Mom's Apple Fritters - Review by Lori
The fritters themselves were OK. I even added a little cinnamon to them to try to spice them up but they were still a little on the bland side. Biggest problem I had was that apparently using a deep fryer with a gridded basket was not taken into account. Every batch that I fried got stuck in the holes of the basket, thereby ripping the bottoms off of every fritter. Would never be able to make them in a deep fryer again
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