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Servings: 24


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  1. 1. Mix all dry ingredients together
  2. 2. Mix Eggs, Lemon Juice, Water
  3. 3. Mix Corn, Green Onions, Cilantro
  4. 4. Mix dry ingredients with wet
  5. 5. Mix in Corn mix.
  6. 6. Cook in medium hot skillet with oil
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Nutrition Facts

Amount Per Serving %DV
Serving Size 52g
Recipe makes 24 servings
Calories 28  
Calories from Fat 9 32%
Total Fat 0.97g 1%
Saturated Fat 0.26g 1%
Trans Fat 0.0g  
Cholesterol 31mg 10%
Sodium 68mg 3%
Potassium 80mg 2%
Total Carbs 3.88g 1%
Dietary Fiber 0.7g 2%
Sugars 0.79g 1%
Protein 1.63g 3%



  • John Spottiswood
    June 16, 2008
    These are easy to make and absolutely delicious! They are incredibly fresh tasting and flavorful! The kids liked them as much as the adults. We served them as a passed Hors d'oeurve, Would have worked well as a plated dish too. We added kosher salt and fresh ground pepper while frying in light oil. I would recommend that.
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    • Nancy Miyasaki
      June 16, 2008
      Easy to make and delicious. Everyone loved these. Would go with a lot of different meals.
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      • laurel lee
        March 15, 2009
        Everyone at the party ate these like chips. Kids too - we loved them. Luckily, there were enough left over for me to steal on my way out. I froze them and ate them all week - (microwaved). Oh My Gosh I love these!!!
        • evelyn c credo
          September 17, 2009
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          • ShaleeDP
            May 1, 2013
            I like those fritters. I make my own out of what is available at home :D
            • September 20, 2011
              MMMM. It's still corn season here. This is on my must try list!!
              • Karen E. Taylor
                June 19, 2010
                I watched an easy way to catch the kernels of corn. Use bunting pan, place the cob on the center peak. Scrape the kernels & they fall into the bunting pan for less mess.

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