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This was just okay for me. The zucchini ws really moist so I patted it with paper towels to soak up some of the liquid. It was still quite moist. I couldn't get the patties to hold up very well.They had a good flavor. I think next time I will try to get more of the liquid out of it and just cook it like I do hashbrowns and not make patties with it. Thanks for sharing your recipe. Made for PAC Spring '08.
LOL whoops! I had some trouble with this recipe but now I see that I never put in the bread crumbs! No wonder! I'm actually impressed with how I got these to work with that in mind.
I started out with the grated squashes... there wasnt' much liquid to start with but then the liquid started to seep out. It was rather soupy and when I put them on the griddle, they wouldn't flip well. I redrained the mixture and added a 2nd egg. They worked much better that way... the egg flavor was not pronounced. But the "hash browns" stayed quite moist. Going forward, I don't know that I want to go the breadcrumb route since I am avoiding some of those things.... I may just add some grated potatoes (about 50%) and see how that goes. Also to get the moisture out, I may try salting the grated squash as is called for in some relish recipes, then rinsing and redraining. The salt pulls the moisture out.
These were delicious. I will squeeze out some moister next time though, as suggested in other reviews. Much healthier than fried latkes! Thanks for posting this. Didn't know I could do "latkes" on the Foreman! Made for Spring 2008 PAC.
Outstanding, My DH loved these.Very easy to cook on the George Foreman grill. I cooked them for about 10 minutes. Drained the zucchini on paper towels before mixing with the other ingredients, zucchini has a lot of moisture in it. Didn't use the onion,But, will next time. There will be a next time have lots of zucchini from the garden. Thanks for posting the recipe!
This was really great! I made it with one big zucchini from a friend's garden. I shredded it, sprinkled it with salt and then let it sit in a drainer for about 15 minutes. Then I pressed out the liquid with a paper towel before mixing with the other ingredients. I don't like onions so I used sweet red pepper instead. I have a double Foreman, so I just spread out the whole thing on the grill. It browned up really nicely. I will make these often. Thanks for sharing!