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Thread: Zuchinnie Fries

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    Zuchinnie Fries

    While watching Rachel Ray I saw her making these then got busy and did not get the whole recipe.. But here is what I do. Since we have an abundance of zucchinni right now this is a good and heathly way to eat them

    2 Med zucchinni cut in half long ways and and scoop out the seed, then cut in half the other way and cut into strips about the size of a french fry
    Dip in egg white, takes about 2
    Roll in Panko bread crumbs, season with salt pepper and a little garlic salt
    Place on a a parchment covered cookie sheet
    Bake at 400 for about 20 mins

    We use light Honey Dijon Mustard salad dressing to dip them in. You could use ranch or any one that you like, or they are good just plain

    Yummy, my husband love them

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    Thanks for this recipe. I usually just cut into rounds and saute in a little olive oil until slightly crisp. But this looks easy and quite tasty.

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    I use the pampered chef recipe found online, except my nephews suggested we roll them in
    smashed up Funyums. Wow, they were crispy and delicious!

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    Sounds great, and Lyncat, thanks for the Funyuns idea....my son loves those things!!

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    I just made Paula Deans recipe for zucchini bread and added chocolate chips what a decadent bread.It was to make 2 but made 3 loaves of bread.If any one has zucchini boy am I here.
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    Sounds yummie! Ya'll making me hungry!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lyncat View Post
    I use the pampered chef recipe found online, except my nephews suggested we roll them in
    smashed up Funyums. Wow, they were crispy and delicious!
    These are great !! Yummy. We do this and make a "fry sauce". To make the fry sauce , just blend real mayo and ketchup to get the taste ya like. I usually add equal parts. Sometimes I make a quart jar and just leave in the fridge. Yummy. One of our missionaries from Utah taught us this .
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    You may want to google zucchini fritters. Wonderful - even picky hubby will eat them.

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    My family is in love with squash patties. You can use squash or zucchini. With onions, cornbread, egg. I freeze a whole bunch and then get out a few at a time to cook. Gotta love summer harvest!!!!
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