These were very good! Like others suggested, we used 2 chipotle peppers to spice it up and fresh garlic and onion. Yum!
This is one of my all time favorite recipes!!! The only downside is that have a hard time enjoying Indian food from restaurants now that I can make my own.
This has now become a staple dinner in our house, it is delicious! Usually I add a yellow or orange pepper instead of the jalapeño and add a pinch of cayenne to substitute the spice. Sometimes we use crackers and sometimes we use breadcrumbs (depends on what is on hand). We like this best with butter beans, tried black beans once and it was definitely not as tasty.
Delicious! I only had 2 eggplants, so I made the dish in a 9 x 9 pan and it worked great! Used fresh basil and parsley instead of dried and I also sweat the eggplant before using.
This was a great alfredo sauce, and I loved the grated zucchini in it. I also added half an onion and a bunch of garlic.
This was good the first night, but made great leftovers the next few nights. We used veggie broth instead of chicken, and added a few extra veggies (broccoli and corn). Used all fresh ingredients from our farmers market. It was easy to add a tablespoon of broth the next day to reheat.
If I could I would give this 3.5. They had good flavor, but were too eggy. I didn't have flour, so I tried breadcrumbs. Maybe with flour they would be less eggy, so it is worth trying again with flour. We had them with hot sauce-mayo combo and it was a nice compliment.
This was awesome! We love Indian food here, and this hit the spot tonight. I made it as directed, except that I ran out of cumin seeds and subbed in some cumin to make up the difference. I also didn't have one large eggplant, so I used three small ones (and almost wish I had used four). Used a whole jalapeño and it was still somewhat mild (even for a rather spicy pepper). My boyfriend ate it with a co-op sausage and said it was awesome together.
I liked these a lot, but they didn't taste like crab to me at all. Love the zucchini flavor anyway, so they were still good. We ate them with hot sauce-mayo combination and it fit nicely.
These had great flavor, but mine were extra runny. I added all the breadcrumbs and then 1/4 C flour and they were still runny! There was no chance of making patties, so I spooned then out onto a baking sheet lined with parchment. It worked out great to bake them instead of frying and they stayed together nicely on the parchment.
Great side dish. I actually made it for dinner with one very large zucchini and it wasn't quite a dinner on its own. It would be great to take for a fall potluck. I made mine in a 2.5 quart casserole dish and also added onion as others suggested.