Fresh Peach Fritters
These Delicious Fresh Peach Fritters are a fritters recipe that is fluffy, soft, moist and loaded with fresh peaches. These yummy fresh peach fritters are easy to make and fry up in about three minutes to a puffy golden brown. The cinnamon in the batter is the perfect compliment to the peaches. The glaze recipe is easy to make with some confectioners sugar and a bit of milk, just enough to drizzle over the peach fritters. You could substitute lemon or orange juice instead of the milk to flavor the glaze as well. If you want to make this fritters recipes a bit more fancy you could top them with some crushed pecans after they’re glazed. The batter was measured to 1/4 cup for the perfect sized fritters. Using the 1/4 measuring cup, this recipe made ten fritters from the batter. Inside the fritter is loaded with peaches. You could also substitute apples or pineapple in this batter. The texture of the fritter is very soft, fluffy and moist. Once the fritters recipe is deep fried quickly drain them on paper towels or newspaper. Then place each fritter in a bowl of sugar or glaze fritters. Coat with the sugar on both sides, or glaze the top of the fritters.
Fresh market peaches are available from May through to September. The peach is a member of the rose family, with over 700 varieties of the fruit. The two basic types of peaches are the clingstone peach and the freestone. In clingstone peaches, it gets its name as the flesh clings to the stone of the peach, which makes it difficult to separate. This type of peach variety is more suitable for processing. The pit of freestone peaches freely separates from the flesh of the peach, making it the best variety for fresh consumption. Peaches were once known as Persian Apples. August is National Peach month in America. The phrase you're a real peach originated from the tradition of giving a peach to a friend you like. Peaches were first mentioned in literature as early at 79 A.D.
In China the peach is a symbol of good luck and longevity. The first peach orchard was started in 1565 in Florida. Did you know that nectarines are just peaches without the fuzz? Peaches are the third most popular fruit that is grown in the United States. Peaches are a good source of Vitamins A, B and C. And a medium peach contains only 37 calories. The horticulturist George Minifie supposedly brought the first peaches from England to its North American colonies in the early 17th century, planting them at his Estate of Buckland in Virginia. Thomas Jefferson did have peach trees at Monticello, in the United States however farmers did not begin any commercial production of them until the 19th century in Maryland, Delaware, Georgia and finally Virginia.Thank you to Mary (Bunny) from the Bunny's Warm Oven recipe site for sharing this fritters recipes idea for delicious fresh peach fritters. Other recipes you will find on the site include appetizer, bread, cake, chicken, cookies, cupcakes, granola recipes, muffin ideas and so much more. *
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