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Corsican Herb Fritters
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The rugged island is famous for its maquis, the herby vegetation that covers the hillsides where resistance fighters hid during the Second World War. The herbs are still an essential element of everyday cooking on Corsica. One of the most popular dishes is these little herb fritters (known as fritelles), which are served as an accompaniment to aperitifs.
So what’s the aperitif to be? Try intensifying the flavours of wild plants with a complex, classic southern French vermouth.
Typical values per serving:
This recipe was first published in July 2008.