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Brussels Sprouts Fritters


Brussels Sprouts Fritters

When I buy vegetables that need to be cooked (steamed, boiled, or roasted, etc.) to eat, I usually buy two bags at a time.

If you have to take the extra step, I don’t want to do it only to be able to use them for one meal.

But a few weekends ago when I opened two bags of brussels sprouts at home, I was a bit overwhelmed.

I guess I didn’t realize there were so many in each bag.

I usually like to roast Brussels sprouts, but this time I decided to have a little fun by deep-frying a few.

These fritters are super yummy!!

The outside is crispy and the inside is tender and sweet.

Terry is not a big fan of Brussels sprouts, but he ate the whole bowl of them by himself!

These are a perfect snack but they can be also served as a side dish for a burger or a sandwich in place of french fries.

Brussels Sprouts Fritters

5~6 Brussels sprouts, cut in half
canola oil for deep-frying
batter (I apologize in advance. I didn’t measure the ingredients to make the batter, so I can’t really tell you exactly how much each ingredient you need. The consistency you want to achieve is a rather thick one so that thick coating will stay on.)
– flour
– cold water
– a pinch of baking powder
– salt

1. Heat oil to 180 degrees C (or 360 degrees F).
2. Make batter by combining the ingredients.
3. Dip the Brussels sprouts into the batter. Coat them well.
4. Deep-fry in the oil for about 4 minutes until the outside is crispy and the inside is tender.
5. Remove from oil and drain on paper towel. Sprinkle salt. Serve with ketchup or other sauce you like.














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