Thursday, 24 November 2016

Apple Fritters

Its getting too chilled here, obviously during weekends we look for something hot and spicy to munch with our cup of tea or coffee. I have couple of bookmarked recipes to try since a while and finally i got a chance to clear a bookmark recipe which i have been looking to dish out since a long. Yes finally Pioneer's Woman apple fritters, i fried these cuties last weekend while its was raining outside. Extremely addictive and dangerously delicious, these fritters are our family favourite now. If you are planning to dish out this apple fritters dont forget to prepare a huge quantity else you will regret definitely.

Apple fritters, Fritters with apple chunks

You cant just stop with a fritter, these fritters dusted with confectioner's sugar are definitely an excellent evening snacks to munch with your favourite drink. The batter for making these fritters calls for simple ingredients and an egg. But i completely skipped the egg part and i prepared the batter simply by replacing the egg with flaxseed meal. Spiced with cinnamon powder, these apple fritters is definitely a comforting munchies to enjoy while the weather is nasty outside. Am running this week's blogging marathon with 'Bookmarked recipes' as theme, and am posting this recipe under this interesting theme.

Fritters with Apple chunks, Apple fritters

Recipe Source: The Pioneer Woman
1cup All purpose flour
1tbsp Flaxseed meal
1/4cup Sugar
1tsp Baking powder
1/2tsp Salt
1tsp Cinnamon powder
1/4cup Milk
1tsp Vanilla extract
1tbsp Melted butter
1whole Granny smith apple (peeled and chopped as medium pieces)
Powdered sugar for dusting

Mix the flaxseed meal in three tablespoons of warm water and keep aside.

Take the flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, cinnamon powder in a bowl, gradually add the flaxseed meal mix,melted butter, vanilla and milk .

Mix everything well until the mixture turns bit thick, fold in the apple pieces and mix to turn as a chunky batter.

Apple fritters

Heat oil for deep frying,  drop a teaspoon of batter to the oil and fry in medium flame until the fritters turns golden brown.

Drain the excess of oil with a paper towel and dust it generously with powdered sugar.

Enjoy warm.

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8 comments:

Suma Gandlur said...

Those warm fritters sound tempting in the winter kind weather we have now.

Harini-Jaya R said...

Wow! I would love some right now!

vaishali sabnani said...

I had made these and served with chocolate sauce and now you are tempting me to make them again.

Ritu Tangri said...

Wow! I have been thinking of making these apple fritters for a long, but some how couldn't make it so far. Now you have said so much about its taste, its boosting me up to make some.

Gayathri Kumar said...

These fritters are perfect for this chilly weather. Looking at yours, I am craving for some..

Pavani N said...

OMG those apple fritters look sooo good. Wish I could get my hands on one of them :-)

Chef Mireille said...

perfect for cold winter nights

Srivalli said...

Those fritters are looking so yum Priya...wish I could dig into those right now!