Green curry chicken fritters
Our small fridge is full of small containers that contains small amount of bits and pieces that I couldn't bear to throw away just in case I may need it somehow ....
When I remember to check it out , it's either moldy or just plain nasty !
Curry paste for that matter , can be kept for more than a month ....
I only use curry paste in either chicken or beef curry or curry rice and well , I just cook it whenever I feel like it , so by the time I feel the need to eat curry , the paste is already unusable ....
I was thumbing the copy of Cooking Light magazine that I borrowed from the library and seen this green curry fritters er I've seen the recipe before but it just slipped off my mind ....
Good timing , since I also need to use the chicken that has been in the freezer for I don't know how long ; I haven't thrown the curry paste which I've been planning to so as not to clutter the already cluttered fridge ^__^ ''
Actually , I ate some fritters with rice , as usual but since I've got some bread nah , not homemade since I'm too lazy to make it , I've made some sandwiches as well ....
I was building up my mini sandwich and thinking , these fritters can be great as an appetizer !
So , why not ?
These fritters are such a versatile bunch lol
Easy to make and the flavor is just wonderful ! Just enough spiciness that will tickle your taste buds and will please both kids and adults alike .
Horsemeat-free chicken fritters . Guaranteed !
Recipe adapted from Cooking Light magazine , October 2012
2/3 cup panko ( Japanese-style breadcrumbs )
1/4 cup diagonally sliced green onions
1 pound ground chicken breast
2 tablespoons mayonnaise
1 1/2 tbsps Thai green curry paste ( I used a generous 2 teaspoons )
1 tbsp sesame oil ( 3/4 tsp )
1 tbsp light soy sauce
2 tsps chili paste
3/8 tsp kosher salt ( a pinch )
1/2 tsp grated fresh ginger
1 large egg
I added the grated zest of 1 lime
some cherry tomatoes , cornichons / pickled cucumbers / gherkins , lettuce to serve
* Place 3 ingredients in a large bowl . In another small bowl , combine the mayo and the next 7 ingredients ( through egg ) . Add the mayo mixture to chicken mixture ; mix lightly until combined . Divide into 12 equal portion ; shape each portion into a small patty ( do not pack ) .
* Heat a large skillet over medium-high heat . Add oil , panfry patties and cook until golden brown .
*** I've divided the chicken mixture into 30 pieces , sizes ranging from 15 to 30 grams .
These little bites look yummilicious!ReplyDelete
Wow, your fritters look so good! I would happily munch these for my lunch and for dinner too! Burp.. happy! Yum!
they look too cute to be eaten!!ReplyDelete
What a fun and delicious fingerfood!ReplyDelete
Happy Easter Holiday, Anne.
Anne, this is so cute...we must have some of these cutie today. Thanks for sharing:)ReplyDelete
Looks good...Thanks for sharing this great recipe.ReplyDelete
Hi Anne! Small is BIG!ReplyDelete
You bake the sandwich buns too?
Nice bites, great for parties. Sure look very pretty!ReplyDelete
Hi Anne, I love finger food like your fritters and your pictures look pretty too!ReplyDelete
LOL...horsemeat free? Whew. Your fritters sound wonderful...and how cute they are as appetizers. My fridge is just the same...it needs a good purging after Easter!ReplyDelete
How pretty those chicken patties are, perfect for party bites. This is a good idea to make them into burgers too, yumm!ReplyDelete
Love your first picture, so presentable! Another easy and yummy recipe .ReplyDelete
Reading your post felt like you peeped into my fridge. We are a family of three there are leftovers in small containers and usually for breakfast I look into the fridge, what can I use to make a new dish. Your horse meat free fritters reminds me of my own creation I cut the burger patty in quarters for a quick appetizer. Gosh, they really look good.ReplyDelete
This is so super cute! I want to put them all in my pocket :)ReplyDelete
Those little chicken patties look very good, love the presentation and the clicks. The part on the fridge sounds really, really familiar :))ReplyDelete
they look good, so are the cute burgers!! i just simply adore thai flavours!ReplyDelete
oo, these look really tasty! so versatile, too :)ReplyDelete
Aww...Anne, this is so nice and cute presented.**thumb up**ReplyDelete
This is prefect for a tea party.
Bite size and delicious :)