Yellow Squash Kamut sourdough fritters. Yellow Squash is a staple in many Southern gardens. It's usually pretty easy to grow and rather prolific. That means that there is usually some extra around.
It has a unique golden hue, and when combined with conventional wheat bread flour, it makes a pale, open, and airy crumb. You are here I've used both spelt and kamut flour in loaves that included strong white bread flour with great success and flavour, which you can find in my recipe index Spelt and khorason (kamut is actually the brand name, the entire grain has a brand!) are wonderfully tasty grains that are lovely and nutty and chewy. This is a lovely twist on squash. You can cook Yellow Squash Kamut sourdough fritters using 9 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Yellow Squash Kamut sourdough fritters
- It’s 1 cup of discarded sourdough starter.
- It’s 1/4 cup of Kamut flour.
- You need 1/4 cup of water.
- Prepare 4 cup of shredded yellow squash.
- Prepare 1/4 cup of perilla leave pickle, optional.
- Prepare 1 tsp of onion powder.
- You need 1 tsp of garlic powder.
- Prepare 1 tsp of fish sauce.
- You need 2 tsp of salt.
It is a tasty dish to have with chicken, pork, or just about any type of meat. Grate the squash with a cheese grater into mixing bowl. Add the cheese, onion and egg. Mix together and then add flour until it is almost a dry mix.
Yellow Squash Kamut sourdough fritters step by step
- Mix a cup of discarded sourdough starter with kamut and water. Set in a warm place to ferment for about 3~4 hours..
- Shred yellow squash or any variety of summer squash. Add two tsp salt to remove excess water and it also serves to flavor squash up. Set aside for 15 minutes..
- Squeeze out as much water as possible..
- Slide perilla leave pickle or use same amount of kimchi or even kraut..
- In a large bowl, mix together the batter and veggies. Season with powers..
- Fry them on a crepe maker or any flat pan you have on high heat with olive oil. Turn down the heat in a few seconds once all fritters are getting in. Cook both sides until golden. Serve immediately..
I used an italian white Kamut flour and a preferment in two builds. The dough was very soft and very pleasing to knead. Fritters are a sort of filled donut, where a vegetable or fruit is mixed in batter with sweet or savory seasonings and then fried until golden in delicious fat. These savory fritters can make the most of your summer garden harvest. Kamut is such an amazing flour to work with and eat.