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Pea Fritters

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These fritters are delicious hot or cold and make an excellent snack food as well as a side dish that goes with just about everything.

Source: Martha Stewart Kids, Spring 2002
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Cook's Notes

If using fresh peas, blanch them in boiling water for one to two minutes, then drain well and pat dry before adding to the batter. Thawed frozen peas can be added without additional cooking.

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  • BAJORDAN1
    17 MAY, 2017
    Is this something that can be stored or frozen for "future" usage? Three dozen is a lot for just little ole me.
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