I’m terribly sorry I have not posted anything for the past 10 months. Life has changed a lot and there’s no excuse because I’m obviously still cooking.. just not writing down the recipes and posting them on my beloved blog.
I’ve got a new job which I’m in love with, lucky to work close from home and doing a bunch of traveling this year!
Anyway let’s get to why we are here! Courgette fries! I went to Granger and Co last week with some friends and had courgette fries there… however.. they were undercooked.. but I’m always too damn nice to send my food back, so I just chewed through tough rubbery fried disks.
I had some baby courgettes in the fridge during this weekend, so decided to make it at home.
- 8 baby courgettes (cut lengthwise in quarter)
- 1/2 cup plain flour
- 1/2 cup cornstarch
- 1 tablespoon black pepper
- 1 tablespoon garlic powder
- 1/2 cup milk
- 1 egg
I am lucky enough (or not… depending if you’re a doctor or not haha) to have a deep fryer at home, turn your fryer to 180C.
In a bowl, mix all of your dry ingridrients (flour, cornstarch, seasoning), slowly add the milk to the dry mix, making sure to whisk well, then add the egg. Make sure the batter is well combined.
Dip the courgette in the batter and fry it until golden brown. If you don’t have a deep fryer, use a pan deep enough to fry your courgette fries.
Once the fries are ready to come out of the oil make sure you use kitchen towel to drain any excess oil. Season with sea salt to taste.
Fantastic on its own, or with a tangy dip.