Apple Fritters


Adapted from: The Taste of Italy by Frederic Lebain & Jean Paul Paireault

Ingredients:

2 apples – peeled & diced
½ cup orange juice
¼ cup balsamic vinegar
1 1/8 cups flour – sifted
¼ tsp baking powder
¼ cup ground almonds
½ cup milk
2 egg yolks
¼ cup sugar
oil for deep frying
powdered sugar for dusting

Marinade the apples in the orange juice and the balsamic vinegar for about 15 minutes.

Mix together the flour, baking powder and the ground almonds.

Whisk together the sugar and the egg yolks until almost white.

Beat together the egg mixture and the flour mixture. Stir in the milk and beat well.

Add the flour and egg mixture to the apples in their marinade. Stir gently to blend the ingredients together evenly. Allow to rest for about 10 minutes.

Heat the oil and gently add spoonfuls of apple and fritter mixture. Allow to cook through and turn golden brown, then remove with a slotted spoon.

Drain on paper towels and serve either hot or cold.

Dust with powdered sugar.

This is a unique dessert that is sure to please!

Enjoy and Cook with Love,

Catherine



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14 comments:

  1. This must be really good with tea. I have to try to make this. Looks very delicious.

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  2. Oh, yum! Is there anything better than a warm apple fritter? They look amazing, Catherine!

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  3. This looks heavenly yummy with a pot of hot freshly brewed tea!

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  4. I absolutely love apple fritters. They are my favorite. I have never tried to make them but now I think I want to give this recipe a try.

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  5. Gosh once when Texas Lone Star doughnuts reigned the old west, or should I say south, these were one of their best eats. My mom loved them! I wish I could find them on my kitchen counter right about NOW! Ha! Girl now I am going to have to make these...oh my sweet tooth gets the best of me on your site!

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  6. Oh my WORD these look incredible! You're torturing me lady. :)

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  7. Oh darn, I used up all my apples yesterday making applesauce, otherwise these lovely fritters would have been on my plate!

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  8. boy those really would sound great right about now... loving these

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  9. Love apple fritters, but never made them at home. Will have to try. Would like to know how the Balsamic vinegar compliments the taste.

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  10. Dear Catherine,
    My very first comment on your beautiful blog... apple fritters looks very delicious, and will go really well with a cuppa:)

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  11. WOOOOO!!! they looks soooo heavenly and divine..My daughter fav fruit is apple..Anything with apple she love it..bookmarked it..will try this soon..Thanks for sharing!!

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  12. These are so different from any apple fritter I've ever seen with the balsamic vinegar and orange juice in them. I bet they are delicious!

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  13. Hello, was browsing through your beautiful blog and apple fritters caught my attention, with orange juice and vinegar! will definitely give a try.

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