Pear Fritters

 

Makes ~30 bite sized pieces

Ingredients:

  • 2 cups gluten free plain (All Purpose) baking flour
  • 2 tsp sugar
  • 2 tsp baking soda
  • 1/2 tsp citric acid
  • 1 cup calcium fortified rice milk
  • 1 Tblsp rice bran oil (or suitable oil)
  • 1 egg
  • 2 Tblsp water
  • 3-4 cups rice bran oil, or suitable oil, for deep frying
  • 4-5 ripe pears peeled
  • 1/2 cup castor sugar for rolling the cooked fritter in

Method:

  • Sift the first 4 dry ingredients into a medium sized bowl
  • In a separate bowl beat together the rice milk, oil, egg and water
  • Add liquid ingredients to the flour and beat until blended. The oil should be about 3 cm (1 inch) deep. The oil is ready to use when it starts to shimmer
  • Peel the pears and slice them into pieces
  • Place the pear in batches into the batter and roll them around until fully coated
  • Using tongs, gently place the battered pear into the shimmering oil, so that they do not touch. Do not over crowd the oil.
  • Cook roughly 1 minutes (until browned) and then turn the pear over for another minute on the other side
  • Take the fritter from the oil and place on a paper towel to drain
  • Roll the drained pear fritters in the extra sugar to fully coat the fritter
  • Continue until all the pears are cooked and coated in sugar

To Serve:

  • Eat straight away, as they are, or with maple syrup or topping of your choice

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