Monday, August 2, 2010

Zucchini Patty Pancakes


Okay! I just found my new favorite zucchini recipe and I owe it all to a lovely lady named Phyllis! She was nice enough to share this gem with me a few weeks ago and then my friend Patty gave me zucchini from her garden last week, soooooo......here we are!

Had I known the flavor would make my heart smile the way it does, I would have been ON IT the very day she placed the sacred instructions in my hands. But, now I know how delicious they are and how little effort it takes to get them from zucchini to zucchini pancake.

You will love the flavor and lightness of this savory pancake as it comes off the griddle, and that love will double in intensity when you re-heat it the next day, because it is one of those special treats that tastes just as good, if not better, the next day.......

Jackpot!!!

Eat 'em with your hands, stack 'em up and cut 'em up with a knife, slather 'em with spaghetti sauce and call it dinner....whatever you want.....the sky is the limit with these perfect little patties!


Zucchini Patty Pancakes

1-1/2 Cups Grated Zucchini (Dry on paper towel)
2-3 Tablespoons Minced Onion
1/4 Cup Parmesan or Asiago, or Romano, or all of them!
1/4 Cup Flour
2 Eggs, beaten
2 Tablespoons Mayo
Salt & Pepper

Mix together and drop into hot skillet with olive oil. Cook until set and brown.


Take one more good look at your new favorite zucchini recipe.....

4 comments:

Kate said...

oooooh, do those ever look good! Thanks for sharing! I love new meatless recipes to try out . . . esp. in the summer!

Anonymous said...

The pancakes look incredible! But is that a poison ivy garnish?:) Heal quickly Sheri!
DB

Lauren said...

These are so good! I actually just made them for dinner and am eating them right now :] I thought I didn't have any of the cheese listed above so I shredded some mozzarella I had on hand... then it turned out I had some parmesan so I just added both. They also taste great with sour cream and ketchup on the side. thanks for the recipe!

Garima Pal said...

grt

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