Pamcooks Sensational Brummie Fritter Sarnie!!β€πŸžπŸ§€πŸšπŸŒ½πŸ₯”❀

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Hey ma gorgie porgies,

How are my fellow fab steemers. Oh gosh how I have missed steemit! I am so so soooooo sorry I have not posted for a while. I have had to take a break from cooking as I wasn't very well these past few months. I have been in hospital for emergency treatment and I am fully recovered and feeling good as knew!

I am officially back where I belong now. Yes at home and yes back in the kitchen folks! I have alot of catching up to do with you all, as I have missed sooo much. Well I was in awe posting one of my original pamcooks creations.

Todays recipe is dedicated to the wonderful @gmichaelbkk. I promised I would dedicate a post to him, so it is better late then never I say! Michael has a fantastic blog helping steemians on the various applications to make steemit better for all. He provides such great user friendly guides. He also posts some awesome reviews on various destinations he travels. He has an adorable wife and daughter who he includes in his posts. I find the travel blogs so insightful, especially as he takes his family.

The ingredients Michael chose to inspire my dish was chicken, potatoe and rice. Having thought long and hard I had some interesting ideas from my Indian and British background.

Recently when I went to india I came across these amazing street food stuffed sandwich pakoras with mint chutney, ketchup and potatoe. The coating of the pakora reminded me of potatoe and spam fritters my mum used to make when we were younger. I couldn't even tell you what meat was in the spam ( dont ask, just google). I could never stomach it now, however when I was younger I devoured the fritters. This dish is paying homage to my past and present experiences.

This scrumaliscious recipe will make make 8 small brummie fritter sarnies!


# Ingredients

Rice
1 Chicken Breast
1 Small Red Onion
100g Sweetcorn
1 Small Potatoe
1 Cup of Rice
3 Cups Water
1 TSP Smoked Paprika
1 TSP Salt
1/2 TSP Black Pepper
1 TSP Cumin Seed
2 Cloves
1 Bay Leaf
2 TBSP Oil


Fritter Batter
1 Cup Gram Flour
1 TBSP Baking Powder
1 TBSP Ajwain
1/2 TSP Black Pepper
1 TSP Salt
1 TSP Tumeric
1 TSP Chilli Powder


Bread Fritter
4 Slices White Bread
1 TBSP Mayonnaise
1 TBSP Ketchup
60g Cheese
Fresh Coriander


# Method

Step 1. Wash the rice and place in a bowl.
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Step 2. Pour water to cover the uncooked rice and leave to soak for 20 mins( this removes alot of the starch, so the rice will be less sticky).
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Step 3. Wash the chicken and cut into small pieces.
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Step 4. Peel the potatoe and cut into very small cubes.
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Step 5. Peel the onion and dice very finely.
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Step 6. Drain the water out the sweetcorn, as I have used the tinned variety.
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Step 7. Have ready the Cloves, Salt, Black Pepper, Cumin Seeds, Paprika and Bay leaf and set aside.
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Step 8. Place a pan for the rice on a medium heat. Add the oil.
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Step 9. Once the oil heats up, add the cumin seeds in the pan to toast and release the cumin aroma.
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Step 10. After the fragrant aroma is released add the red onions.
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Step 11. Sweat the onions until they are softened and add the diced potatoe in the pan.
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Step 12. Once the potatoe softens, place the chicken pieces to the pan and cook until tender.
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Step 13. Now add the sweetcorn to the pan.
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Step 14. Followed by the spices.Mix thoroughly.
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Step 15. Drain the rice you set aside 20 mins earlier and add the rice to the pan.
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Step 16. Add the water.
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Step 17. Place the lid over the pot and boil, still on a medium heat for about 12mins.
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Step 18. The water will start to evaporate and the rice should start to become softer.
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Step 19. Once the water has evaporated the rice should be al dente. Cover with foil and place lid back on and let the rice stand for 5 minutes (the residual heat will cook rice perfectly.)
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Step 20. After 5 minutes remove foil and with a fork fluff the rice. Now set aside.
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Step 21. In a bowl add gram flour, baking powder, ajwain, black pepper, salt, and chilli powder.
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Step 22. Pour the water to make a lighter paste consistency.(The batter shouldn't be too thick, as it will be very stodgy once cooked.But dont make it too runny as it wont stick on the sandwich.)
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Step 23. To construct the sarnie fritter take two slices of bread and cut the crusts off.
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Step 24. On one side spread mayonnaise. On the other side of the bread spread ketchup.
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Step 25. Add some of the cooked rice onto one side of the bread.
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Step 26. Add as much or as little fresh coriander you like.
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Step 27. Sprinkle some cheese on top of the rice and coriander.
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Step 28. Place the other bread on top.Press together, so the fillings is packed tight.
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Step 29. Cut in half, now your ready to place in the batter.
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Step 30. To fry the fritter sarnies, pour in 2/3 of cooking oil in the frying pan or deep fryer. Place heat on a high tempreture once heated reduce to medium heat.
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Step 31. Dip the bread in the batter.
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Step 32. Ensure you cover the batter thoroughly over the sandwich.
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Step 33. Now carefully place in the oil.
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Step 34. After few minutes flip the fritter around to cook the other side. (Fry one at a time for the best result as overcrowded pan can mishape the sarnies.)
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Step 35. Once golden brown, remove from the oil and place on a kitchen towel.
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There you have pamcooks sensational brummie fritter sarnie.The chicken and rice taste blimmen gorgeous with the coriander, cheese and sauces. It may seem a crazy combo but I found it sooooo yummy ( I asked my biggest critics and I got 10/10 from the bambinos.)The batter really does make it. You would assume the bread may become oily, however the gram flour ensures the oil does not seep in.

