Welcome to the first of 10 videos and recipes I filmed with Matt Golinski for D’Orsogna. Over the coming weeks we have some great family friendly recipes created by Matt using D’Orsogna Smallgoods as well as a giveaway each week to help with the weekly grocery bill.
This week Matt Golinski and I have D’Orsogna Salami and Zucchini Fritters. These were so easy to make and are packed full of flavour and some hidden vege to keep everyone happy. These are perfect enjoyed with a side salad for a complete meal or with a dipping sauce for entertaining or afternoon tea.
The D’Orsogna Salami bursts through with its flavour as you bite into these crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside fritters.
Want to see how easy these really are to make? Check out Matt and I cooking them for you in this video.
1 Pkt D’Orsogna Deli Fresh Salami, diced (find it in the pre-packaged meat section of your local Woolworths)
1 Cup Grated Zucchini
½ Cup Ricotta Cheese
1 Cup Plain Flour
50gms Grated Parmesan
Salt and Pepper
Oil for frying
LET’S PUT IT ALL TOGETHER
1. Combine the salami, ricotta, zucchini, eggs, flour, Parmesan, salt and pepper and stir until well combined.
2. Fry spoonfuls of the fritter mix in hot oil until crispy and golden. Approximately 1-2 minutes on each side.
Makes 24 small fritters
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A lovely spin on the traditional zucchini slice that I have made heaps of times – will definitely make this again! The salami flavour is awesome! (and the picky child who doesn’t like zucchini, has no idea!). Will try adding some grated carrot next time as well.
Looks like a great recipe that is nice and simple. One that the kids can quickly make too! Thanks 🙂
I like to hide zucchini and carrot – I’m sure my kids know they are there, but the veggies do make the fritters taste better!
I love to add grated zucchini and carrot and maybe some corn kernals.
I like to use lots of grated vegetables in my fritters, my children eat them up without the usual fuss.
All sorts of veggies!!
Asparagus – they all hate it and they all eat it 😀
Any & as many vegetables as I have available at the time such as spinach, grated carrot, celery, cabbage even grated sweet potato & grated cauliflower to encourage my family especially the kids to eat more vegies. They will always eat these vegies when they are disguised this way!
Always love the op for a good vegie smuggling. Anything and everything best unseen especially if it’s green.
broccoli or cauliflower as my kids really dont like them
It is always spinach, especially in the quiche. Stick to the same vegetable all the time then they get use to seeing it and eat it.
All the vegetables I hide in my bolognese would actually go well in these fritters so I’d be adding capsicum, carrot and celery. All the things the kids tell me they hate 😉
Tofu – great protein for vegetarians but no-one in our house likes it! Fritters hide it perfectly!
left over vegies from the night before-tasty and thrifty!!
Any veggies I can…usually carrots, zucchini and spinach!
My kids are wise to anything that’s green haha so I peel the zucchini and add carrots and creamed corn…pretty much anything I can! Can’t out smart Mummy 🙂
Spinach, Carrot and Corn,
Items that make the kids yawn!
But they still taste yum!
sweet corn, carrot, onion and zucchini. Fritters are a great vegie smuggler, my kids love them!
As many veggies as I can so my kids think they are eating something yummy without the fuss of thinking they are actually veggies
bell pepper,spinach and onion – my son will eat these things in the fritters and will be rejected otherwise…
Honestly nothing. Both my kid, 6 and 2, are great veggie eaters! It’s having enough food in the house to keep up with them that’s the trouble!
Definitely grated zucchini! In our household, vegies sing “it’s not easy being green”, because they are instantly despised by my children!
I like to hide Carrots and Corn!
It’s a win/win situation when I serve up delicious meals packed with hidden, finely grated carrot, onion and zucchini 🙂
Grated Zucchini only way I can get them to eat it
Any veggie that is heading towards the end of it’s life. I hate food waste and fritters are the perfect way of using up old veggies.
Zucchini!! I love how it adds a bit of moisture but also takes on the flavour of whatever it’s mixed with. Perfect little hider!
Corn and peas! Also whatever vegies I can pack in and hide from the kids!
These look delicious Im going to make them for dinner and Ill hide as many vegies as I can in them
My little boy loves his veggies, so I don’t need to hide them as such, but I love to pack them full of grated sweet potato! the best!
As many vegies as possible particularly broccoli as it is the one vegie the boys will not eat.
I like to hide finely shredded cabbage anywhere I can! Even through their two minute noodles 🙂
Nice easy and nutritious recipe that the kids can help make in the kitchen.
Making these this evening, Always have problems getting veg into one of my boys, these ARE going to work
Veggie purees of whatever kind I can sneak in. Then I tell ’em what they’ve eaten and watch them go green!
I love zucchini and any recipes that use it plus the kids are obsessed with Salami at the moment. This will be a real treat to make !
Broccoli and caulifower
As many tasty vegetables as I can because I have fussy children who think vegetables are gross yet when they are hidden they love them!
grated onion is a good one as it cannot be seen
Last night’s leftovers. They taste great when they have been frittered!
All those bits and pieces that like to lurk in the bottom of the vegie crisper or in packets at the back of the fridge…limp carrots, spinach that is starting to wilt, the last few bites of cheese that was forgotten about when a new packet was opened. I have a clean out on the weekend, cook them up in fritters, then wrap and freeze in individual portions, perfect for adding to a school lunchbox on busy mornings during the week.
