Very good! I might try and baked them on a rack next time and mess with the seasoning. Thanks for posting.
Tried these tonight with cornflake crumbs since I was using them with another recipe. Not a great idea. :) Wonderful as written...not so wonderful with cornflake crumbs. Originally posted: 8/24/09 These were so good! Just as good as fried, and no guilty feelings while eating them. I omitted the cheese since I was out. LOVED the garlic in the egg mixture. I was so pleased with how these turned out. Served with breaded baked pork chops and corn. I did have to let them cook a bit longer to get browned, but it's much easier than standing over hot oil...making sure to turn at precisely the right moment...trying not to splash yourself. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
Wow these turned out to be such a good last minute idea I had to bake them a little longer but my oven is touchy. I would like to tell anyone who doesnt have a clove of garlic( i didnt) that I added garlic powder in its place and it actually turned out so well my neighbors came over an asked me what I was making and if they could try it...good thing I made 4 zucchinis worth so I could get away with sharing
This is very good. I halved the recipe but otherwise followed it and served it with baked salmon. It would have been helpful to know how much zucchini was needed, though. After quite a bit of research, I used one about 7" long, which seemed to be about right. I ate the whole thing.
These were delicious! I skipped the egg, so obviously the breading didn't stick as well as it could have. I also subbed some roasted garlic for the raw smashed clove. Perfect cooking time in my toaster oven!
These were tasty and easy! I forgot to spray the foil with non-stick cooking spray so mine stuck but they were still very good. I used both yellow and green squash and my mandoline slicer so prep was a breeze. Thanks for posting!
Most excellent!! I used just one7 inch zucchini sliced rather thin. I had a bit of egg and bread crumbs left so I cut up some asparagus. For the bread crumbs I used half seasoned regular crumbs and half panko crumbs. We dipped them in homemade ranch dressing. Will definately be making this often.
great alternative to frying!
Really good. I ended up with not quite enough breading to cover my zucchini, but maybe I sliced them thinner than directed. Not too hard to mix up some more, though.
I made this according to the recipe and it was very, very good! I know that I'll be making this again. I'm always confused by the term "grated" and I used the fine shredding side on the grater. I think that next time I should use the side that produces the tiny pieces becuse the little shredded pieces didn't mix very well and were mostly on the first half of the batch. Thank you for posting this recipe!