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Monday, September 05, 2011

Apple Fritters

U can do wonders with apple.Try this simple Fritters with Apple.Easy to Do as well as needs less time(5-6 mins) cooking time only.These Apple Fritters taste terrific.U can make it  as apple toffee bites( after cutting each into 4 pieces and dip it ito a camamelized sugar syrup-done with upto light brown in colour adding 1 tsp roasted sesame seeds and immediately dip it for 5-10 secs in ice cubes filled water so that the syrup coating sticks to the apple pieces like a toffee).U can also try Apple Bajji(if u like to taste a sweet bajji).Enjoy ur teatime!.Bonappetit!.

Apple Fritters - Mixed flour coated Apple slices deep-fried in oil

1 Apple sliced into 7-8 round pieces(peel the apple,remove the seeds before slicing them)
1/2 cup maida or all purpose flour
1 tbsp sugar -powdered
a pinch of baking powder
2 tsp ghee + 1 cup refined oil for deep- frying
1 cup water or the needed quantity
a pinch of salt

    1.Take a bowl, mix sugar,maida,,little salt and baking powder.
    2.Add required water to make a pancake batter  mix well so that no lumps should form.
    3.Peel the apple,remove the seeds in the centre and slice them.Rub sugar powder over them.Keep this aside.
    4.Heat oil + ghee in a non-stick kadai on medium flame.
    5.Dip each piece of apple in this batter and deep-fry in oil on medium heat till golden brown on both sides.
    6.Serve hot with ketchup and coffee or tea.

I'm submitting this recipe post to Any One Can Cook Event - Series 33 for beginners conducted by the Taste of Pearl City
I'm submitting this recipe post to ABC Series Apple @ Ramya's Recipe


cookingvarieties said...

hi my kitchen flavors, first time i see this recipe. must be very flavorful with apple and cardamom, wonder what is maida.. am learning new things here

MyKitchen Flavors-BonAppetit!. said...

Dear Cookingvarieties ,Thanks for ur interests.Maida is a refined product of wheat.Though said as 'all-purpose flour' by Indian chefs, it more closely resembles cake flour.

Viki's Kitchen said...

The fritters look fantastic dear. Sure it will taste great with tea.

Saru Singhal said...

I will try it sometime and thanks for sharing...

rajkumar.rr said...

Thanks for sharing!!!

MyKitchen Flavors-BonAppetit!. said...

Thanks a lot for dropping in. @ Vikki - Yes Vikki,it is.
@ Saru - very easy to try dish Saru!.
@ Rajkumar - Thank u so much.

Ramya said...

this is a very innovative recipe. Thanks for sending to my event.First time in your lovely blog...

MyKitchen Flavors-BonAppetit!. said...

Hi Ramya,I'm delighted to hear from U really. Thanks for dropping in.

Umm Mymoonah said...

Yummy sweet fritters, thank you for linking with Any One Can Cook :)

MyKitchen Flavors-BonAppetit!. said...

Thanks a lot Ayeesha.Pleasure is mine.

Anonymous said...

These look amazing!! I had no idea apple fritters could be so easy to make! You know, the apple fritter is the one donut I buy when at the sweets shop!! I am going to have to try this recipe!! Thank you for sharing, dear friend!! Much love ~ alice

Ramya said...

please collect participation award from my blog