After making my sweet raisin fritters, we decided we definitely had to make gluten free savory herb fritters too!
These fritters are yeast free, so simple and quick to whip together, the batter is ready in a bunch of minutes, just give it a moment to rest a bit and it’s ready to be fried!
Oh these are also dairy and egg free, so yup,vegan too.
Seriously, they’re good for everyone 😉
These gluten free savory herb fritters are just the perfect idea for an aperitif at home, we enjoy them with a good Aperol Spritz and a bunch of these chickpea sticks.
We don’t fry often, but now and then it’s good for the soul 😉
These fritters can not be baked, they have to be fried and served warm.
If any is left (and I underline IF), you can keep them in an airtight container and warm them up before eating them
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Savoury Herbs Ball Fritters | Gluten free * Vegan
- 100 grams gluten free white rice flour
- 50 grams potato or other gluten free starch
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 2 teaspoons baking powder (non flavored) *or 1 teaspoon cream of tartar + 1 teaspoon baking soda
- 100 grams unflavoured gluten free plant-based yogurt (best if soy)
- 1 tablespoon chopped fresh herbs, sage, rosemary, parsley, chives
- seed oil for frying
- in a bowl combine rice flour, starch, salt, baking powder and mix well
- add the plant based yogurt and mix with a spoon until you get a semi-soft batter
- if dry ingredients don’t incorporate well with the yogurt, add a couple tablespoon of water and mix again
- divide the batter into as many parts as the herbs you want to flavour them with
- finely slice a few leaves of your favorite herbs (parsley, sage, rosemary, chive etc) and add them to the batters, or you can simply add a mix of them to the whole batter
- let the batter rest for 15 minutes
- add a couple inches of seed oil to a small deep sauce pan and heat it over medium heat (it’s ready when you insert a toothpick and the oil makes tiny bubbles around it)
- fry the batter one teaspoon at a time
- start with one teaspoon of batter to check if the oil is at the right temperature: if the fritter gets brown quickly, the oil is too hot. Slightly low the heat, wait a minute and try again
- fry and flip the fritters around until they are nice and golden (it should take 2-3 minutes)
- place them in a plate over kitchen paper to absorb oil in excess
- once you’re finished frying, sprinkle them with salt and serve them freshly made and still warm