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For those who asked, here's the recipe for the fritters we made at Snoodfest

FRITTERS

1 Pt. Oysters or Clams, drained, reserve liquid

2 Cups Sifted flour

1 Tbls. Baking Powder

1 1/2 tsp. Salt ( less if oysters are salty )

2 Eggs, (Large), slightly beaten

1 Cup Reserved Oyster or Clam liquid

1 Tbls. Melted Butter


Drain and chop Oysters or Clams.

Sift dry ingredients together

Combine eggs, liquid and butter

Pour in dry ingredients and stir until smooth

Add Oysters or Clams and mix well

You can add Chesapeake Bay seasoning ( Old Bay, J.O. etc.) to taste

Let mixture stand in fridge to blend flavors for an hour or so or even overnight

Fry in hot (350*) greased pan until golden brown

Drain on paper towel

ENJOY.....!,
Geo
 

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They were the best I have ever eaten! Thanks for the time and work it took to make them!

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Those things were awesome and thanks for the recepe. I've had conch and lobster fritters before but never clam, that was great. Have you ever tried making them with crab meat?
 

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Fritters

George

Beth and I really enjoyed your fritters. I must tell you, I have never tried anything like them before so they were a treat to us.

Thanks Again

John
 

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Tf search engine is fantastic!!!

Just shucked a bunch of O's that were harvested this morning and decided to try something different.

This thread appeared in my search for Oyster Fritters and we'll be giving them a try as soon as I return from tomorrow's fishing trip to OC in search of Blues an Stripers.

We had some deep fried Alaskan Razor clams the night before last and will have to try this recipe on them also. Last night we enjoyed steamed shrimp and made fish balls which we'll sample this weekend.

Gastronomically speaking, Life Is Good!

Thanks for the recipe George. Hope to see you again in O.C. this coming January.
 
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