Posts Tagged ‘parsnip’

An Ode To Corn Fritters

Corn Fritters with Whipped Hot Honey Butter from Vegetarian Adventures

 

When’s the last time you made fritters at home? This time of year is ideal for corn fritters – the corn is at its sweetest and there’s so much of it. The measurements are so easy, this is the kind of recipe you can keep in your head. One ear of corn makes four palm-sized fritters. Mix the kernels with egg and flour – one egg and one tablespoon per cob – and a sprinkling of salt and let sit for an hour. Then fry and serve. That’s it. Continue »



Praise For The Parsnip

parsnip-seed-packet   Parsnips are one of our favourite root vegetables; closely related to the carrot and parsley root, they have their own unique flavour profile and an unmistakable nutty sweetness that comes through loud and clear. Parsnips can be roasted, glazed, mashed or pureed, they are especially good peeled in strips and deep fried for parsnip chips. You can even eat them raw, sliced thin for crudité or in a matchstick for salads, they have a peppery bite that you don’t get from them when cooked.  Continue »