26 Reviews

Delicious! Made twice and opted for organic zucchini. Tip: Squeeze out the excess water in a clean kitchen towel after grating before mixing with batter. Add extra cheese and diced green onions. Instead of butter used canola oil for frying.

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onthegomom November 22, 2014

needs more seasoning...like the idea so will try some tweeking like onions and garlic.

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cindella January 11, 2010

These were easy and quite good. I added chopped scallions and lemon pepper and used CarbQuik low carb baking mix instead of Bisquick. They're now an official entry 'in the rotation!' Thank you!

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One Happy Woman July 29, 2008

There's salt in Bisquick. Parmesan is salty. After the first batch fried, I skipped the butter for the rest, because I was using salted butter. But I still wish I hadn't added the extra table salt that this recipe calls for. This amount of parmesan is already way too salty for me. The fritters turned out fine otherwise, but I'll look for a different recipe next time.

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Kristina A. March 20, 2016

It needs some extra spice I like the idea of chopped green onion that others recommended. I didn't have green onions so I added onion powder to the batter and I think some garlic powder would be a good choice too. I thought 1/2 cup Parmesan was a lot so I cut that amount in half. I salted the zucchini with one teaspoon of salt and let it sit for 10 minutes before squeezing the zucchini dry and omitted the salt in the batter. Easy to make and using the Bisquick cuts down on the prep time.

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Diamondlil July 12, 2015

Delicious!! I was a little weary that it would be too heavy because of the frying, but they were light and crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. These were perfect for zucchini sliders! :)

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caitlinalicetaylor July 10, 2015

I'm glad I tried the recipe as I think it would be a good way to clean out the veggie bin. This time I used zuchinni, and added shredded carrots and green onions. The problems I encountered were 1) the batter is very thin. I ended up stirring a little more bisquick so the fritters would hold together. The second issue 2) was I think the recipe would benefit with some spices and or herbs to add flavor.

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Susie D October 25, 2013

An excellent way to use up zucchini. My husband and I loved them! The recipe does not make clear whether to fry all the batter as one huge pancake or to drop tablespoons and fry individually. I did the latter after initially frying one huge one that wasn't so tasty. Live and learn. Also I used cheddar cheese as that was all I had.

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Spencer #2 August 23, 2011

It's a good recipe but we found that it needed something. And I added more parmesan cheese. Maybe some finely chopped garlic could be great. Or some herbs. I used Bisquick Substitute - Small Portion for the Bisquick. Thanks newspapergal :) Made for All you can cook buffet

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Boomette August 13, 2011
Zucchini Fritters