Crispy Zucchini Fritters – Gooseberry Patch Recipe #10!

These pretty little crispy zucchini fritters are the tenth and final recipe out of the Gooseberry Patch Farmers’ Market Favorites Cookbook in the Real Farmwives in the kitchen project. And boy did we end with a great recipe!


I started with four medium zucchinis that I shredded in my food processor. I then put it in a strainer, salted it and let it sit as the excess liquid drained off.

Then I got my helper cracking eggs. Two eggs, some salt and pepper where whisked together.

We stirred in the zucchini and 1/2 cup of flour.

And then we went off recipe. Yep, that is grated Parmesan cheese. I dumped about 1/2 cup into the mixture.

Stir it all together.

Then add some EVOO to a skillet and warm up and spoon the mixture into the pan. Let fry on each side for about 2 minutes.

I then of course garnished with more Parmesan cheese. The kids and hubs dipped the fritters into ranch. But they dip everything in ranch dressing, so I am not sure it was necessary.

Guess what comes next???? Cookbook giveaway!!! Check back soon for the giveaway to start.

Gooseberry Patch gave me the Farmers’ Market Favorites cookbook free of charge. After I prepare 10 recipes I will have a free cookbook to give away to one of my readers.

Comments

  1. Kristie says

    We've been making these since getting zucchini from the garden. I usually add onion or extra seasonings, but I'll have to try the Parmesan cheese! Yum! :-)

  2. Marybeth @ AlarmClockWars says

    Oh! A food processor! Brilliant! Why have I been grating by hand?!? These look great… I will have to give them a try with the small mountain of zucchini and yellow squash our garden is still spitting out.

  3. Karissa@Withourbest says

    Wow. This look like a winner. I am so making this when I have enough from my garden!! Thanks a million for the recipe!

  4. Miz Helen says

    Hi Leah,
    These Fritters looks so good. We have so many zucchini from our garden right now, this will be a great recipe to try. Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and hope to see you again real soon. Hope you are having a great week!
    Miz Helen

  5. Mindy says

    OK, that looks amazing! And it takes me back to my childhood. My grandma had a great recipe for this type of thing, and I've never been brave enough to try it. =) Yum!!!

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