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Corn Fritters (from Raw For The Holidays)
3 cups fresh (or frozen & thawed) corn kernels
2/3 cup leek (other variety of yellow or white onion is fine)
1/2 cup dried almond pulp or almond flour
1/3 cup golden flax seeds, ground
drizzle of cold pressed olive oil
drizzle of coconut nectar or maple syrup
pinch of sea salt & fresh cracked pepper
Note - I added a heaping 1/2 teaspoon of garlic powder & a seeded jalapeño
Blend all ingredients except 1/3cup of corn in a food processor until well combined and smooth.  Using a small ice cream scoop or tablespoon, drop the batter on to lined dehydrator trays and press into the shape of corn fritters.  Dry at 115 degrees for 2 hours and flip over, removing the non-stick backing, and place the fritters onto the mesh trays to continue drying until the desired consistency is reached (anywhere from 2 - 4 more hours).

Penni's Rawkin' Raw Chili
for the chili:
4 cups fresh tomatoes,diced
16 oz. white or baby bello mushrooms, chopped
2+cups fresh or frozen corn kernels
2 red bell peppers, seeded & diced
2/3 cup sun-dried tomatoes, soaked
1 carrot, grated
1 jalapeño, seeded and diced
1 shallot or small sweet onion, chopped (I substituted 1 teaspoon onion powder)
2 cloves fresh garlic (I used 1 teaspoon dried garlic powder)
2 tablespoon coconut nectar (honey or agave would be fine)
1 - 2 tablespoon apple cider vinegar
3 tablespoons chili powder
1 teaspoon ground cumin
1 teaspoon dried oregano 
1 teaspoon smoked paprika
1 teaspoon smoked sea salt (regular is fine)
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1 teaspoon cacao powder
1/2 teaspoon chipotle powder
generous pinch freshly cracked pepper
for the toppings:
chopped cilantro
red onion, diced, 
kalamata olives, chopped
avocado, chopped or sliced
Blend together all of the ingredients, except 2 cups chopped tomato, 2 cups chopped mushroom, 1 cup corn, 1/2 of the red bell pepper, 1/2 the jalapeño and 1/2 the cilantro.  Once you have blended the base, add the smooth mixture to a large bowl and add in the remaining chopped ingredients, stirring until well combined. Top the chili with any of the listed ingredients. Serve & Enjoy!


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Set another place at the table...I am coming to supper! : )
Me too!!!!

Oh my oh my! Looking go-od!!!!!
OMG This looks so good!
It definitely looks like the sort of meal that would bring a smile to my face and warm me up inside ^^

Oh I WANT SOME. My goji choco balls look sick compared to this! Yummmmy! THANKX!
Chris will LOVE this! Thanks dear for sharing your yummy eats with us.
I love how you used your intuition and kind of flew by the seat of your pants on the recipe. It looks amazing, and so jealous! You still had your own tomatoes. Cool. And yes, I certainly do hate that when that happens. I rarely see an avo of that size around here, by the way, and especially not that expensive. But I still end up cutting one or two a week open and throwing them straight in the compost pile.
Thanks for the inspiration. I've been thinking chili lately. Perfect for a damp, chilly day. Your post was just the kick I needed to make it happen. Since I'm doing the anti-candida diet I had to eliminate the sweetener, ACV, and cacao. Also could not have corn, carrot, or mushroom. Replaced those with chopped celery, shallot, leeks, and a mix of sprouted fenugreek, lentils, kamut, and adzuki beans. The sprouted adzuki beans were an excellent addition, kind of like little kidney beans. : )

Thanks, again. I love Foodie Friday!!!!!
This sounds fantastic. I love the idea for corn fitters. They look great.
Thanks! I'm going to make the fritters and chili this weekend! :-) Thu
This looks amazing Penni!

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