You can serve this how you like I cut my sandwiches in to quarters it really displays the filling well.Serve with salad. You can eat it for breakfast, lunch, dinner or a lovely picnic treat! Also I always have a little rice leftover, which I always have for lunch the next day!😁

(Oh and for you guys not from the UK if you are wondering what the term Brummie is, this is what we are called from the region where I am from in the UK.) Lol


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**I hope you like my very moreish fritter sarnies. My kids love these at tea time. I hope you try and have ago at making these. Defo try different fillings to suit your palate. Thanks for stopping by with @pamcooks. Let me know your food for Though!❀πŸ₯”πŸšπŸ§€πŸŒ½β€**
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Great recipe!

Even if my upvote is somewhat weaker than before because I delegated some STEEM Power to @steem-ua and because of the low STEEM price I hope that's still better than nothing. :)

Articles like yours would deserve way more attention, but who is making the effort to seek, evaluate and upvote articles manually these days (as there are bidbots and steemvoter)?

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Kinda true what you said. A lot of whales I know (Not personally of course LOL) delegated their SP. Oh well.. Though, still some other there that don't and still believe in manual upvotes.

Great that you still manually vote quality contents though. I have seen you around mostly on P Maya (The Thai super chef of Steemit :D ) That's such a motivation for the Steem creators out there.

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@jaki01 my main aim is for fellow steemers to try my recipes. Also for my kids to go through my blogs and keep mummies cooking going in the future.I really appreciate your support @jaki01.I put alot of time in posts.This is why when i was ill i didnt post anything, as i couldn't fully apply myself let alone stand and cook in the kitchen.

I was hoping by the time I was ready to start blogging they would have cleaned up the bots and spam.I guess its gone worse. It is a real shame surely they would have discovered ways to address it by now.

Even if i have a handful of steemers reading i am still a happy bunny.Thank you soooo much for upvote.I just wish i had more power behind my vote as its zilch.lol. I dont agree with paying bots to create bogus votes. I prefer my blogs being enjoyed rather then the monetary side! Bless you.πŸ‘πŸ™

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Correctly said @jaki01 πŸ‘ these delicious dishes need more attention ....but bot and autovoting spoiling the manual curation...πŸ‘

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@jaki01 is right, my upvote is worth less too as I have delegated some steem power to @steem.au but I have upvoted as it deserves it.
these look super yummy I would never have thought of having a fritter in the form of a sandwich and the fact your kids gave you 10/10 that is great.
love your work hun and keep steeming :D

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Looks sooohh...delish!

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Aww bless you.They really were. Soft and crispy. You have to defo try these out.πŸ‘

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Yes, I'd like to try it out..Thanks!

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Hey @pamcooks why dont you get into steemitkitchen or steemitmommas or use these tags. They appreciate such deliciies a lot ....and also it help such temtping dishes reach to maximum...upvoted and followedπŸ‘

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Hey @steemflow. I have been off steemit for a while and a little bit rusty.I will however definitely change my tags on my next post.Thanks for letting me know.Appreciate it!πŸ‘πŸ™

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You are alwayz welcome ....i read it about your illness ..the good part you came back strongly πŸ‘....thanks for sharing such nice stuff for Michael....he is fond of such food

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Hey ..@pamcooks are you from India?? Just saw an older post of tea pakora ....and i belive pakoras are indian patent😜

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Hey ..@pamcooks are you from India?? Just saw an older post of tea pakora ....and i belive pakoras are indian patent😜

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Lol. Well I am Indian but born in the UK. I have alot of family who live in India.If you go through my blogs alot of my posts are traditional indian foods but with a british twist.πŸ‘

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Ooo quite interesting πŸ‘ pakora ..with a british twist....btw is it a simple twist ir spicy like Indians twist 😜

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Nooo i always use less spice as my kids have to eat it.But its more british produce and ingredients. I used broccoli peppers in my pakoreh but when i go india its onion and potatoe or paneer.

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Hahah thats what India is all about. Without these there is no taste...πŸ˜‡ btw which part you belongs...I am in Delhi

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I have got family everywhere.I have family living in Bhatinda, jagardri, jabalpur, haridwar and amritsar.

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Nooo i always use less spice as my kids have to eat it.But its more british produce and ingredients. I used broccoli peppers in my pakoreh but when i go india its onion and potatoe or paneer.

Wow! Great recipe!
(I have new drawings and hope you look at them;)

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Thanks @sweettais. I Hope you try them out. I certainly will.πŸ‘

Oh my! Great recipe and the food looks sooooo good and Congratulations, your post had been chosen by curators of eSteem Encouragement program. Feel free to join and reach us via Discord channel if you have any questions or would like to contribute.


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@waybeyondpadthai thank you so much for your lovely comments and vote.I am so happy you like my dish.Its great to know that my fellow steemers are enjoying my content.Really appreciate the support.β€πŸ‘

I am very happy that you returned to health from your illness. hopefully you are always given health.
Your cooking posts are very good. just looking at it certainly tastes good. I will try to make it ...

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Aww bless you @agusiki. Thank you for your lovely comment. Please do try it.Let me know how you get on with the recipe.πŸ‘

Wow! It looks so good! I would like to try it myself with your recipe. Yummy! :)

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@ mayasiam i would love if you would try my recipe out.If you do pleasr send me pics. I love when fellow steemers try my recipes.Thanks for your comment.BLess you!πŸ‘πŸ™

Wow so yummy and you make me smile hehe.