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Zucchini Fries
Posted by Clyde
Thursday, January 29, 2009 8:45 PM


Zucchini Fries

Ingredients
1 large zucchini
1/2 cup panko
1/3 cup parmesan cheese, shredded (not grated)
1/4 teaspoon kosher salt
1 egg, beaten

Instructions
1. Slice zucchini into pieces that are about 3 inches long and 1/2 inch wide.
2. On a plate or in a shallow bowl, mix panko, parmesan cheese, and kosher salt.
3. In a separate bowl, beat an egg.
4. Roll sliced zucchini in egg. Dredge in dry mixture, pressing down, as necessary. Carefully lay coated zucchini on a cookie sheet or plate until all zucchini is coated.
5. Heat oil to medium-high heat. Fry zucchini, being careful not to overload the pan. When one side of the zucchini fries are golden brown, turn and continue cooking. Remove to a plate lined with paper towels.
6. Serve as a snack or with your favorite pasta dish. [Depicted is a pasta dish using a sauce that came from a can, with sliced fresh mushrooms added.]

Notes:
Adjust your heat higher or lower, depending on how your zucchini fries are cooking. Be patient and resist the urge to overload the pan or your zucchini fries will be soggy.

Comments

GUEST (188.143.234.155) - Tuesday, December 01, 2015 1:22 PM.

The Ground Beef and Zucchini Casserole was very tasty and easy to prepare. Since I don't eat Red Meat I suetsitutbd with the Ricotta and Egg whites.


GUEST (192.99.2.73) - Friday, April 25, 2014 6:06 AM.

I got arsenic poisnniog from breathing the dust. Arsenic was used years ago to treat for termites. It was apparently in the attic where I worked for twelve years. I was the only one in my office. There was a white substance coming down the wall by my desk. There was a roof leak and it was much worse when it rained. I went to military doctors for years and was told they could find no reason for my numb feet, fast and irregular heart beat and loss of hair, and it was suggested that I had "panic attacks". I went to Walter Reed Army Hospital about 9 times in a year and a half. I finally decided to seek a Neurologist on my own. He did a heavy metal test the first visit and found the arsenic. Since I had 3 holes in my septum, it was determined I had breathed the arsenic. A month after I moved from that office to another locality the test was zero. When I went back to my military "family" doctor and told him what was found he said they were not going to treat me anymore because it was "Worker's Comp". There was no worker's comp because I was an only employee. I called every organization I could think of and no one would test the building. I told the person who was buying it about the arsenic and was told that he hoped I didn't tell anyone about that because he wanted to rent it out! He fixed it up a little and rented it as an apartment. On the advice of my doctor I went to see the new tenant and told her the same story and all she said was that her dad was a contractor and he said the building was built to code. I guess you're thinking the same thing I was thinking. What did that have to do with anything? So here we are- just about 4 years later, and the neuropathy is almost unbearable and I've had three surgeries on my feet. The bones are deteriating and I have pins and plates everywhere. But, I still can't leap tall buildings with a single bound! LOL (You have to laugh once in a while to keep from going crazy). Now the ligaments are going and I have to have my right foot fused Oct. 4th to keep it from falling apart. I had cadaver cartlidge put in my nose in May of 2011 because I kept a sinus infection for the past year from the holes. My ENT doc said I was the first patient he had to do that for from arsenic. I swear before God I've never sniffed so much as an tylenol. LOL My Neurologist said I was the only one he treated any length of time for arsenic because all the others had it put in their food and they were "temporarly" in the hospital. I think they died. I see a Cardioligist for the Tachycardia and irregular heart beat and take medication to slow my heart beat down. My Neurologist prescribes me Elavil for the neuropathy and Vicodin before bed time fot the pain and tingling. Before I went to him I had no medication at all and spent most of my nights smacking my feet and walking the floor. I even broke the side of my foot myself smacking it with a wooden spatula to ease the pain and tingling. I didn't tell anyone until they saw it in an xray a couple years later. I know there are more people like me, but I don't know where they are. I know there are more buildings with arsenic that are considered "historical". I wish there were a support group because no one else understands what it is like. Not even the doctors. I have to carry my lab report to prove that it happened when I see a new doctor, and I think I know more about arsenic poisnniog then most doctors because I've researched it on line. If they did why didn't they order the test? I wasn't diabetic. I hope every one here who has this found out a lot sooner and do not have to go through these things.Judy A. Derflinger


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