Balsamic mushroom rice fritters are a delicious appetizer or side dish to make with leftover rice! Served with a creamy red pepper tahini sauce for the perfect flavor combination.
Veggie Rice Fritters
These delicious rice fritters are an easy snack or side dish to make. They’re made with cooked rice, sauteed balsamic mushrooms and a few simple spices.
You can pan-fry them or bake them, and even freeze them as an easy meal prep.
Balsamic mushroom fritters are a great way to sneak in some extra veggies, and repurpose leftover rice. You can serve them with a salad, your favorite protein, and your go-to dip.
I paired them with a creamy roasted red pepper tahini sauce and they were the perfect weeknight side dish!
What you’ll need to make rice fritters:
- cooked long grain rice, like basmati or jasmine. I used fresh rice for this recipe, but you can make this with leftover rice that’s been warmed in the microwave.
- chopped mushrooms and onion sauteed in olive oil and balsamic vinegar
- fresh parsley
- tapioca flour, or sub all-purpose flour
- spices- salt, pepper, garlic powder and cumin
Mix all of the ingredients together, then bake or pan-fry them until golden brown. Serve them alongside your favorite main dish, or snack on them throughout the day for a quick boost of carbs and veggies.
These fritters are simple, delicious, and an easy meal prep for busy weeks. I can’t wait for you guys to try them!