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First Things First -- Shrimp Fritters

by Pat Maley
March 28, 2019

Friendly get togethers for sporting events and celebrations are a sure way to beat the winter doldrums. They are also a prime source of new recipes. Such was the case at this year's Superbowl. Not only did we win a little cash but I got a sure fire appetizer recipe for shrimp fritters. Our new friend, Mark, served these with a dipping sauce. They were firm enough to be called finger food and everyone loved them.

INGREDIENTS

1 pound of cooked, peeled, and deveined shrimp

2 jalapenos (I remove a bit of the seeds)

1 scallion

3/4 cup sweet corn

1 egg

Pulse all of these ingredients in a food processor. Mix in:

1 cup panko bread crumbs.

Pan fry in olive oil until browned and firm.

To serve, mix mayo and siracha to your liking and dip fritters.

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Comments (1)

I do not eat fish too often, but these sound yummy; I will have to try them soon. I have been enjoying reading your cooking column. Thanks for sharing!

- Mary Curran | 3/30/19 6:20 PM

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