Medieval Apple Fritter

Medieval Apple Fritter with vegan ice-cream in a black bowl

Written by McDonald, T.  |  Date 28th of November 2022

With the Christmas season coming up, it is good to have a few treats in your recipe book to keep these little ones happy.  These are filling and great as a snack but best as a dessert.  They are simple and easy to make and once you have made them you can store them in the fridge for latter.  When you want them, heat them up in the oven for a few minutes.  The fritters are fun, sweet, and tasty!

Notes

  • I used both vegan butter and vegetable oil to fry the fritters in.  The butter adds flavour and the vegetable oil is both cheaper and healthier.

Fritters frying in vegan butter and vegetable oil.
 
Fritters dusted with icing sugar.



Makes 4 big fritters.

20 minutes. 


Ingredients

  • White flour x 160 g
  • Apple sauce x 2 tbsp
  • Apple x 1/2 chopped
  • Sultans x 2 tbsp
  • Water x 70 ml 
  • Cinnamon x 1 tsp
  • Baking powder x 1/2 tsp
  • Vegan butter for frying 20 g
  • Vegetable oil for frying x 3 tbsp
  • Salt x 1/4 tsp
  • Sugar x 4 tsp 
 

Method 

  1. Tip the flour into a mixing bowl. 

  2. Add the water and mix. 

  3. Add the apple sauce, chopped apple, sultans, cinnamon, baking powder, salt, and sugar. 

  4. Mix everything together into a sticky dough. 

  5. Shape into patties and fry on a medium heat on both sides until golden brown on both sides. About 5 – 8 minutes each side.  Keep checking as you fry them, so they don't burn.

  6. Dust with icing sugar (Optional).

 

Medieval Apple Fritter batter on a wooden chopping baord
Shape the fritters on a floured work surface.

Dusted with icing sugar.

Results 

These turned out quite nice.   I had them with vegan ice-cream for dessert. 

Medieval Apple Fritter on wooden chopping board

Medieval Apple Fritters with ice-cream in a black bowl


I hope that you liked this blog and if you do try this recipe, please let me know how you got on and what it turned out like. You can leave a comment in the comments below.


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