Fried Zucchini

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Zucchini is delicious fresh from the garden, in a salad or in a casserole. But it is especially amazing fried. And this easy recipe is perfect for your next appetizer or snack because you probably already have these ingredients in your pantry and refrigerator!

Here's what you need:

Canola oil

1 zucchini

2 to 3 eggs

Milk

Bread crumbs

Pour 1⁄2 inch canola oil in 10- to 12-inch skillet and heat.

Wash zucchini and place on cutting board. Cut off ends and slice zucchini.

In a bowl, crack eggs and whisk until frothy. Whisk in a little milk.

Place bread crumbs in another soup bowl.

Line platter with paper towel and keep close by.

Fill platter with layers of zucchini and place paper towels over each layer to absorb oil.

With fork, pick up a slice of zucchini and place in egg mixture, coating both sides. Place in bread crumbs.

Carefully add zucchini slice to hot oil in skillet. Brown bottom side, then flip and brown other side. Repeat with remaining zucchini. Be very careful so you don't get burned.

If the bread crumbs left behind in the oil start to burn, you can change the oil. Put the oil in an empty coffee because it will be too hot to throw out.

These fried slices of zucchini can be a side dish or a delicious snack.

Want more easy zucchini recipes? Keep reading!

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