All posts tagged: Fritters

Zuchini and Corn Fritters

On a Wednesday night, my daughter goes to netball training. As a busy mum, I share the responsibility of getting her and her friends to and from training with another other busy mum. Its what all busy mum’s should do…share the load! On one particular night after training, I bought back my daughters friends to have dinner. These zucchini and corn fritters where what I served as one of the girls is vegetarian. And what a hit they where. I promised the girls I would give their mum the recipe, so here it is! ( OK, I might be about 9 months slow in getting it to you, Amy and Kate….oops, sorry. Better late than never!!) I often cook up fritters on a night when I need to use up bits and pieces of vegetables. Going meatless at least one night a week is not only good for the body but the environment as well. These fritters require little effort and as I often do and suggest, make a large batch and have them in …

Tuna and Vegetable Fritters

My family love fritters/patties and I often cook them whenever I have bits and piece in the fridge that need to be used up. These little tuna and vegetable fritters are no exception. Such a great way to get a good dose of fish and vegetables into your little ones, who can be a little resistant to them. My daughter does love her veggies, but doesn’t like fish at all but she will devours these fritters. So winning all round! I will always make more than I need and have them with a poached egg for breakfast over the following day.   As you may gather from most of my recipes, I like to find ways to get a variety and as much vegetables in them as possible. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, only 5.5% of Australian adults have an adequate daily intake of fruit and vegetables. Nearly half of adult Australians were getting their daily recommended dose of fruit ( 2 per day)  while only a mere 8.2% usually ate 5 or more …