I love grating zucchini & broccoli and hiding them in fritters as the kids don’t like them but love fritters
Sweet potato. My children dont like it so I could disguise as pumpin 😛 They look great 🙂
Fritters are one of the best meals to rework leftovers, especially from celebrations with an abundance of food like Christmas turkey and ham. Frugal, tasty and much more exciting than just sandwiches.
Left overs are always great to be made into fritters, roast lamb corned beef work really well . I also like to hide vegies, usually creamed corn , or corn kernels, grated carrot and zucchini. Your recipe looks great and has been put on my to make list.
I hide gold nuggets (corn kernels to you and me).
The kids have great fun counting and eating their “treasure”
I love tuna and sweet corn in my fritters, or fresh chives and a nice sharp cheddar
Everything I can! Chia seeds, carrot, zucchini and onion all hide quite nicely I find – especially when I’m heavy-handed with the cheese!
I always change it up but mostly add chick peas, zucchini and spinach! The kids and hubby have no clue!!
I love to hide peas in my fritters, I’m not a big fan of them so its actually me I’m hiding them from and I find I’ll eat anything if its in a fritter
I always hide corn and zucchini. Works a treat!
This looks so yummy. I really need to try other types of cooking with my kids instead of cup cakes all the time.
Oh fritters are perfect to smuggle vegetables – carrot, zucchini, corn, cabbage, mint, parsley, you name them, I’ve hid them. Lately, I’ve been hiding spices and chia seeds to introduce more flavours to my little one.
I like to hide different things like purple carrots, cauliflower, eggplant and once spaghetti plant. Things I know my kids won’t eat alone, but when mixed in something they eat it, say how great it is and then I tell them what was in it. This makes them happy to then try it alone in another meal – great way to introduce new veggies to kids.
Vegies that the kids have grown – carrots and peas. The kids are so delighted with the fresh produce that they have made, they try to find the “hidden” vege!!
Corned Beef, carrots, onion, and zucchini.
Silverbeet! It’s so good for everyone, chock full of iron and hides really well.
I like to hide zucchini as everyone in my family say they don’t like it yet none of them realise I hide them in the fritters and they love them.
I love hiding veggies!
Lots of vegetables but my favorites are spinach and zucchini .
The beauty of fritters is that just about any vegetable can be hidden. So whatever I have in the fridge makes it’s way in. 🙂
Grated carrot could also be added for extra vegetable content….
Lots and lots of veggies
I like hiding corn and chives in my fritters, my husband’s the fussy one who doesn’t particularly like corn but I love them so…this is a compromise 🙂
D’Orsogna Deli Triple Smoked Ham. I buy fresh Deli ham almost every week. And I always create a new recipe to ‘hide’ it in. Yesterday I put it together with mushrooms and broccolini in a nice cream sauce. Next time I will ‘hide’ ham and mushrooms in my fritters 🙂
Carrot and potato…the two things my son won’t eat usually!
Chocolate in egg fritters. Should see their faces!
You can hide ANYTHING in fritters- you just need to puree it first!
I love to hide onion (cos hubby says he doesn’t like it, although he can’t taste it in my fritters!) and all green vegies – as Master 3 doesn’t like green vegies… I tell him it’s jelly. He eats it!!
All the left over veges get mashed up together, it makes fritters tastier and there’s no waste, ever!
pumpkin, carrot spinach and zucchini
To hide grated carrot, zucchini & creamed corn. They’re also great for using leftover meat up in a way that everyone likes.
Any veggies would be great for my kids who don’t really like them!
I love to make a fritter with left over beef mince (already mixed through with a bolognaise sauce) and diced carrot, onion, tomatoes, zucchini and parsley, The kids love it as it’s their favourite meal.
I like to hide left-overs in my fritters. It’s a win/win.
All sorts of vegetables! I just have to grate some of them so my son doesn’t notice. He is a veggie investigator lol
Zucchini & corn is always a must though!
My diet has vegetarian tendencies so increasing iron and encouraging kids to eat red meat is essential. It is a vital food group I feel we are seriously lacking in added to fritters is the simple solution Im looking for!
Broccoli a way to trick people to eating it!
Serrano ham , cheese and potatoes
I like to hide shredded carrot my kids hate carrots so that’s a great way to get their veggies
Like any good Minion I like Banana
grated cheese! i swear my kids will eat anything if cheese is involved
Superfoods. Soaked seeds and grains.
There is nothing so tasty as cheese and corn in my Fritters.
Spinach, always tastes better when it’s hidden!
I love to hide sweet potato, spinach and chickpeas in my fritters. I also add cheese, so when it cooks it goes a gorgeous golden colour that makes it seem a little bit indulgent and naughty… everyone thinks they are a bot of a treat! Little do they know… hehehehe!
My boys hate onion, so I use all the other veggies like zucchini, carrot, corn and capsicum to hide the onion! They haven’t found it yet!!!!!
lots of veggies
I hide leftovers, they are a good way to use up leftover vegetables, noodles, potato just about everything really.
Corn, carrot, zucchini and capcicum
i love to hide spinach in my fritters yum dont like spinach on its own but in pastry or fritters delicious
Little green trees… mulched up to an unidentifiable pulp, I can hide a whole forest of broccoli in fritters!