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    fried zucchini recipe

    I does anyone out there have a good recipe for fried zucchini????
    have had the bread but never fried zucchini.

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    Just slice it, salt and pepper it, dip in milk, then flour, then fry! Yummie!
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    I diced the zucchini, beat an egg and toss the zucchini in the egg, add Italian bread crumbs and a little flour, garlic powder, salt and pepper and toss zucchini again. I fried it with a diced onion. Family really liked it. They liked it better this way than slicing it and frying.
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    egg, then flour and fry. crisco natural blend oil. yummy for the tummy

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    Quote Originally Posted by chips88 View Post
    egg, then flour and fry. crisco natural blend oil. yummy for the tummy
    I also add some cornmeal in with the flour.

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    I have had fried zucchini in a restaraunt but I have never made it. I love zucchini though! I slice one up with a yellow summer squash, toss it with olive oil, just enough to make it shiny but not drenched in it. I then season it with salt, pepper and garlic powder and put it on the grill in a veggie basket. Shake it around every now and then. Grill it just until it is not so firm but not mushy; it doesn't take very long. Then I sprinkle grated parmesan cheese on the top. YUM! We have this 2 or 3 times a week during the summer months.
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    When I fry, I add a little milk to a beaten egg. I dip whatevrer I'm frying in the egg, then flour, back in the egg, and then dip it in the crumbs. I like panko crumbs because they're crunchy. I made eggplant like this yesterday.

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    I slice zuchinni with some onions and green pepper salt and pepper fry until almost done then beat eggs pour over stir until done sprinkle with parmesan cheese a good breakfast dish with a bowl of fruit and some toast

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    Zucchini Patties...Grate 1 lb. of zukes--let drain thru paper towel in sieve. Add 1 c. crumbs, 2 Tbsp. Parmesan cheese, 1 1/4 Tbsp. finely chopped onion, 1 Tbsp. parsley, 1/2 tsp. salt, 1 egg, blk pepper, & 1 cup crumbs for coating. coating. Mix all together, make small (heaped Tbsp) patties, coat w/crumbs, fry in oil until brown on both sides (add oil as needed) This is one of our favorites.

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    Another zuke recipe we love: Boil halves in salted water for 10 min. Drain, scoop out insides and mix w/fried (1/2 lb. Italian sausage, small chopped onion, garlic clove chopped, 1/3 cup Italian bread crumbs, 1/4 cup parmesan cheese) Stuff mixture back into zuke shells, top w/ 1/4 lb. mozzarella cheese and bake 30 min in 350 degree oven until piping hot. You can also use this method for stuffing eggplant and tomatoes.

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