World's Best Fried Zucchini

I have loved this ever since I was a little girl. It takes a while to make but it's really easy and totally worth it. Cooked zucchini is the best!! **However, I must mention that I use garden zucchinis for this recipe that tend to be quite a bit larger than those purchased in a grocery store. If you are using smaller zucchinis, you will need less of the coating mixture.

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directions

  • Heat electric fry pan to 250°F.
  • Mix eggs and milk in bowl.
  • Soak handful of zucchini slices in mixture.
  • Lightly shake them off and coat them with flour.
  • Place each slice in the fry pan with plenty of butter.
  • Repeat until all slices are in the pan.
  • Cook until each side is dark brown.
  • Salt and pepper slices to taste.
  • Enjoy!
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"I have loved this ever since I was a little girl. It takes a while to make but it's really easy and totally worth it. Cooked zucchini is the best!! **However, I must mention that I use garden zucchinis for this recipe that tend to be quite a bit larger than those purchased in a grocery store. If you are using smaller zucchinis, you will need less of the coating mixture."
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  1. MK G.
    I love cooking, but I am notoriously bad at frying. This recipe sounded so easy that I figured it was the fix for the gigantic zucchini in my garden. Nope. I gave it 2 stars because it was edible. I figure that one star is inedible. But I don't think the recipe is to blame. I am terrible at frying. I need to stick with Indian, Thai, and Mexican dishes.
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  2. Jerinsmommy
    I make this also, but it is done frying, I dust it with garlic powder and parmesan cheese. Very good.
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  3. Lworkman
    Instead of a frying pan try a deep fat fryer. Also instead of just flour add equal parts of ground crackers, it gives it a nice crunch. Place the slices in the flour and crackers first then into the milk and egg wash, then back into the flour/cracker mix. Then place in deep fat fryer about 360 for about 7 minutes flipping them over halfway through. Place on paper towel and dip in ranch dressing. My family can't get enough if them.
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  4. swigonski919
    This was a very easy recipe. It turned out much better than I expected. It truly was wonderful!!!
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  5. mmsbin
    This was really good!!!
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