- 4 cups zucchini (shredded)
- 2/3 cup all-purpose flour
- 2 eggs (large, lightly beaten)
- 1/3 cup scallions (sliced, green and white parts)
- 2 tablespoons oil
- sour cream (for serving, optional)
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|Calories120Calories from Fat50|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Linda Sinemus 26 Sep
My first attempt at zucchini fritters and I won't be looking any further for a recipe. This one is perfect. They keep pretty well in the fridge for a day or two too.
Michelle S. 24 Jul
Family favorite! We frequent this recipe!
Pat P. 6 Jul
Loved these! Used a food processor to shred. I dusted them with panco breading to make them extra crispy.
Harri Vithi 4 Apr
Very tasty. Recipe worked out very well. I'll probably add some parmesan next time
Dunya 2 Feb
Awesome , everyone loves them !!
Laura Macháčová 20 Jan
Very delicious! I would definitely make this again!
Nabiha El-Houli 16 Jan
simple and tastes pretty good.
Amy Dakos 19 Oct 2017
They were great! Made them as directed
BigLDP 23 Sep 2017
Turned out a little on the brittle side with one of mine falling apart in the pan. This can also be made with carrots, other types of squash, cucumber (if you are into cooked cucumber) and many more vegetables. Overall, I would say it is half decent with the cleanup taking about 5 minutes and overall taking about 30 mins (grater broke so I had to use vegetable peeler to slice zuchini). It is a staple of my breakfast menu now.
Dawife 14 Sep 2017
awesome i used more oyster sauce and added water chestnuts
Sunni M. 10 Sep 2017
The recipe itself was fool proof and made beautiful fritters but my zucchinis were tasteless with tough skin so it killed the dish. Be ware of large zucchinis from the garden. Yuck!
M 5 Aug 2017
Was very good, although the zucchini adds a lot of moisture I had to add 1/3 cup of milk to blend the egg and flour.
Kimberely S. 30 Sep 2016
loved it, even the kids was crazy for it. also did it squash n potatoes too. add garlic powder too. would totally make this again.
jenna e. 7 Jan 2016
love these! they are a new staple for my family. I like that you can make them a big or small as you want. Basically you can choose to have them super crispy or more fritter....y. I used fresh zuchini from my garden once and they were OUT OF THIS WORLD!
Sandy L. 19 Oct 2015
I found them to be mostly bland. I think a few more herbs and spices will pep this dish up. It's a good starting point. I"ll keep it.