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A recipe for Ham and Chive Fritters. Ham and Chive Fritter holiday recipe. Ham and Chive Fritter appetizer recipe. Ham and Chive Fritter recipe. We know everyone does a whole lotta entertaining during the Holiday times so we have paired up once again with The FIX and created another yummy recipe. This recipe for Ham and Chive Fritters is one of those full proof appetizer recipes that you will want to keep on file. These little balls of joy are crispy on the outside and light, yet slightly creamy on the inside. Which means you can eat a lot of them and not feel like you did after Thanksgiving. For the full recipe, check out our guest food blog post over on’s theFIX!

  1. this is lemonade Not Specified Not Specified

    Oh they sound so delicious! THANKS for sharing the recipe, I guess the dough can really be used to fry a lot of random variations so that’s really nice. Any tips for making them without a machine? Would it just take longer to mix the dough?

  2. Andrea Not Specified Not Specified

    The yummiest solution I’ve seen yet for all that excess post-Christmas ham we always seem to have lying about.

  3. Meagan @ Scarletta Bakes Not Specified Not Specified

    Holy ham do these look good! I love the addition of chives for a fresh green taste!

  4. Laura Not Specified Not Specified

    These look really good, but I can’t get the recipe. isn’t loading for me. :-(

  5. kei Not Specified Not Specified

    lOoks so yummy :)

    I would so make this over christmas and new year!

    Thank you x

  6. Liondragonustom Not Specified Not Specified

    I guess Christmas festivities kept me away from my computer. I hope you have another one soon because I’m there!

  7. Karen Not Specified Not Specified

    These look rockin! One question: would it be possible to bake these instead of frying them, like cheese puffs? Don’t get me wrong, I am definitely in the I-would-eat-my-shoe-if-you-deep-fried-it club. I just hate cleaning up after frying! Thanks!

    • Jenny Park Not Specified Not Specified

      Yep, you can definitely bake them! The texture will be completely different though. The fried fritters will have a crisp exterior and creamy interior, while the baked version will make a light and airy puff (the baked version is great with grated cheese). Both are delicious!

  8. Jen @ Pretty Plate Not Specified Not Specified

    Hot damn! I’ve never made a fritter but will definitely be trying this recipe.

    Happy New Year

    : )


  9. Whitney Not Specified Not Specified

    I don have a stand mixer- is a traditional mixer acceptable? Or can I just mix the batter by hand with a large spatula?

    • Jenny Park Not Specified Not Specified

      A hand mixer will work great! I wouldn’t recommend trying to mix by hand as the dough is super thick, making it really difficult to fully incorporate the eggs. Good luck!

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