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I made these to go along with a Mexican themed meal and the entire meal was disastrous! I ended up throwing everything out. These were really soggy, even after sticking them under the broiler for 10 minutes. And there was definitely way too much seasoning. I even tried dipping them in various sauces and dressings. I won't be making these again.
These are alright. I used olive oil instead of spray, chilli powder, cumin salt and pepper. They came out a bit soggy, next time I'll cut them thicker and cook them for a shorter period of time. Maybe can be improved with the help of breadcrumbs?
This is a Rachel Ray recipe, although it doesn't say it anywhere on this page. Just thought I'd let everyone know the source. I remembered her making it on the show and I checked at the Foodnetwork website and saw the recipe there.
I though these were good, but I don't think I would make them again. Maybe decreasing the seasoning and using ranch for dipping like the other reviewers say would have made them better.
Following newspapergal's suggestion, I decreased the seasoning for these fries to just a sprinkling of grill seasoning. (I used McCormick's Montreal Seasoning.) These were a simple side for an easy night of chili dogs. We used ranch dressing as a dipper intead of the chili or taco sauce.
This is pretty good. The problem I had is the amount of spices was TOO much. The combo is flavorful, but it really, really coated the zucchini and the pan. Next time, I'll halve the spices. I piled on a plate, sprinkled with some low-fat cheddar & a bit of cooked bacon, and dipped in some ranch dressing -- a la "Loaded Fries" ;) -- instead of the chili sauce. Thanks for the recipe.