I'd give these more stars if I could. We love them and make them regularly. They take a bit of time to prepare, but well worth the effort!
Yummy! Summer is here and the gardens are overflowing. Wanted something different from my usual steam or saute without using a lot of points. This was perfect. I used an egg white in lieu of the egg substitute and it worked just fine. Nice crispy coating, good flavor and tender squash. Served mine with a 0-point fresh tomato-basil bruschetta topping. Thanks.
Yummy! We dipped these in ranch dressing and they were delicious! The only thing I did differently was use egg whites instead of the egg substitute. These would work well as an appetizer (with the ranch dressing as dip), or as a side dish. Thanks Dancer!
OMG, this are so good, fresh and easy to make. This has to be one of my favorite Zucchini recipes to date and I've tried a LOT with the abundance of our garden this year. This will be one to repeat over and over again. Also a plus is how fast and easy it is to make. Fresh, summery flavor all around. Served with ranch dressing for dipping and made exactly as stated in the recipe and wouldn't change a thing
Definitely one of the best ways to make zucchini! Kids and adults both liked them. I followed as stated but added a few shakes of garlic power and crushed red peppers to the breadcrumb mix. These came out nice and crispy! Will definitely make again!
Love these because I can make me a smaller batch for just me n my husband or a larger crowd and everyone loves them. I have also used panko crumbs instead to get them nice n crispy.
I really enjoyed these, they were delicious and everyone enjoyed them. But like a few other reviewers, I found that I had to mix up another batch of the crumb mixture because it didn't cover the 3 zucchini I used. (And to save a little time, I just dumped all the remaining sliced zucchini into the bowl, which wasn't a good idea because some of the zucchini slices were not well coated, but that was my error and doesn't reflect in my overall rating.) I used Newman's Family Recipe Italian dressing (our favorite!), which is pretty seasoned to begin with, so I left out the pepper (as I thought the dressing had enough already). Yum!
We love these! I've made them several times and they always turn out great and they're so easy! I only made a couple of changes. I let the sliced zucchini soak in a mixture of one egg, a splash of mile, salt and pepper for about 20 minutes. Then, instead of using the italian dressing I mix italian seasoning, panko, and parmesan cheese for the breading. I place them on a greased baking sheet after breading and spray the tops with a light dusting of the cooking spray, and flip half way through. Thanks for the wonderful, easy, and healthy side dish!
This was quick, easy, and delicious! (sprinkled with salt for 30 min. and Then!...) I made it quicker using ceasar salad dressing as my batter, then dipped in prepared Italian breadcrumbs. Drizzled exra virgin o.oil on cooking sheet and baked them for 5 min. Topped with extra dressing and Parmesan cheese for another 5 min. for a little melty topping! Great way to use fresh zucchini from the garden. Thanks Dancer!
These were fantastic!