Fried Zucchini With Spicy Dipping Sauce

Fried Zucchini

Made with zucchini, flour, panko bread crumbs, parmesan cheese, fresh parsley, red pepper flakes, eggs, water, salt & pepper, and canola oil; Spicy Dipping Sauce made with sour cream, buttermilk, shallots, fresh chives, cayenne pepper, hot sauce, and salt & pepper.

There’s no way you can eat just one of these.  The crispiness of the zucchini made eating these so much more enjoyable.

They’re so good you don’t even need the dipping sauce to eat with these.

Recipe for—Fried Zucchini & Spicy Dipping Sauce

So, if you have nothing else to do today, take some zucchini, slice them up and fry them.

Take-Away Life Lesson:  The healthiness of the vegetable zucchini and the badness of the frying sort of kind of cancel each other out, you could say.  So fry away!

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36 thoughts on “Fried Zucchini With Spicy Dipping Sauce

        1. I could eat it with no sauce actually. It was that good. But I bet the horseradish sauce was great with it. And it’s sometimes great when you don’t have to share. 🙂

  1. We like a nice hard cheese like Parmesan or Asiago grated up into the crumbs for almost any fried food. It is also nice sprinkled on herb toast. Butter, herbs, Parmesan and some smoked paprika make a very delicious herb toast. Let it toast a bit before putting on all the goodies.

        1. And that would be ME! I’m not a spicy girl. I end up spending more time trying to cool my mouth off that I can’t enjoy the food. At least there’s not a bird’s eye in it. 😉

          1. L-O-L!
            There is a special type of bird’s eye chili in Indonesia. It is called as “coffin nail”. It is so deadly that eating one is like nailing one’s coffin. It was reported that some people had died eating it in the past.
            I have never seen one but I am super curious. The spiciest bird’s eye chili I encountered was called as cabe maut (Cabe = chili, Maut = The Death)

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