I never actually met anybody who would say no to any kind of fritter. Let it be sweet or savory, we seem to like them. I wouldn't argue that some people will reject this for a personal reason, perhaps health reason, hips issues :) Anyway, this fritter is meant to be a treat, something special, something you don't eat on a daily basis. So enjoy while you can.
Recipe adapted from Alfons Schuhbeck's My Bavarian Cookbook
Makes about 18 fritters
3 large Granny Smith apples, or any other sour apples
170 ml milk
3 tbs butter
100 gr flour
oil for frying
For Coating :
cinnamon powder, optional
In a sauce pan add 70 ml milk, 70 ml water, butter, and pinch of salt. Set the pan over medium heat and bring to a boil. Stir and slowly add flour, keep stirring while you do this until the batter is separate from the bottom of the pan. Take it out from the heat, transfer to a clean mixing bowl, add eggs and the remaining milk, using a hand whisk, stir the batter vigorously until thick.
Heat the oil to 350 F
Peel and core the apples, cut into round slices about half inch thick. Dip each apple into the batter, and fry until golden. Remove to a wire rack to drain the excess oil. Roll the fritter into the sugar cinnamon mix to coat. Serve immediately.