melting vanilla ice cream.
Deep Fried Lentil Fritters is a favorite tea time snack of the Malayalies…. to be precise…. it is THE most popular deep fried snack of South India.
Vegetable fritters always make a great snack, side dish, breakfast or light dinners. This is a very delicious way of serving veggies.
A cute and healthier version of the irresistible Indian classic – Pakoras.
These bite-sized pieces would go well with beer, and are super cute to serve when friends come over.
These jalapeño fritters are a healthier riff on the typical fried jalapeño poppers that have become a staple item on American bar menus.
These pan fried spaghetti fritters are very simple to make, and taste absolutely delicious.
A crispy and creamy Spanish appetizer: King Prawn Croquettes (my mum’s recipe!)
try not to enjoy those too often, but trust me, those tasty fritters are sure worth every drop of oil dripping from them.
Charred corn fritters are a perfect foray into a mid-summer BBQ or as a side dish to a larger meal. The fritters are at once smoky, sweet and salty – while the lemon and dill yogurt sauce provides just a whisper of acid and a freshness that cuts through the fat and helps the dish achieve balance.
Vegetable fritters are a great way of serving vegetables to those who are not particularly fond of it. They’re also a great way to use lunch leftovers.
Priya put freshly picked zucchinis from her garden to work to make these delicious bajjis or fritters.
This crispy fritters are gluten free and vegan and can be served as an appetizer or as a side dish.
These dainty purple beauties are sharp and delicious in taste, perfect for frying.
These golden fried lamb and chickpea nuggets from Amrita Chowdhury are as easy as they are addictive.
These breakfast fritters are made with a blend of flours to compliment the sweetness of the vegetables.
A popular Street Food of the South Indian state of Tamilnadu, lentil fritters are also part of festival fare.
Seattle: Top Pot’s revival of old timey-doughnut charm has elevated the humble breakfast pastry to an extra pleasurable experience.