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  • Makes 12
  • 30 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 7 Ingredients

142 Comments

Corned Beef Fritters are such a yummy way to use up left over Corned Beef!

We love how versatile this recipe is from Sandi – if you don’t have Corned Beef, you could switch out for Ham, Chicken, Salmon or Tuna.

Corned Beef Fritters also really allow you to dial up the vegetable content if you want to – add a 1/2 cup of corn kernels, a 1/4 cup of spring onions, some grated carrot or even some grated zucchini.

Corned Beef Fritters can be oven baked on some baking paper and sprayed with olive oil but they really are the most sensational if shallow fried so that they crisp up all around the edges.

Serve your corned beef fritters with a side of sweet or garlic potato mash, in a wrap with a salad or with a big plate of freshly steam vegetables. Leftover Corn Beef Fritters are also brilliant for school lunchboxes (or work lunchboxes) or just for you.

Reheat them in the microwave, oven or even in your toasted sandwich maker.

If you’re wondering about sauces … barbecue or tomato sauce is always a winner.  Or you might like to try a homemade Tomato Relish Recipe or Corn Relish both recipes from other MoM Members.

Once you’ve tried this Corned Beef Fritters Recipe, leave a comment so we know what you thought!


Ingredients (makes 12 Fritters)

  • 1 cup Left over corn beef
  • 1 3/4 cups Self raising flour
  • 1 teaspoon Salt
  • 1 cup Milk
  • 1 tablespoon Melted butter
  • 1 Onion, finely chopped
  • 1 tablespoon Parsley

Method

  1. Cover the bottom of a heavy based fry pan with vegetable oil and preheat to medium. Combine all ingredients except meat & onion making a batter then add meat & onion, gently mixing together.
  2. Using a tablespoon scoop filling into pan ( use a second tablespoon to scrape )
  3. Fry until golden and turn over and repeat.

How does this recipe compare to the way you make your Corn Fritters?  Or are you new to the World of Corn Fritters?

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  • They look so delicious! Thanks!

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  • yum – great way to use leftovers

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  • Awesome idea for left over meat – I reckon you could use this for other roast meats too.

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  • We don’t often have any corned beef left over, but a great idea.

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  • Love this easy recipe.

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  • Oh Thankyou for sharing this recipe I have been looking fir a good Fritter recipe can’t wait to try it ????

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  • These seem very easy to put together and hope to cook soon.

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  • Wow these look absolutely tasty and quick!

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  • Thanks for such a simple recipe – and if you are vegan, just leave out the meat! Thanks for sharing

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  • The Hubby would love these, great for a quick lunch option!

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  • Anything with corned beef is good for me. I never thought to do this

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  • Fantastic idea for no waste

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  • Great idea and a good alternative to just having leftovers on Sangas. I love ways to avoid wasting food.

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  • Had never considered this. We only ever use leftovers on a sandwich. Yum!!

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  • I love simple recipes!

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