Sweet corn, courgette and tofu fritters with chive yoghurt

Make a batch of our low calorie vegetarian sweet corn, courgette, and tofu fritters with chive yoghurt, high in calcium, fibre and iron, diabetes friendly with an easy gluten free option, so moreish they disappear in seconds!
Serves: 4
Time to make: 35 mins

Total cost: $ 17.80 / $ 4.75 per serve

(at time of publication)

Sweet corn, courgette and tofu fritters with chive yoghurt

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You can use fresh, frozen or canned corn kernels in this recipe.

Make it gluten free: Use gluten-free flour and check tofu is gluten free.

HFG tip

Fritters are suitable to freeze.

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