Pumpkin, Pea and Haloumi Fritters
I love a good fritter. Fritters are also the perfect way to use up leftover veggies, so be creative, add in anything you have hiding in the back of the fridge as long as it doesn’t resemble a science experiment! The Miso Butter is not essential, but it does bring something a little extra to your late night foodie game!
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- 1 brown onion halved
- 20 Grams Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO) plus extra for frying BUY
- 300 Grams roasted pumpkin, in large cubes
- 150 Grams peas, frozen but thawed
- 200 Grams haloumi cheese, cubed
- 1 Handful fresh mint leaves
- 1 eggs
- 50 Grams plain flour
- pink salt flakes and pepper to taste BUY
- 1 Batch Miso Butter with Black Pepper Oil for frying (optional) Recipe
Place onion and EVOO into the Thermomix bowl, chop 4 sec/speed 5 cook 5 min/Varoma/speed 1/MC off.
Add all remaining ingredients and combine 10 sec/Reverse/speed 2. Finish combining with spatula. You want it to be nice and chunky.
Heat a pan over medium heat for several minutes. When ready to cook add a dollop of Miso Butter and melt until sizzling.
Place heaped tablespoons of mixture into the hot pan and cook until browned on both sides. Repeat with more butter between fritters.
Serve with (more) Miso Butter, a poached egg, on their own or with a salad. These make great breakfast or light lunch food.
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