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Very nice recipe. I doubled the ingredients and grated the onion instead of chopping them. :)
These were very good. I added garlic and cayenne and next time I will add a bit more. I also sauteed my onions as I can't tolerate raw ones. Measurements were perfect!! I made my own Bisquick Clone .
These are wonderful. Served with some sliced tomatoes and sour cream. Thanks.
This was a bit of a surprise. I kind of thought the ingredients were rather bland but this was really good. I did a lot of garlic but that was all and I found these quite tasty. Made quite a bit too. Was planning to freeze half but low and behold they all disappeared at one sitting. Thanks for the recipe Merlot
These where great! I also grated the onion as well as a large clove of garlic also added some fresh basil, because I had tons of it! :-) I grated mozzarella for the cheese. Might add some fresh grated Parmesan too next time. I could have eaten them all by myself! Thanks for posting! :-) Koechin
These are absolutely great! Nice way to hide the vegetables and my kids ate it without complains! I will be trying your pork tenderloins next! thanks for posting!
These zucchini patties are absolutely delicious! I did add a little garlic powder to it but otherwise didn't change anything. It came out moist inside and crunchy outside. My husband who loves zucchini said he wants his zucchini made this way all the time now. Just great. Thank you for posting!
I made these last night with mozzarella cheese. I used two medium zucchinis and I coarsely granted one of them and finely grated the other one. I also grated the onion which is what I do when I make latkes. I added some fresh corriander for added flavour because I love corriander and used PAM instead of oil to cut back on the fat. They cooked up fast and were tender and delicious. My bf liked them better than his mother's!
yummy just the way my mother did them :-)
These were great! I also used Bisquick Clone and then cheddar. We served it up with sour cream. They didn't even realize it was zucchini and thought it was potato. ;) LOL! Thanks, Merlot!