Carrot Fritters with Yogurt Sauce

14 Reviews / 4.7 Average
These Carrot Fritters with Yogurt Sauce make a fabulous side dish for either dinner or breakfast. Pair them with an omelet and fruit or seafood and a salad.
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I’ve got some yummy Carrot Fritters for you that make a fabulous side dish for either dinner or breakfast. In the morning, pair them with an omelet (topped with a touch of cheese and sliced avocado – pictured below) and a side of fruit. And in the evening, serve with seafood (such as sautéed shrimp or scallops) and an arugula salad. These fritters are great leftover as well, so feel free to make them in advance or double the recipe so you can have them with two meals in a week!

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  1. 5 stars
    These patties were very easy to make and delicious. The cumin spice really comes through and makes it tasty. Thanks!

  2. 5 stars
    Great recipe. I ate the patties as fast as I made them.
    I started with the 1.5 cups of grated carrots but it was moist and eggy when frying so added another 1c of grated carrot.
    I fried them for 1min a side on medium heat to seal them and then baked at 375 for 30min.

  3. 5 stars
    This is my third time making these. This time I used an ice cream scoop with the remover lever and it really helped get a solid patty. Also not adding the oil to the mixture helped a lot! ;)

    I always make a big batch and I’d love to bake them. Any ideas for oven temp and time?


  4. Does the onion get cooked down pretty decently in these? I’m not a fan of raw onion but love it cooked. Should i salute it a bit first?