2 oz self raising flour or plain flour
1 egg (fresh or dried)
dash of milk
pinch of herbs (I used Thyme)
2 teaspoons grated onion
6 oz corned beef finely flaked
a little dripping or margarine (or cooking oil)
Mix and blend the flour with the salt, beaten egg and dash of milk
Beat until a smooth batter is achieved
Add corned beef, onions and herbs
Melt the dripping or fat in a frying pan
Drop in a spoonful of the mixture and press down to form a small patty (mixture should be enough to make 8)
Fry on either side until crisp and brown and serve with veggies or salad while warm.
Makes enough for 4 people
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