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Thread: Cauliflower Fritters

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    Cauliflower Fritters

    1 large head cauliflower

    1/2 flour

    1 egg

    Steam cauliflower, place in bowl and mash and let cool 10 min.
    Stir in flour and egg, season with salt and pepper and refrigerate for 15 min.
    Roll mixture into ball then flatten into patties. Heat 2 tablespoons olive oil over
    medium heat. Fry patties until golden brown about 4 min. on each side.

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    thanks, I will get ingredients and make it, I love cauliflower

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    That was supposed to say 1/2 cup of flour. sorry.

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    YUM!!!! i love cauliflower. i'll be sure to make this as soon as i grow mine. i really don't think we are going to have spring weather here, let alone summer, but here's to hoping.

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    yum! Sounds so good!

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    sounds good. we love it deep fried and we also mash it with a little cheese and that is good too.

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    I will be sure to add cheese to my next batch!

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    Thanks! I just bought a huge head yesterday and was wanting to try something different. Guess I'll be making some fritters! :lol:

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    This sounds really good. We love cauliflower. It is also good deep fried. Thanks for the recipe.

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    Sounds so good-gonna try it soon.Thanks.

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    YUM!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Thank you! Iíve saved this recipe and will definitely be making it. Looks yummy.

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    Thanks - sounds good. I am trying to eat healthy and lose some weight so think I'll try whole wheat flower and egg beaters and that should work for me.

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    Thanks!! Will this work with eggplant?

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    Beats me, I've never had eggplant.
    Try just a bit to see and let us know if it's good.

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    ok!

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    Sounds really yummy!!!!! I love cauliflower!!! What about broccoli?? Will this work with it??

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    I don't know, have never tried broccoli, try it and let us all know.

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    Sounds really good! Thanks

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    has anyone made this yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by betlinsmom
    Thanks!! Will this work with eggplant?
    I really wouldn't steam eggplant then mash it up and add flour and eggs. I think it would be just so much mush.

    The way I fry eggplant is to peel it (optional), slice it and season it, dredge in flour, dip in beaten egg, then in dry bread crumbs, then fry in a skillet. It's done when easily pierced with a fork and the bread crumbs are crisp and golden.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carol's Quilts
    Quote Originally Posted by betlinsmom
    Thanks!! Will this work with eggplant?
    I really wouldn't steam eggplant then mash it up and add flour and eggs. I think it would be just so much mush.

    The way I fry eggplant is to peel it (optional), slice it and season it, dredge in flour, dip in beaten egg, then in dry bread crumbs, then fry in a skillet. It's done when easily pierced with a fork and the bread crumbs are crisp and golden.
    OOPS! Guess I was way wrong. I googled eggplant fritters and bunches of references came up. Some were plain llike the above cauliflower recipe, and some had added ingredients like onion, garlic, seasonings, even cubes of mozzarella inside of the eggplant "ball". Check it out - you might find something you really love!

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    Quote Originally Posted by winter012
    Sounds really yummy!!!!! I love cauliflower!!! What about broccoli?? Will this work with it??
    There's lots of recipes for broccoli fritters on google, and probably on lots of the cooking sites, too.

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