Energy 935 kJ (223 kcal) 11 %
Sugar 1.17 g 1 %
Fats 8.07 g 12 %
Saturates 1.58 g 8 %
Sodium 0.397 g 17 %
% recommended daily amount for adults (Everything about GDA)
When you have leftover cooked rice in a fridge, remember this recipe and you will have dinner for free!
|rice||cooked 500 ml - raw about 200 grams||200 g||687,5 kcal|
|egg||3 pieces||180 g||239,3 kcal|
|marjoram||3 tsp||1.5 g||0,1 kcal|
|grounded black pepper||1/3 tsp||1.3 g||0,1 kcal|
|dried vegeteble||1 tsp tutorial on home production
||4 g||11,3 kcal|
|garlic||4 cloves||20 g||22 kcal|
|onion||2 pieces||160 g||65,8 kcal|
|cake flour||3 tbsp||30 g||107,5 kcal|
|crumbs||for coating||20 g||74,6 kcal|
|sunflower oil||for frying||30 ml||249 kcal|
|salt||1/2 tsp - as needed||6 g||0,3 kcal|
|napkins||for suction excess oil||0||-|
- Cooked rice put in a suitable bowl - just cook in salted water, then rinse and strain. If you´re cooking rice for lunch, then cook some more and in the evening you´ll have a dinner ready in no time.
- Add eggs, marjoram, pepper, dried vegetable, crushed garlic, finely chopped onion and mix well.
- Then, to taste, add about 1/2 teaspoon to a teaspoon of salt.
- Add plain flour and mix well.
- Coat the fritters in breadcrumbs.
- Into a pan pour approximately 1 cm of oil and heat it to 120°C. Fry them on both sides until golden brown.
- Then transfer the finished fritters onto some kitchen paper to drain.
Rice frittters can be served with whatever you like, the most suitable is mashed potatoes or classic boiled potatoes.