Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Zucchini Fritters with a hint of Sage



When Meeta of Whats for Lunch Honey announced the Ingredients for her next Monthly Mingle as Zucchini and Sage I was thrilled because I already knew what I could make. And the best part was that it is a very very simple recipe and tastes great. My son who had never eaten Zucchini till then loved these fritters and he actually asked me to make them again after a week. Now without rambling any further about it I'll get on with the recipe. But before that I'll quickly thank Meeta for this event and choosing these ingredients.

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Ingredients :

125 gms Zucchini (or Courgette), 2 medium eggs, 30 gms plain flour, 3 tblspns cheddar cheese, 1tblspn Sage, 1 tspn baking soda, salt and pepper to taste.

Procedure:

1. Grate the zucchini.

2. Beat the eggs. Add the flour , cheese, sage, baking soda and salt and pepper.

3. Mix this egg mixture to the grated Zucchini. Stir well.

4. Shallow fry spoonfuls of this mixture.

Your fritters are ready.

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They are great as a starter. Alternatively you can sandwich a fritter between two slices of bread and have it for lunch. Thats what my son did.

Oooh! I almost forgot. I won't be around for a week or so now. Going on a week long holiday to Switzerland.Hope I come back with some great pics to show off.Bye Bye.




11 comments:

ostwestwind said...

Oh, I had the same idea in mind :-(. So I have to do something other.

Anonymous said...

Sounds interesting Anupama...... Can it be made without egg???

Foodie's Hope said...

Aaahhh.... Guess what I have in the draft for this entry! YUP!!:)) But it's little different, so I am safe!! Looks good and I know they tastes good too!

Anonymous said...

The fritters look delicious. Thank you for the great lunch idea.. sandwich it will be :)

Pavani said...

Yum.. Zucchini fritters w/ sage sounds interesting. Have a great vacation.

Krithika said...

These look delicious ! Can be used as a burger patti too !Thanks for sharing. Have added you to my blogroll.

RP said...

Looks really yummy! I was looking for some squash recipes. Thanks.

Prema Sundar said...

good one.. can it be done without egg..have a good trip.

Anupama said...

Rooma and Prema, You can substitute the egg with 2 to 3 tblsps of roasted semolina and some water. This will also bind the mixture well.

Meeta said...

Hehe! Anu, glad you took part. I was hoping to push you to use Sage. How do you like it? Glad you brought these fritters to the Mingle they look delicious!

Brilynn said...

I just made haddock fritters last night for dinner, these look great!