NATIONAL FRITTERS DAY
A variety of fillings can be found inside a batter or breading, which is deep fried or pan fried, eaten and enjoyed by millions of people each day. December 2nd of each year is designated as National Fritters Day.
Fritters, which can be found in many cuisines, are believed to have first been consumed by Ancient Romans who then introduced them to Europe.
Common fillings inside a fritter are meat, seafood, fruit, cheese or vegetables. In the United States, “Corn Fritters” and “Apple Fritters” as well as the “Zucchini Fritter” are well known favorites of the fritter family.
Enjoy National Fritters Day by trying one of the following “tried and true” fritter recipes:
NATIONAL FRITTERS DAY HISTORY
Within our research, we were unable to find the creator and origin of National Fritters Day, an “unofficial” national holiday.