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Old 08-04-2014, 12:39 PM   #11
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Those look fantastic. I wonder what dredging them through corn meal, much like fried green tomatoes, would taste like? I can easily imagine broiling these in a hot oven to reduce the oil/fat content. We've done it with green tomatoes and it works great.
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Old 08-04-2014, 01:21 PM   #12
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Those look fantastic. I wonder what dredging them through corn meal, much like fried green tomatoes, would taste like? I can easily imagine broiling these in a hot oven to reduce the oil/fat content. We've done it with green tomatoes and it works great.
You could always try the corn meal instead of flour, but maybe do the flour and panko first. As for broiling, I wouldn't recommend that. You wouldn't be reducing the fat content. These are baked on a grate placed in a baking sheet, so certainly easier than broiling. Broiling would require watching more carefully and turning. Baking requires no watching except to peek for color, and no turning. I use white whole wheat flour and whole wheat panko bread crumbs. I'm having these tonight with a steak. Can't wait.
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JanetMlr, those look really tasty, thanks for sharing! Looks nice and crispy. chiklitmanfan, if you're referring to my fried zucchini, thanks! Sometimes good ol' fashioned fried in oil will do....as long as it's not an every day thing.
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Parmesan Fried Zucchini [IMG]http://i34.photobucket.com/albums/d147/seejay55/food/008-3.jpg[/IMG] Tweeked a bit from the following recipe. I've made these several times and they are so good! The only things I did differently was to cut the zucchini into rounds instead of lengthwise slices because they are easier to turn and brown while frying, and I added a bit more garlic powder. I also used fresh parsley instead of dried, just cuz that's what I had and needed to use it up. :-) I love these with ranch dressing - somehow the pic above looks like a huge bowl of ranch...it's only a 3" diameter tiny bowl, don't know how it ended up looking so big in the pic. :ermm::lol: [URL="http://allrecipes.com/recipe/parmesan-fried-zucchini/detail.aspx?event8=1&prop24=SR_Title&e11=fried%20zucchini&e8=Quick%20Search&event10=1&e7=Home%20Page&soid=sr_results_p1i8"]Parmesan Fried Zucchini Recipe - Allrecipes.com[/URL] 3 stars 1 reviews
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