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    Just wanted to share this recipe link. These are so good! Once you try these you will never want soggy, greasy deep fried zucchini sticks from a restaurant ever again!

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    I made them last week and DH, who is not a big zucchini fan, just devoured them. The breading is not heavy, so they don't get soggy. You can taste the vegetable and there is still enough crunch. And the onion dip was heavenly. It made a lot, so I am getting more zucchini for next week.
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    Thanks CH. They do sound good.......will have to try them. And will have to plant a zuc. this year.

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    ~There are restaurants that serve fried zucchini? Love that stuff.
    I have to restrain myself because I'll take a 1.5lb zuke, fry it and eat it all myself in a sitting. My mom taught me to make it the way my dad's mom made it. Slice thinly, lay out and sprinkle with salt and pepper, sit for 15 minutes(also gets the slimy effect like the recipe says),dip slimy slices into plain flour and then fry. I eat them crisp like chips with ketchup.
    I've been wanting to try them baked. Now I just need the summer to come so they're affordable again to try it. :/ ~

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    i lpove fried zucchini in the summer!!!!

    this looks wonderful. i will be trying.

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    Thanks! This will be great for this summer when I have zucchini coming out of my ears.

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