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Re: Favorite zucchini fixins.. [Re: midlander] #6945656
07/28/20 06:38 PM
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Zucchini lasagna. Replace the noodles with strips of squash. Yellow zucchini works better.
Turtledale has a good one there too.

Re: Favorite zucchini fixins.. [Re: midlander] #6945659
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I've diced and microwaved with potatoes, onions, yeller squash, with butter, and whatever else you want to season with...could fry it too, if you desire.


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Re: Favorite zucchini fixins.. [Re: upstateNY] #6945725
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Originally Posted by upstateNY
Originally Posted by midlander
When I started this thread I thought my problem was having too much zucchini. I've changed my mind and starting to think Im not gonna have enough Lol some great ideas here...

Have you ever made the stuffed,,battered,then,fried Zuccini Blossoms. OHHHH boy.


???? How do you stuff a blossom Lol

Re: Favorite zucchini fixins.. [Re: midlander] #6945731
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Take too long for me to tell you.Google "Fried Zuccini Blossoms Stuffed With Ricotta Youtube" Lots of good recipes.I make them all the time.

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Re: Favorite zucchini fixins.. [Re: midlander] #6945738
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Fritters (This is involved)
Grate about 6 cups of zukes. Mix with two tablespoons of salt and let it sit for at least an hour (more if possible) in a sieve to drain. After it has drained for at least an hour, rinse off remaining salt and squeeze dry. Put in a bowl and mix minced onion (Or powder) minced garlic (or powder) black pepper, 2 eggs 1/4 cup of Parmesan cheese and mix all together well. In a hot skillet add some olive oil. Take 1/4 cups of the mixture and make patties and fry to a golden brown on both sides.


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Re: Favorite zucchini fixins.. [Re: Finster] #6945746
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Originally Posted by Finster
Fritters (This is involved)
Grate about 6 cups of zukes. Mix with two tablespoons of salt and let it sit for at least an hour (more if possible) in a sieve to drain. After it has drained for at least an hour, rinse off remaining salt and squeeze dry. Put in a bowl and mix minced onion (Or powder) minced garlic (or powder) black pepper, 2 eggs 1/4 cup of Parmesan cheese and mix all together well. In a hot skillet add some olive oil. Take 1/4 cups of the mixture and make patties and fry to a golden brown on both sides.

Add about quarter cup Bisquick and Quarter cup Italian breadcrumbs to that mix and that's how I make them.


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Re: Favorite zucchini fixins.. [Re: upstateNY] #6945748
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Originally Posted by upstateNY
Originally Posted by Finster
Fritters (This is involved)
Grate about 6 cups of zukes. Mix with two tablespoons of salt and let it sit for at least an hour (more if possible) in a sieve to drain. After it has drained for at least an hour, rinse off remaining salt and squeeze dry. Put in a bowl and mix minced onion (Or powder) minced garlic (or powder) black pepper, 2 eggs 1/4 cup of Parmesan cheese and mix all together well. In a hot skillet add some olive oil. Take 1/4 cups of the mixture and make patties and fry to a golden brown on both sides.

Add about quarter cup Bisquick and Quarter cup Italian breadcrumbs to that mix and that's how I make them.

Yup, we keep that out because of the carbs.


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Re: Favorite zucchini fixins.. [Re: midlander] #6945767
07/28/20 08:17 PM
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I like zucchini bread , otherwise it's best when given to someone who will actually eat that zoo food


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Re: Favorite zucchini fixins.. [Re: AntiGov] #6945805
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Originally Posted by AntiGov
I like zucchini bread , otherwise it's best when given to someone who will actually eat that zoo food

SO,,,you don't eat any vegetables I take it ? smile


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Re: Favorite zucchini fixins.. [Re: midlander] #6946006
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Take it out by the road or into town and put a free sign on it.Pray that someone takes it away! grin

Re: Favorite zucchini fixins.. [Re: Slick Pan] #6946258
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Originally Posted by Slick Pan
Take it out by the road or into town and put a free sign on it.Pray that someone takes it away! grin

If you put a FREE sign on it,,no one takes it.Put a FOR SALE sign on it and someons will steal them. smile


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Re: Favorite zucchini fixins.. [Re: Finster] #6946270
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We pretty much just cut lengthwise, oil salt and grill. Quick easy and real good. Much bigger than 8-10 theyre cow food in my opinion.

We grill almost every night this time of year, squash is often in the mix.

Re: Favorite zucchini fixins.. [Re: midlander] #6946275
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I think most of my recipes have been covered, but I"ll say them anyways.
Z = zucchini, I aint typing that out everytime

Z boats
Z lasagna, 50/50 pork sausage and ground beef for the meat, then slice the Z thin lengthwise and use in place of lasagna noodles
grilled Z steaks, olive oil, salt and pepper....depending on what else we are eating, maybe some old bay, creole seasoning or bbq spices too


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Re: Favorite zucchini fixins.. [Re: midlander] #6946291
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You can also cut zukes into spears and pickle them just like a cucumber. Some people love them but I'm not overly fond.


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Re: Favorite zucchini fixins.. [Re: midlander] #6946293
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zucchini hash

grate a Z add and egg stir , some seasoning salt , pan fry like a hashbrown

if you like a little bread crumb can be added also.


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Re: Favorite zucchini fixins.. [Re: upstateNY] #6946353
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Originally Posted by upstateNY
Originally Posted by AntiGov
I like zucchini bread , otherwise it's best when given to someone who will actually eat that zoo food

SO,,,you don't eat any vegetables I take it ? smile


I try .......but it ain't easy ..lol


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Re: Favorite zucchini fixins.. [Re: midlander] #6946377
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Zucchini goes a long way ... a single paper thin slice is all I need as a side to a grilled T bone steak.


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Re: Favorite zucchini fixins.. [Re: midlander] #6946731
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Best recipe:

3/4 large zucchini sliced to 1/2"
4 eggs
2 cups bacon grease
1 cup molasses
1 cup honey
salt to taste
pepper to taste

Directions:
Place bacon grease into large skillet at medium heat, 5 minutes, then flip 5 minutes then flip continue until you have cooked each side for 25-30 minutes. Remove from heat and place on a plate with a paper towel to drain for 15 minutes. Then place into large cake pan and cover with honey and molasses. Bake at 400 for 3 hours or until golden brown. Remove from oven, let cool and place onto a newspaper. Add salt and pepper. Then roll up newspaper (with zuchinni inside) and place into trash can. Order a pizza.

Re: Favorite zucchini fixins.. [Re: Steeltrap] #6946882
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Originally Posted by Steeltrap
Best recipe:

3/4 large zucchini sliced to 1/2"
4 eggs
2 cups bacon grease
1 cup molasses
1 cup honey
salt to taste
pepper to taste

Directions:
Place bacon grease into large skillet at medium heat, 5 minutes, then flip 5 minutes then flip continue until you have cooked each side for 25-30 minutes. Remove from heat and place on a plate with a paper towel to drain for 15 minutes. Then place into large cake pan and cover with honey and molasses. Bake at 400 for 3 hours or until golden brown. Remove from oven, let cool and place onto a newspaper. Add salt and pepper. Then roll up newspaper (with zuchinni inside) and place into trash can. Order a pizza.

You reminded me,,,,Zuccini is also GREAT on Pizza !!! grin


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Re: Favorite zucchini fixins.. [Re: midlander] #6946914
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my mom use to use it in apple pie ,everyone thought it was apple , but it was zucchini , no one could tell , I will have to look for the recipe

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