I love fresh ricotta..It adds so much to the recipe.I have tried it in quiches and pancakes and now fritters and it really makes a difference, these sound like a perfect lunch time snack , Thank you Tandy ..We had them for lunch with a salad and it was really good (lunch is the main meal here). I guess as they grow and mature into little people, we have to do our own growth and maturation as parents. I wish I had a better one myself. Daniela, your darling zucchini fritters do look absoluetly delicious! Wrap grated zucchini in a clean kitchen towel or paper towels and squeeze out excess liquid over the sink. (diameter) patties with hands without leaving any ingredient behind. What a perfect addition to a wholesome and healthy lunch! You may have just pushed me over the edge! They're super-crispy on the outside and creamy and luscious on the … It did..the ricotta was an amazing addition to the fritters..I will definetly make it again. I don´t have children but imagine it must be pretty emotional. I find it more complicate to describe! The recipe looks simple enough. I’m not sure because I don’t eat any fritter things I won’t deny that yours look good, though , Hello Fati…I thin fritters and 3ijeh are one and the same, however our 3ijeh is usually just eggs, onions and herbs..fritters add more vegetables. I’ve always been too scared to attempt to make it at home. However, I had a problem with my gluten free flour mix. Can you explain tho what you mean by “sticks”? And, thanks, as well, for the kind mention of my blog. Thank YOU for the wonderfull ricotta recipe and all the stories and recipes you post , I really enjoy visiting your blog. Stir well, then stir in the flour just until incorporated. xxx, Love these! A question that I happen to ask myself almost every time I leave the more familiar field of pasta-based recipes. Add drained ricotta, egg, lemon zest, thyme, salt and … It sounds so good & looks so good too. Flavor is good but ingreidents list is off. Driving her to school on her first day of second grade, being caught up in her excitement. It’s fantastic that something so tasty can be so healthy too! I am currently watching my carb intake. To my great surprise, I could shape spoonfuls of the zucchini batter into 3-in. I may try adding a spring onion and grated zu. https://www.wholefoodbellies.com/zucchini-and-sweet-corn-fritters-recipe I like all the ingredients you used, specially fresh cheese!! The recipe is Mario Batali’s  . This is a great base for fritters but you’ll need to adjust as needed. 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Lynda Like many people this time of year, I have lots of zucchini I need to use up. ( Log Out /  Thank you for posting this!. I stuck to the recipe with the exception of adding a table spoon of dried mint, teaspoon of paprika and grating the onions and garlic instead of slicing them.The fritters were a hit. They were not too bad but I need more practice. Look it up ! Bec x. Daniela. What’s on the Menu for a Thanksgiving in Revolt? There are large gaps in the list of ingredients. Do you have any other suggestions? We get to my daughter’s class and we are greeted by her new teacher,smiling and cheerful. Begin typing your search above and press return to search. They’re addicting and I love them. Great preparation of the recipe…these look fantastic! Against all the odds. I’m glad you liked it, Pamela! The photos are beautiful as per usual. More Delicious Fried Foods. c, The ricotta does make a big difference Cecilia…I loved it I hope you will too. Can these be frozen? I love zucchini! Your brown paper background in your photos is a great idea. The ingredients don’t match the correct quantity you need as well. had to use much more ricotta. If you're interested in seeing what you've inspired, I blogged about my zucchini, carrot, corn and ricotta fritters here:http://littlemissling.wordpress.com/2013/06/05/cooking-with-little-miss-ling-zucchini-carrot-corn-and-ricotta-fritters/. ( Log Out /  Looking forward to fry them and taste. This is exactly what I was wondering. And so do my 4 kids!! It was amazing! I’ve had plenty of disasters dealing with ‘patties’ or ‘fritters’ and some of them tend to be soft, crumbly or fell apart completely after one bite. I have been craving ricotta lately and found this recipe on Pinterest. Other than that, I’m going to try this recipe tonight. The latest in food culture, cooking, and more.