Corn Fritter

Found mostly in the South and less often in the Northeast, most corn fritters are similar to hushpuppies: little spheres or tubes of fried cornmeal, possibly including corn kernels and sometimes served under powdered sugar with maple syrup. Some of the most unusual ones are those served in the cafeteria line of Honey From the Rock Cafe in Augusta, Georgia. They are see-through-thin wafers of fried cornmeal: wickedly crisp and radiant with corn flavor.

Restaurants With This Dish

The Wyld


Loro - Smoked Beef Brisket


Dixie Crossroads


Honey From the Rock Cafe


Corn Fritter Recipes

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