Delicious! I love having a new way to serve zucchini! My toddlers loved them and so did Hubby and I. I recommend slicing them very thin, like shoestring fries, if you want them to get crisp. The thicker ones did not crisp much for me. Oh, and I did not take the peels off...I left them on.
I followed the recipe exactly. They turned out nice and crisp on the outside, but we found the flavor to be bland. We tried dipping them in both ranch and pizza sauce for added flavor. If I make them again I'd at least double the parmesan and seasoning.
I don't know if I did something wrong, but mine did not look like yours. A lot of the breading came off & it may be because I added 2 T milk to the egg mixture. Trust me, it didn't affect the taste. I also added 2 T of parsley to the bread mixture. I had with turkey burgers & could have eaten these for dinner without the burger. Thanks for sharing & I will definitely make again.
Delicious! A good way to get my kids to eat some vegetable. I left out the cayenne but would like to try it next time. Thank you!
These were excellent! Crispy and flavorful. I used panko and I recommend you use that. I turned them once and they were perfectly crisp. I dipped them in a cucumber dip and they were sooooo good.
Yummy, yummy, yummy. I'll be making this all summer!
I didn't really love this, I didn't really like the panko coating option that I used, if I make it again I think I'd prefer the regular crumbs. And I'd also add less black pepper.
Great recipe, zucchini was on sale at the supermarket so I bought a lot of it and looked for something to do with it when I got home. It is easy and really tasty. We have had it twice this week now. It goes really good with tzatziki.
I love Zucchini but I'm a little tired of having it grilled or steamed, this was a nice change of pace. Thanks Kittencal for a great and simple recipe.
Kitten does it again! I just love her recipes. Yumm-O!!!
This was absolutely delicious. The entire family loved it.
For those who are interested I calculated Weight Watchers Points Plus calculation is 11 points for the entire batch. Not that I...ahem...could eat an entire batch, well...maybe. :) (the nutritional information listed doesn't calculate correctly for some reason on food.com but I used nutrition labels and added up the recipe)