- Difficulty Level Easy
Zucchini Fritters Recipe
Zucchini fritters are delicious morsels of crispy goodness. The combination of salty pecorino cheese with flavoursome zucchini are a match made in foodie heaven. Try one. Or two…you’ll end up eating them all!
Watch video recipe:
How to Make Italian Zucchini Fritters | Best Zucchini Recipe Ever
- 5 x eggs
- 5 x zucchini
- 3 x heaped tablespoons of self-raising flour
- 2 x heaped tablespoons of plain flour
- 5 x tablespoons of freshly grated Pecorino cheese
- Cooking salt
- Sprinkle of pepper
- Olive Oil
- 2 x medium size mixing bowls
- 2 x tablespoons
- Medium deep fry pan
- Paper towels
- To make the zucchini fritters, you should first prepare the zucchini by freshly grating them into a bowl.
- Add a sprinkle of cooking salt to the grated zucchini and leave to rest for 10 minutes.
- Then, scoop out handfuls of the mixture at a time, squeezing them by pressing both hands around them until you get all of the water out, transferring them into a clean bowl.
- Crack five eggs into a medium sized bowl and whisk them well. Then, add salt and pepper, and mix again.
- The next step for your zucchini fritters is to add both the self-raising flour and plain flour, followed by the pecorino cheese.
- Once this is mixed through well, combine it in the same bowl as the zucchini and mix.
- Then heat up olive oil in a medium pan. Once it is ready, turn it down slightly so the oil doesn’t burn the fritters.
- Using a tablespoon, scoop out a heap of the mixture gently drop it into the pan with oil.
- Make sure you cook each side of the zucchini fritters for just over a minute or until golden brown.
VINCENZO’S PLATE: If it is turning brown or cooking faster than this, you need to turn the heat down! 10. Remove each zucchini fritter once cooked and transfer it to a plate with paper towels on top to soak any excess oil.
How to serve:
Transfer the zucchini fritters while still warm on to a serving plate and sprinkle freshly grated Pecorino on top (generously if you’re anything like my wife!)
This is How Italian Zucchini Fritters Looks Like When Cooked
E ora si mangia Vincenzo’s Plate
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