You can serve these in a big basket as a munchie or appetizer … or make them as an accompaniment to grilled hamburgers or a big shrimp or crab boil. Potatoes have always been a great choice to accompany seafood for a complete meal. Now, you can serve these in a big basket as a munchie or appetizer…or make them as an accompaniment to grilled hamburgers or a big shrimp or crab boil. A year ago my friend Josie clipped a magazine recipe for me, you know the way our grandmothers used to share recipes. Or, for a really special treat, sprinkle them generously with sifted powdered sugar! Whisk it together gently, adding a little more milk if it’s too thick. I wanted to add corn kernels but wanted to stick to the traditional recipe. I really sliced the heck out of ’em. This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page to help users provide their email addresses. Add some garlic butter to kick them up a notch. THANK YOU.*. Now, with a spoon or a cookie scoop (I like using the scoop!)…. ), and you have a delicious crab cake meal. I guess I was afraid I wouldn’t have enough. These traditional hoe cakes are my favorite on Sunday mornings with a cup of coffee. This happened last night, by the way. Divine. Drop little lumps of batter into the hot oil. Cannella Vita. Most of her writing is now found in the recipe archives as cooking is her stress relief! I never set out to make corn fritters, but I’m always glad when I make them. Yum yum yum. *PRETEND I INSERTED A PHOTO OF ALL-PURPOSE FLOUR. As CEO of StyleBlueprint, Liza also regularly writes for SB. Add the flour, baking powder, and sugar to a bowl. It should be a little on the loosey-goosey side. Pour the boiling water over the cornmeal and stir it up. To serve, reheat in a 225-degree-F oven for 15 minutes. Any hotter than that, and the fritters will burn pretty quickly. Fold the mixture together, making sure the corn is fully incorporated into the batter. You may be able to find more information about this and similar content at piano.io, Bacon-Cheddar Cornbread Will Knock Your Socks Off, Skillet Biscuits with Cinnamon-Honey Butter, 85 Easy Thanksgiving Sides for a Delicious Feast, 25 Easy Salad Recipes to Make for Thanksgiving, This Green Bean Casserole Will Be Gone in Minutes, You'll Love These Creative Potato Recipes, 25 Cranberry Recipes for Every Meal of the Day, Baked Acorn Squash Is the Perfect Fall Side, (generous) Corn Kernels: Fresh, Frozen, Or Canned. Mix flour, sugar, and baking powder. THANK YOU. Corn, asparagus, zucchini, green and red peppers, and various beans are all good choices to pair with crab cakes. I cooked thirty ears of corn for my five-year-old’s birthday party. Rate it above to let us know how it was! As a side, serve two corn cakes. mix together the melted butter cans of creamed and whole kernel corn. Use a measuring cup, 1/3 size, to scoop mixture out and cook on each side for 2-3 minutes. They’re delightfully yummy! Throw in the corn and the chopped chives. Keep it healthy with some asparagus spears. When the water boils, measure it in a metal or tempered-glass measuring cup. I love corn cakes. Delicious crispy edges and tender, corn filled centers! Problem is, the only people in attendance were my immediately family—MM, the kids, and me—and Pesky Tim and his family. To make matters worse, I let everyone dig into the birthday cake before dinner. Yum yum. Cranked Up Corn Chowder. Watch the fritters and flip them to the other side when the first side starts to get golden brown. Makes 20-24 at about 4 inches across. You can serve these in a big basket as a munchie or appetizer … or make them as an accompaniment to grilled hamburgers or a big shrimp or crab boil. A main dish would be nice (something with protein, but not to heavy), but even a really good dipping sauce suggestion would be splendid. Every item on this page was chosen by The Pioneer Woman team. Serve these with coffee, butter, and syrup. For a summertime meal, it's hard to beat a few corn cakes topped with fresh tomatoes, avocado, onion and a dollop of sour cream! What kind of potatoes should you serve with crab cakes?