Everyone I've cooked this for has asked for the recipe. It is one of our absolute favorite family sides and one of my favorite finds on food.com, as well. When I haven't had these veggies on hand, I've used carrots or squash instead. It is always a winner!
I saw this featured on the homepage today and just had to try it. It was a hit with my family. The only thing differently I did was added shredded carrots. Thanks for sharing your recipe.
thanks for posting ...we enjoyed this very much...
Wow, these were delicious! I wanted to try something new for a side dish (I got tired of the old stand-bys) and came across this recipe. I liked the addition of zucchini, so I decided to try it. I didn't make the world's most beautiful fritters, but they were darned tasty. My husband loved them, and they were all my 15-month old twins wanted to eat at dinner. The only change I made was I grated the onion instead of dicing it (so the little ones didn't chomp down on a big piece of onion) and I added a sprinkle of Italian seasoned breadcrumbs to the flour mixture... because I, for some reason, thought I was supposed to. No, it isn't anywhere in the ingredient list or the instructions. Must have read to do that in a different recipe.
Congrats! Your recipe is featured on our homepage today as the "Recipe of the Day!" (8/12/11)
Great tasting fritters & easy to prepare! I used lemon pepper instead of salt & papper & the cheese was a low-fat, mild cheddar! Will be making this again, as it's definitely something my son & daughterin-law would like! Thanks for sharing! [Made & reviewed for one of my adopted chefs in this Spring's PAC]