Sep 1, 2015

Apple Fritters with Chocolate Sauce

Apple fritters can be served as a dessert or as a finger snacks with chocolate syrup as a great combo. It is easy to make and need few ingredients for this recipe. Even you can prepare fritters with other seasonal fruits like green apple, pineapple, bananas, and pears.



For apple fritters, you have to dip the apple slices in a batter and deep fried till to golden crisp and serve with chocolate syrup. Serve immediately after preparation. If you are egg eater, then you can whisk the egg into batter for tastier snacks but it’s an eggless recipe. Even you can serve this crisp golden fritters with vanilla ice-cream or chilled custard pudding.

I prepared Eggless Apple Fritters with Chocolate Sauce recipe for Mega Blogging Marathon#56 hosted by Srivalli under the International Combo theme.



Preparation Time: 10 Minutes
Cooking Time:  15 Minutes
Servings: 2
Category: Snacks

Ingredients:
2 Red Apples
1/2 Cup Plain Flour
Pinch of Baking Soda
Pinch of salt
1/2 Tsp. Cinnamon Powder
1 Tbsp. Icing Sugar
1 Tbsp. Lemon Juice
Oil, for deep frying
Chocolate Sauce as a dip

Instructions:
Heat the sufficient oil in kadhai on medium flame. Toss the apple slices with lemon juice and keep aside.
Combine flour, baking soda, salt and pinch of cinnamon powder in a bowl and mix well.
Add 1 Cup of water to make a smooth batter of coating consistency. Keep aside.
Dip a slice of apples one by one and deep fry in oil till to turn golden in color and cook well. Drain on kitchen papers.
Sprinkle cinnamon powder and sugar over them and serve hot with chocolate syrup.

Notes: You can use milk instead of water.
You can use other fruit also like pears, pineapple and banana etc for fruit fritters.


Tags: how to make apple fritters, apple recipes, fritter recipes, apple ke pakore, fried apples, chocolate sauce, fusion recipes, snacks, starters, sweet recipe, eggless recipe, eggless apple fritters, desserts.


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21 comments:

  1. drooling here!!! what a start to the marathon... wow!!! very tempting and delicious!!

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  2. Preeti the plating looks awesome..very good combo must say..

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  3. Nice combo. I considered this combo but could not get myself to deep fry apples.. :) This must have made a great dessert.

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  4. Very interesting combo.Nice presentation.

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  5. That's a perfect combo awesome plating Priti nice start...

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  6. sweet start Preeti - glad to have you back...nice recipe and presentation

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  7. love to grab one.. so tempting.. :) :)

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  8. I have made a savory version of apple fritters. I am sure my little one would to gobble up a few :)

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  9. so glad to have you back marathoning with us again!!! This looks like a scrumptious snack!

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  10. The fritters along with the sauce look super inviting Preeti. Great start.

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  11. Delicious combo Preeti...Good one...

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  12. Love the combo..It looks yummy Preeti.

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  13. Ah what a delicious combo ! I made this a while back and loved it . Very well presented .

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  14. This is look so cool. Apple fritters with chocolate yumm

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  15. I can finish that plate of crispy fritters anytime, can imagine how delicious this fritters will be with that chocolate sauce..delicious!!

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  16. I have a bowl of apples waiting to be used up ! Guess this can be baked too !!

    Do link it to my monsoon mojo event n giveaway preeti

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  17. nice-way to sneak in apples into fussy eater's plate!!! Very attractive!!

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  18. A delectable way to start the BM. The apple fritters sound delicious.

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  19. Apple fritter look so crispy and delicious.

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