Apple Fritters are a wonderful fall treat! In 1995 my brother and his wife invited me and my daughter to go on vacation with them and their young grandson. We went to several places in Tennessee. One of the places we visited, that I will never forget, is the Apple Barn in Sevierville, Tennessee. We ate at their Restaurant for breakfast, lunch and dinner. At each of these meals they served these wonderful Apple Fritters. I wanted the recipe and just so happened they had this recipe on a post card in one of the shops there. Now I have these wonderful little fritters anytime I want em. Hope you enjoy!
orange, rind and juice (rind is to be grated)
apples, chopped but not to fine
oil for frying
1Preheat oil in skillet to 350 degrees.
2Beat egg. In a mixing bowl, combine the milk, egg, sugar and melted margarine. Add the orange juice, grated rind, chopped apples (skins can be left on) and vanilla. Sift together the flour, salt, baking powder. Stir into milk mixture with a spoon until blended. Do no over mix.
3Drop off end of tablespoon into hot oil. Fry to a golden brown. Turn so they brown evenly.
4Allow fritters to cool.
5NOTE: You can eat as is or sprinkle with confectioners' sugar, or cinnamon/sugar, or glaze. These are so yummy!!