Corned Beef Fritters


Corned Beef Fritters

By Pam Sorohan Published: March 16, 2013

  • Yield: depends on amount of leftovers.
  • Cook: 2 min each approx mins

A way to use up leftovers after a meal of boiled corned beef and vegies



  1. Stir all of the ingredients in together adding flour a little at a time
  2. Cook like pikelets ie. A tablespoon at a time in a greased frypan until it bubbles on first side then turn and cook til brown on both sides.(except at a slightly lower heat, and they take longer)
  3. Usually served with sauces of choice.
  4. To make a rounded dinner they can be served with a salad which is also easy for kids to learn.

I have been married to Allan for too many years to mention and we have 2 grown up girls. Shannon is married to David and Holly will be married to Caine in July 2013. Allan and I live with his mother near Mackay Queensland Australia.We are on a lovely small farm (just growing our own vegies and fruit. Not a lot but getting better at growing things as time goes by. I have a sister Penny and 4 brothers Francis & Clifford (1 Deceased Lindsay). My family is very large and spread out with my mother being 1 of 10 children (with many kids) and dad being one of 3 (not many kids) My family gets together a lot as does Allan's, so we have a fairly social life.

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One thought on “Corned Beef Fritters

  1. Jennifer says:

    These easy Corn Fritters are sweet and delicate, and they’re a great way to use fresh sweet corn once the thrill of eating fresh corn-on-the-cob has worn off a bit and you’re looking for something new. Serve these fritters plain or with a spicy salsa fresca, cilantro sauce, or …

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