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Excellent recipe! I changed the proportions to 2C. Zucchini and 2C. Onions and added alot of garlic - just because we love it. We couldn't stop eating them - and neither could our meat-eating friends!
I make these patties with grated carrots and onions added... they are great
This recipe is pretty fabulous. I added grated carrots and diced red onions to the batter and it was really flavorful. Serve with ketchup or hot sauce.
What a great way to use up some of that abundant Zucchini. Thanks for the great recipe. Made exactly as directed, with the exception of cutting the recipe in half. This is a very easy recipe to adjust to a smaller or larger serving.
I love fried zucchini! I made these tonight for dinner.....my family loved them...yum! I never thought of doing it this way and it produces the same taste. I did add 2 level teaspoons of mayo to the batter and 1/2 tsp. baking powder. Your way really eliminates alot of mess plus it beats slicing them in rounds, dipping in egg, and flouring them in a ziplock and throwing them in the skillet and eating so much breading....No more of that which I have always followed my mother and grandmother - both raised in Tennessee. Thank you so much for sharing!
I could not finish eating my patties when I tried this recipie due to the texture. It was too mushy, like soggy egs. I think i will stick to my traditional way of frying zucchini. I fry my zucchini by cutting it into round slices, dipping the slices into egg, then into seasoned flour. The "breaded" slices are then fried in a pan. This gives the zuccini slices a crisp outside and a juicy inside. Great taste and texture!
The family called it "Pancakes From Mars", but everyone liked it. Another way to serve the abundance of zucchini.
My mom used to make these all the time when I was little and I loved them, so happy to find this recipe! I did cut back on the amount of oil to 2 tbs. and I used seasoned salt (Zatarains) instead of regular salt and it made the patties a touch spicy...so good!
I also salt the zucchini and squeeze out as much liquid as possible - this reduces the quantity of flour needed( I used 2 Tbsp) - You can also add grated parmesan cheese to it, dill, and serve it with a dollop of sour cream.
Very tasty and simple recipe. I had all ingredients on hand, which is always good. Great way to use up some extra zucchini.