Haloumi, Sweet Potato & Corn Fritters

familyfriendly nutrition recipes Mar 21, 2024

There's something so appealing about a fritter and when you've got haloumi AND sweet potato in there (two of my favourites), I knew this was going to be a winner! If you want to watch a video of how to make them you can check it out here

Serves 4 (with a side salad)


180g haloumi, grated
2 cobs of steamed corn, kernels only
1 x small sweet potato, grated
1 x small red chilli, finely grated (optional)
1 x handful of fresh herbs (I used coriander and basil)
¼ x red onion, finely diced
3 x eggs
1 cup wholemeal self raising flour
pinch of salt and pepper


Combine the haloumi, corn, sweet potato, chilli, herbs and onion in a bowl. Whisk the eggs slightly and then add to the mixture and stir through. Add the flour and a pinch of salt and pepper and then combine.

Heat a large frypan to medium heat and cook the fritters for 2-3 minutes each side or until browned and can easily be flipped.

I served our fritters with a side salad of rocket, tomato, extra virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegar as well as a beetroot hummus, and an avocado, lime and chilli salsa. They would also be yum with some eggs or salmon too. 

For the kids:
I made small fritters and served with the same foods as our meal just plated up in a way they like paired with some new foods (my non-adventurous eater even tried rocket for the first time!). ๐Ÿ‘Œ


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