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The Perfect Zucchini and Sweet Corn Fritters

The Perfect Zucchini and Sweet Corn Fritters



Here at the Perfect P, we love food!  Every week we will be unveiling our favorite recipes to share with you.  Let us know which ones you love and pass along to friends -  this week's recipe is from Mara Ossorio, a delicious fritter recipe that you will gobble up! They are unbelievably easy to make and the perfect way to sneak in some veggies! 


The Perfect Zucchini and Sweet Corn Fritters

The Goods

1 ½ pounds of organic zucchini, grated

1 tsp. sea salt

2 ears of organic fresh corn, cut from the cob

¼ cup organic unbleached flour

¼ cup parmesan reggiano, grated

2 cloves garlic

2 large organic brown eggs, beaten

Kosher salt and fresh ground pepper to taste

2 tblsp. extra virgin olive oil


Place grated zucchini in a colander over the sink. Add the tsp. of sea salt and gently toss to combine. Let sit for 10 minutes. Using a clean dish towel or cheesecloth, squeeze the remaining moisture from the zucchini completely.

In a large bowl, combine the zucchini, corn, flour, parmesan, garlic, egg and season with salt and pepper.


Heat olive oil in a large skillet over medium high heat. Scoop tblsp. of batter for each fritter, flattening with a spatula, and cook until the underside is golden brown, about 2 minutes. Flip and cook on the other side, about 1-2 minutes longer.

    Serve Immediately…


For a delicious topping, mix 2 tblsp. of soft goat cheese with ½ cup sour cream for a dollop of WOW!



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Everything is coming up...Radishes

Everything is coming up...Radishes


Did you know we always include something special when you buy something from The Perfect Provenance?  This month, it is radish seeds perfect for planting for great fall veggies.

Did you know?
  • That the word "radish" comes from the Latin “radix,” meaning “root,” and the Greek word "raphanus," which translates to "quickly appearing” may have to do with the fact that radishes are one of the fastest growing vegetables when they're planted from seed.
  • With a very low calorie count, less than 20 calories in an entire cup, radishes are a great way to add nutrients, fiber and tons of flavor to your meals. 
  • The older, or longer it is allowed to grow, the spicier the radish.
  • Radishes lower body temperature and relieve inflammation from fevers. A good method of intake is drinking radish juice mixed with black salt, and since they act as good disinfectants, radishes also fight infections that can cause fever.
  • A half cup of radishes per day in a salad or just as a snack is nearly 15% of your daily intake of Vitamin-C
Mara Ossorio's radishes she planted recently.  Radishes are easy to grow and grow quickly.

Happy eating!!!  

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