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Delicious! I salted and re-salted these and let them sit for a few hours while doing other things in the kitchen. I put them on a cookie cooling rack over a sheet pan so the water could drip out. I turned them and salted again. I squeezed all the extra water out with paper towels. I didn't rinse them as instructed. I I felt like that would make them wet again. I hand grated the parmesan and used nutritional yeast instead of ground almonds -not quite a half cup. My oven had been on a long time so it was nice and toasty. These came out perfectly! A delicious low carb craving satisfier!
My family requested to have these again. They loved them! The only thing that I need to figure out is how to make them a little more firm. They got kind of soggy and they stuck to the pan so the crispy bottoms came off and stuck.
If you are seriously counting carbs, pay attention to the recipe servings listed. This recipe is for 6 servings, so one serving would only be 3/8ths of a zucchini for 4.5 grams of carbs. Great recipe for those of us on Atkins who are missing fried junk food...
This recipe was good but wasn't quite what I expected. In my opinion the herbs were too much I am going to cut down on them by 25% or so next time. Or maybe even use fresh herbs instead of dried. It's possible I did something wrong as I did bake about 5 minutes longer than specified here (my oven is weak and often takes longer) but all the herbs came out very bitter tasting. If you are a family who has always raised your children on health food options like these (assuming you don't mess the herb taste up like I did) your kids will probably like these just fine. This is not however a recipe to offer children who are being slowly moved into healthier eating. It clearly tastes like something meant to be healthy. I thought the breading came out crispy enough I actually enjoyed the texture. Someone commented that the breading sticks to itself better than the zucchini and my comments to that would be 1) make sure your zucchini is drained well enough and 2) makes sure you give the egg a moment to drip off before dipping into breading. It sticks to itself because it becomes too infiltrated by the egg. I had this problem near the end when the constant dipping had transferred quite a bit of egg into the breading bowl. Overall I personally liked it but I will use fresh herbs next time if they are available to me or cut down on the dry. I will also add a little more parmesan and slice a little thinner to get a more thoroughly crisped outcome.
Very good would definitely make again. I think the key is letting the zucchini drain for about an hour. I also tranferred them to a paper towel. I ground almonds in my coffee grinder and it worked great. You need to eat them right away as they aren't good cold.
Loved this recipe. I am usually disappointed by all the "faux french fry" recipes used with veggies since they either come out too soggy or bland or just not as expected. This recipe however is great. I followed the directions exactly as they are listed here. I was able to use my food processor to grind the almonds so I just threw in the Parmesan with the almonds to make my life easier. The zucchini drained nicely I patted it dry to help get rid of excess moisture. I breaded the slices and baked as directed and they came out delicious and pretty crispy not soggy or bland just perfect.
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