воскресенье, 6 ноября 2016 г.

Cajun Crawfish and Corn Fritters with Remoulade Dipping Sauce - a spicy appetizer for game day!

Cajun Crawfish and Corn Fritters with Remoulade Dipping Sauce - a spicy appetizer for game day!


Cajun Crawfish and Corn Fritters with Remoulade Dipping Sauce - a spicy appetizer for game day!


Looks great!


Wow, these look so good. I love that you can use frozen corn!


This recipe is totally outside of my wheelhouse, which makes it all that much more exciting! Ill be on the hunt for crawfish meet around Charlotte.


You are so lucky to be able to get crawfish even in the off season. I love crispy fritters, we have a lot of conch fritters by us, but these sound fantastic. I mean crawfish, cajun seasoning and corn - let me at 'em! Great recipe!


Cajun Crawfish and Corn Fritters with Remoulade Dipping Sauce - a spicy appetizer for game day!


Crawfish season may have come to an end here in Louisiana but luckily frozen crawfish tails are always available. I love to make traditional crawfish dishes like etouffee and boiled crawfish and then more out of the ordinary creations like crawfish enchiladas and these delicious Cajun Crawfish and Corn Fritters.


These spicy and savory corn fritters are pillow soft inside and perfectly crisp on the outside. They are filled with a mix of sweet corn and spicy crawfish and served with a Cajun Remoulade Dipping Sauce. I love making these for game day to enjoy while we cheer on our favorite Louisiana team!


Our state loves it's football! Scroll down for more tailgating recipes from my fellow bloggers!


Makes approx 40 fritters


1 tablespoon unsalted butter


Corn kernels cut from 3 ears or 10oz bag of frozen corn


2 cups all-purpose flour


1 tablespoon baking powder


2 1/2 teaspoons sugar


1 1/2 teaspoons salt


1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper


1 cup milk


3 eggs


1 tablespoon hot sauce


1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce


1 pound cooked crawfish tailmeat, chopped


Vegetable oil for frying


salt, for serving


Melt the butter in a small saucepan over medium heat.


Add the corn and cook, stirring as needed, for about 2 minutes. Remove from the heat.


In a medium bowl, sift the flour, baking powder, sugar, salt, and cayenne together.


In a small bowl, whisk the milk, eggs, hot sauce, and Worcestershire together to combine.


Make a well in the dry ingredients and pour the wet into it. Gently whisk together.


Next gently fold in the corn and crawfish.


Add enough oil to come halfway up the side of a deep-sided cast iron skillet. Heat to 325°F.


Working in batches of 6 to 8 and using a 2-tablespoon ice cream scoop, carefully drop the fritter batter into the oil.


As the fritters float to the top, roll them over in the hot oil to brown them evenly.


When they are golden on all sides, which will take 5 to 6 minutes per batch, transfer them to paper towels to drain.


Season with salt immediately so the salt sticks to the fritters.


Repeat until you use up all the batter.


For the Remoulade: mix all ingredients together in a small bowl.


Serve hot with Cajun Remoulade.


*When frying cover the pot with a splatter screen to protect yourself, as individual corn kernels will pop and fly if they make contact with the hot oil.


All summer long we love having crawfish boils here in Louisiana!


Ava - and baby Stella too- love crawfish! My little Cajun born babes!


If it is summer time I would use a pound of peeled crawfish meat leftover from a boil. There are always lots of leftovers and I freeze them for later. But if I don't have any I buy this frozen crawfish tail meat from the seafood section of the grocery store.


Roughly chop up the thawed crawfish meat.


You can use fresh corn- cut off about 3 cobs- or a 10oz bag of frozen corn kernels.


Melt the butter in a small saucepan over medium heat.


Add the corn and cook, stirring as needed, for about 2 minutes. Remove from the heat.


In a medium bowl, sift the flour, baking powder, sugar, salt, and cayenne together.


In a small bowl, whisk the milk, eggs, hot sauce, and Worcestershire together to combine.


Make a well in the dry ingredients and pour the wet into it.


Gently whisk together.


Next gently fold in the corn and crawfish.


Add enough oil to come halfway up the side of a deep-sided cast iron skillet. Heat to 325°F.


Working in batches of 6 to 8 and using a 2-tablespoon ice cream scoop...


carefully drop the fritter batter into the oil.


As the fritters float to the top, roll them over in the hot oil to brown them evenly.


*When frying cover the pot with a splatter screen to protect yourself, as individual corn kernels will pop and fly if they make contact with the hot oil.


When they are golden on all sides, which will take 5 to 6 minutes per batch, transfer them to paper towels to drain. Season with salt immediately so the salt sticks to the fritters.


Repeat until you use up all the batter.


While the fritters cook mix together the Remoulade sauce and chill until ready to serve.


Remoulade Dipping Sauce- delicious on po-boys and as a tasty dip for fried appetizers.


Serve hot with Cajun Remoulade.


You have got to try these tasty fritters for your next game day party!


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