Easy carrot fritters are one quick solution if you have leftover carrots or if you want to make a fast dinner, that tastes great and is ready to be eaten. These patties are also perfect if you need something for the day after and you do not have enough time to cook before lunch.
What ingredients you need
This recipe has only three basic ingredients plus seasoning. For this reason, these easy carrot fritters can be done in basically 20 minutes! With this recipe, we made 5 fritters of medium / big size, with two carrots of average size (around 140-180 grams), 3 tablespoons of flour, 1 egg, and then dried parsley, cilantro, salt, and pepper.
The ingredients need to be mixed in a single bowl, making the process extremely fast.
We used an all-purpose flour but if you are intolerant to gluten, you can opt for buckwheat flour, which is also rich in fibers and minerals.
What to serve them with
These easy carrot fritters can be served into buns to make a hamburger, along with lettuce, tomato, and mayonnaise inside. Feel free to add more ingredients as you please.
Alternatively, you can eat them as a snack with mayonnaise. They can be even a starter.
Yet, they can be served as part of a salad meal, with fries or slices of bread.
How to store your easy carrot fritters
If you have leftover patties, you can place them into an airtight container and store them in the fridge for 2-3 days.
You can also freeze your patties for a couple of months. When you need to eat them, let them thaw overnight, or cook straight from the freezer.
These carrot patties are quick food for a bunch of meals. Do you like them or do you prefer making fritters with a different main ingredient?
Easy carrot fritters
- 3 carrots average size
- 3 tablespoons flour
- 1 egg
- Grate the carrots into a bowl and add the rest of the ingredients. Mix until a lumpy thick mixture forms.
- After heating up a frying pan with some oil, scoop a generous amount of batter and flatten to form a patty shape.
- Cook for 2-3 minutes over medium heat.
- Once ready, serve!
Nutritional information shall not be used for medical reasons.