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Beer Batter Zucchini

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I do not fry too often but I had zucchini from the garden and needed to do something different with it. It seems the everything now of days is fried with panko or bread coating. I happen to like the tempura or the British Fish and Chip type of batter the best for fish, chile rellenos , onion rings and vegetables. If I make these again I will cut the zucchini a little thinner. I had some that did not cook soft enough  for me. I f you do not use alcohol or do not want to use beer you can use a plain soda water instead.

Ingredients:

Zucchini, sliced

1/2 cup flour

1 teaspoon salt

1 teaspoon baking soda

1/2 cup beer

Flour for dredging.

Oil 

 

Slice up the zucchini and coat with flour. Set aside. Mix the other ingredients until just blended. Coat the zucchini with the batter and put into the hot oil (375 F) but do not crowd. Turn when first side is brown.  When zucchini is done on both sides remove from pan and drain on paper towels. Keep frying until all of the zucchini are cooked. I did about three at a time.

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Beer Batter Zucchini

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I do not fry too often but I had zucchini from the garden and needed to do something different with it. It seems the everything now of days is fried with panko or bread coating. I happen to like the tempura or the British Fish and Chip type of batter the best for fish, chile rellenos , onion rings and vegetables. If I make these again I will cut the zucchini a little thinner. I had some that did not cook soft enough  for me. I f you do not use alcohol or do not want to use beer you can use a plain soda water instead.

Ingredients:

Zucchini, sliced

1/2 cup flour

1 teaspoon salt

1 teaspoon baking soda

1/2 cup beer

Flour for dredging.

Oil 

 

Slice up the zucchini and coat with flour. Set aside. Mix the other ingredients until just blended. Coat the zucchini with the batter and put into the hot oil (375 F) but do not crowd. Turn when first side is brown.  When zucchini is done on both sides remove from pan and drain on paper towels. Keep frying until all of the zucchini are cooked. I did about three at a time.

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Comments are closed.

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