Courgette & Feta Fritters


It’s SATs week at the moment so everything is very much up in the air and to throw another spanner in the works, Hubby has started a new job. When I get home from work I’ve been want something quick and easy to make without it being toooooo unhealthy. Hubby pointed out a recipe for courgette & feta fritters in Delicious a few days ago, so I took advantage of Hubby taking an interest in a veggie meal (which is rare!) and made my own version of the fritters tonight.

I’m not a huge fan of courgette as I find them boring and have slimy school dinner memories of them, but these fritters were really delicious and had a hint of onion bhaji to them. They must have been good as Hubby has requested them again soon!

Courgette & Feta Fritters
Makes 6 fritters

2 medium sized courgettes
1/4 tsp fine salt
4 spring onions, finely sliced
120g feta, cut into 1cm cubes
1 tbsp dried mint
2 eggs
40g plain flour
20g polenta
1 tbsp lemon juice
ground black pepper

1) Grate courgette into a bowl and stir in salt, this helps draw water out of the courgette. Put courgette into a sieve and allow to drain for 20 min. Squeeze courgettes to rid of excess water and drain on some kitchen paper.

2) In a bowl mix all of the ingredients, including the courgettes until thoroughly mixed.

3) Heat 1 tbsp of sunflower oil in a non-stick saute pan on a medium heat. Blob a tbsp of the fritter mix into the pan and flattern slightly. Cook 2-3 min each side until golden. Drain on a piece of kitchen paper.

Post Author: Jules

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7 thoughts on “Courgette & Feta Fritters

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    laura@howtocookgoodfood

    (May 21, 2012 - 4:30 pm)

    I love courgettes and have made fritters as this is one of my favourite way to eat them. I also love them roasted. It’s always good when you get a positive response to a dish and I hope to cook these now the sun is on it’s way!

    Ella

    (February 18, 2013 - 2:45 pm)

    Hi there! Thanku for such a great recipe! I just made them & they taste AMAZING! Only 2 changes, I didn’t have polenta (so I left it out,) and had run out of mint so improvised with adding colmans mint sauce! Tasted soooo good hardly any left will have to make them again soon!

      Jules

      (February 18, 2013 - 5:22 pm)

      I love the addition of mint sauce. Great idea. I haven’t made these in a while. I must make them again.

    Glenda - Dining In

    (August 5, 2013 - 1:52 pm)

    Made it today just as your recipe and it was delicious.

    Marianna

    (June 26, 2014 - 6:02 am)

    I just have to get some polenta and dinner is served! Thanks for sharing.

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