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Great recipe! Loved it. Only recommendation is to let the shredded zucchini dry out some before using. Give it a good squeeze in some paper towels or let it sit in a colander. Taste was fantastic, but because I didn't drain it well, the texture was mushy. DH and kiddos wouldn't eat it because of that. Definitely drain! Thanks, will DEF do this again.

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Amanda Beth July 22, 2009

ohmygosh these were soo gooood!! i made exactly as suggested except for adding some shredded jalepeno & garlic. i'll be making this recipe again for sure!

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catalinacrawler May 16, 2008

What to do with zucchini when you and your neighbors have enough to pave the planet? Make the Best Zucchini Patties of course! These came out great. I had to use Ritz Crackers because I didn't have saltines and I can see that that would make a definite taste difference, but they were just fine with the Ritz....anyway thats the only alteration I made other than doubling the recipe because i just knew I was going to have a hard time keeping up with my husband eating as fast as I cooked. Actually my 15 y/o son was the one grabbing them as fast as they cooled and I had to shoo him away to save some for DH. Totally a keeper, we will be making this as long as the zucchini holds out. Thanks for posting!!!! ps I didn't have any trouble with the zucchini being too wet... we are in the Northeast USA, its dead summer here and we have hot and cold running zucchini fresh from everyone's garden, not sure if that makes a difference or not.

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3isles July 24, 2010

Love this recipe! I add fresh garlic and serve it with Spaghetti and Marinara! Everyone in my family Loves it!! :)

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Daisygurl July 22, 2010

Agree with above poster.. drain well and I wouldn't use such a small grater .. mine were mushy during and after cooking. WE LOVED LOVED!!! This Recipe.. the flavor was AWESOME and will REMAKE and give this out to friends and family! THANKS amber e denver

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Amberngriffinco August 07, 2009

Made this with frozen zucchini, drained and patted dry, and this was very nice. I did like the addition of the parmesan cheese. Thanks for sharing! Made for Fall PAC 08

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MommaEllen October 19, 2008

My husband hates zucchini. No, really. Then why'd he have FOUR of these? *lol* These are seriously tasty and obviously going to be made a lot around here. I didn't have garlic salt, so I used garlic powder and added about 1/2 tsp of salt. PERFECT. Thank you for posting! Made for PAC Fall 2008.

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Sandi (From CA) September 26, 2008

I think I've found a new favorite zucchini recipe. These patties taste great, look attractive and are a snap to make. I fried them in a bit of butter, but think it made them a tad too salty. Next time I'm going with Paula G's suggestion to use a minimal amount of olive oil. Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe--it will be made often.

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ladyfingers July 31, 2008

Just finished a small batch, bad mistake, making more as we speak. This one is a home run, a "keeper" for sure. Thanks for sharing. Lee/NM

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Lee from New Mexico July 30, 2008

Thank you! The recipe is so timely, zucchini harvest is just starting. A great way for children and adults to get more fresh vegetables in their diet. Best wishes from central WV.

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