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These fritters were made at the National Eisteddfod in 2012 as part of the 'Festival Flavours' campaign by People's Collection Wales and True Taste Wales.
The recipe was a popular one during rationing.
In gredients:
2oz self-raising flower
pinch of salt
one egg (powdered or fresh)
Dash of milk
A pinch of herbs e.g. thyme
2 teaspoons of grated onions
6oz corned beef
A little oil or dripping.
Mix the flour with the salt and the egg beaten with a dash of milk.
Beat to a smooth batter.
Add the corned beef, onions and herbs Heat the oil or dripping in a pan and put a spoonful of the mixture in pan, pressing it down to create a small fritter. The mixture should make around 8 fritters.
Fry until brown and crisp and serve with vegetables or salad.

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