Kwanzaa Recipes

fried corn African

Fried Corn

6-8 large ears of sweet corn, cleaned, rinsed, and kernels removes from the
cob

1 green peppers, diced

1/2 cup all-purpose flour

1 tablespoon granulated sugar

salt & pepper to taste

1/2 cup vegetable shortening

Combine corn kernels, green pepper, flour, sugar, salt and pepper.
Toss to evenly coat vegetables.
Heat shortening until hot.
Carefully add the corn mixture and fry until the corn is tender and starts to
brown.
Stir frequently to prevent sticking.

Barbara Bietz

Barbara Bietz

Barbara Bietz, -Childrens' Books and Movie Section, is a children's author, magazine writer, children's book reviewer, and past chair of the Sydney Taylor Book Award Committee. She loves talking about the creative process, books and the craft of writing. Her middle-grade chapter book, LIKE a MACCABEE,(Yotzeret Publishing) is a PJ Library selection. Barbara reviews books and movies and has contributed to numerous print and online publications. She also teaches writing classes for adults. Learn more about Barbara at www.BarbaraBietz.com
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