Lee's Pan Fried Zucchini. Breaded and pan-fried zucchini is a quick and easy side for meat, or you can serve it as a vegetarian main with other vegetables and a salad. Turn zucchini slices in flour, dusting off excess. Panfried zucchini recipe is the easiest side dish and so frugal.
Ingredients of Lee's Pan Fried Zucchini
- You need 1 of Medium Size Zucchini ("cut into 3/8" rounds").
- It's 1-2 of Eggs Beaten + Splash of Water for Egg Wash.
- You need 1 Cup of AP Flour.
- You need 1 Cup of Seasoned Breadcrumbs.
- You need to Taste of Salt & Pepper.
- You need 1 Tablespoon of Garlic Salt.
- You need to Taste of Seasoned Salt.
- It's of Vegetable Oil for Pan Frying.
Korean Zucchini Fritters (Hobak Jeon) is a great banchan(side dish) for your everyday meal. I made this with some Dduk guk and they went together surprisingly well. In the past, I have not cooked many Jeon dishes because I felt that they were really. This pan fried zucchini recipe is super simple and more of a guide than a recipe.
Lee's Pan Fried Zucchini instructions
- In three separate shallow dishes: beat eggs and water together. Season with salt and pepper. Mix flour together with one tablespoon of garlic salt. And put breadcrumbs in their own dish. Put 4-5 zucchini rounds at a time into the flour mixture. Shake off excess flour. Next place into the egg wash. Let excess egg mixture drip off. Then place in the breadcrumbs and coat thoroughly. Lightly pressing down to form a nice coating. Place on a wire rack rack, and let sit in the refrigerator for an hour..
- Pour about 1/4 - 1/2 inch of vegetable oil into a cast iron skillet. Let heat over medium high heat. Fry around 2-3 minutes per side, until desired browning. Remove and season with seasoning salt, while still hot. Serve with ranch dressing, marina sauce, etc. Enjoy! Note: season very liberally!!.
It's just zucchini, an egg, some breadcrumbs, seasonings and oil for frying. And you can easily scale it up as needed to feed a group. Serve it as is, or dip the rounds in a sauce like ranch dressing or aoili. Giada De Laurentiis' Fried Zucchini, from Everyday Italian on Food Network, are crispy and vegetarian, covered with crunchy panko breadcrumbs and Parmesan. So I created this delicious Pan Fried Crispy Tortellini and Zucchini.