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Combine first 4 ... aside. Combine eggs, corn, milk, and ... vegetable oil heated to 375 degrees. Cook fritters until golden, turning once. Yield: About 3 dozen.

Combine the corn, eggs, flour and nutmeg in ... tablespoonfuls into hot vegetable oil in a skillet. Fry until golden brown on both sides. Drain on paper towels.

Combine ingredients in above order thoroughly. Then empty the contents onto a well floured surface and knead slowly, folding inward - not to exceed ...

Mix all above ... oil or shortening. Corn balls will turn ... to cook thoroughly. When golden brown, remove from grease, drain on paper towel and serve.

Sift together flour, cornmeal and soda. Add corn and egg and ... enough buttermilk for a semi-stiff batter. Spoon in a hot skillet and brown on both sides.

Preheat oil in ... bowl, combine the corn meal mix, flour and Essence. Stir ... absorbent paper. Makes about 2 dozen small fritters or 18 medium size fritters.

Combine first four ... aside. Combine eggs, corn, milk, and ... into oil heated to 375 degrees; cook fritters until golden, turning once. Makes 3 dozen.

Combine flour, sugar, salt ... aside. Combine eggs, corn, milk and ... teaspoons into very hot vegetable oil. Cook fritters until golden brown, turning once.

Mix ingredients together and dip with spoon. Deep fry in hot cooking oil. Cook until brown.

Add all ingredients, mix well until well moistened. Fold in stiffly beaten egg whites. Drop by tablespoon into hot oil or deep fryer until golden ...

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