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December 26, 1986 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-12-26

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canned corn kernels,
well drained
Oil for deep-frying
Have all the ingredients
ready. Preheat the oil to 375
degrees. In a large bowl, use a
fork to lightly beat the eggs;
then beat in the milk and
cream-style corn. Put the flour
and baking powder on top of
the milk mixture; then mix the
ingredients together just until
the batter is almost completely
moistened. Add the corn ker-
nels, and stir just until evenly
distributed.
For each fritter, drop a
rounded teaspoonful of batter
from a spoon into the hot oil.
Don't crowd the fritters, and
don't allow them to touch one
another. They will puff consid-
erably. When the fritters are
browned on the bottom, turn
them and cook them on the
other side. They will need
about 2 to 3 minutes total fry-
ing time. Remove them from
the oil with tongs or a slotted
spoon, and drain them well on
paper towels.
Continue making fritters
until all the batter is used.
Serve warm. Makes 3 to 4 do-
zen.

HUSH PUPPIES
1 cup commercial butter-
milk
1 tbsp. dried instant minced
onion
Oil for deep-frying
2 large eggs
11/2 cups yellow or white
cornmeal, preferably
stone-ground •
Y4 cup all-purpose flour
2 taps. sugar
4 taps. baking powder
1/2 tsp. salt
In a medium-sized bowl,
combine the buttermilk and
instant minced onion. Let the
mixture rest so that the onion
can absorb some moisture and
soften. Meanwhile, preheat oil
to 375 degrees. Add the eggs to
the buttermilk mixture in the
bowl, and mix well. Put the
cornmeal, flour, sugar, baking
powder and salt on top of the
buttermilk mixture; then stir
until all the ingredients are
very well combined. Let the

batter rest 5 minutes; then stir
just once or twice to deflate any
large bubbles.
For each hush puppy, drop a
rounded teaspoonful of batter
into the hot oil. (Put the batter
on a spoon; then push it off with
your finger or another spoon.)
Don't crowd the hush puppies,
and don't allow them to touch
one another.
When the hush puppies are
browned on the bottom, turn
them and cook them on the
other side. they will need about
2 to '3 minutes total frying
time. Remove them from the
oil with tongs or a slotted
spoon, and drain them well on
paper towels.
Continue making hush pup-
pies until all the batter is used.
Serve warm. Makes about 31/2
dozen.

PONTCHIKI
This recipe is from Jewish
Cooking from Around the
World by Josephine Levy
Bacon (Barron's).
21/2 cups all-purpose flour
1 tsp. baking powder
2 large eggs
11/2 cups sour cream
2 tbsps. granulated sugar
V4 tsp. salt
V2 tsp. vanilla extract .
Oil for deep-frying
3 cups confectioners' sugar
Combine all ingredients ex-
cept oil and confectioners'
sugar in a large mixing bowl.
Blend well; the batter will be
soft.
Heat the oil in a deep-fryer
until it is so hot that a cube of
bread dropped into it will
brown in 1 minute, about 375
degrees F. Drop a few table-
spoons of the mixture carefully
into the oil and frying until
golden brown on one side; then
turn and fry on other side,
about 3 minutes. Drain on
paper towels and continue with
remaining batter. When all the
doughnuts are done, pour the
confectioners' sugar into a
shallow platter and roll
doughnuts in it to coat
thoroughly. Serve warm.
Serves 8 to 10.

Copyright 1986, Gloria Kaufer
Greene

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