Wednesday, 4 May 2016

Broccoli, Sweetcorn And Feta Cheese Fritters / Frittata

Life is fast !

If you don't stop once in a while ....


Hold on hold on that is the start of Ferris Buellars day off!



If you don't stop once in a while ,to see what you've actually got in your cupboards ,then you could be missing on on creating some really tasty ingredients with cupboard ( superhero basic s)

Ingredients

  • 80g plain flour
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 1 large egg, beaten
  • 100ml milk
  • 100g Sweetcorn defrosted or Petit Pois ( I love saying that word )
  • 100g Broccoli chopped up roughly
  • 100g feta cheese, crumbled
  • 1tsp mixed herbs
You could add in some red onion or Spring onion 
  • light olive oil, for frying
Method 


Mix together the flour and baking powder , season with salt and pepper.


Combine with the egg and half of the milk.


Whisk to create a batter , gradually adding in the rest of the milk.

Add in your Brocolli, Sweetcorn and Feta cheese , stir in . You might need to add a little bit of ,ill in if you find the mixture is too thick.

Heat a frying pan over a medium heat , add 2 tablespoons of light olive oil.


When hot enough spoon in about 1 tablespoon of mixture .

Fry on each side for 2-3 minutes of each side.

Repeat until the mixture is used up , you'll be able to fit around 4 in the pan.


These can be kept warm in the oven until you need them .


Broccoli , Sweetcorn and Feta Fritters / Frittata




Broccoli , Sweetcorn and Feta Fritters

16 comments:

  1. Oh! Some of my favourite ingredients in here, and what a great way to get a portion of veg in! Going to try these over the weekend.

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  2. Oh yummy. I love ftitta in the summer. I will have to give this variation a try

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  3. Sound delicious! I do love fritters but as we are trying to eat healthy this is something that might stay off our menu for a while...

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  4. Sounds like a great way of getting the kids to eat their 5 a day :) Thanks for linking up to #KitchenClearout

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  5. I love the look of these. Full of lovely veggie goodness.

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  6. These look and sound delicious, I love feta, will be giving these a try soon

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  7. Nice, easy recipe! I have some feta in my fridge and will give this a whirl!

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  8. Broccoli and feta - what a great combination. They look delicious!

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  9. Ohhhh it looks so good! Thank you very much for this recipe, I am definitely going to try it. I usually use only sweetcorn and feta cheese, I never thought to add broccoli, what a great idea. I'm sure it will be so yummy :)

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  10. These sound like a great snack - the kids always want to head for the biscuits so I might suggest these and squish some extra veg into their day x

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  11. Oh yum yum yum Claire, these look and sound divine! We're meat eaters here but I love vegetarian food too and these are right up my alley. Hubs is doing more of the cooking at the moment but I must get creating again, thank you for sharing :)

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  12. Ooh, these look yummy, may have to see if I have the ingredients at home as I really fancy making them!

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  13. ooh I love frittatas I've not eaten them in ages so now I really want to go give these a go! x

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  14. This takes me back. I haven't eaten a frittata since the girls were born. SO tasty and quick and these are full of the flavours I love

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  15. These sound lovely! I bet they taste great and hopefully my boys would eat them too :) x

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  16. My tummy is rumbling at the thought of this - it looks delicious

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