Very flexible, depending on what vegetable you're overrun with at the time. (If you add grated carrot, it gives a crunchy texture as the carrot won't fully cook.) Good for making big batches and freezing. Pretty healthy! I like Trader Joe's whole grain Baking Mix, but have also used Buckwheat flour, Chickpea flour, corn muffin mix (sweet)---get creative! Add curry powder or other spices!
Makes squash season so much more palatable.... —Annie Hall
1 3/4 cups
grated summer squash, any kind or mix
grated onion, sweet or hot pepper, carrot, whatever you have too much of.
lg eggs, beaten
self-rising flour (or 1/2 c flour, 1/2 tsp baking powder & 1/2 tsp salt)
grated parmesan (fresh or powdered or mix)
optional--sesame or poppy seed
In This Recipe
toss grated ingredients with beaten eggs.
In a separate bowl, mix flour and cheese.
Combine all, mix well.
Fry flattened spoonfuls in small amount of oil over med-hi heat until top bubbles & edges dry. Flip. (Or deep fry for fritters.) Keep warm in low oven or cool & freeze.
Serve with butter & Parmesan or sour cream/yogurt or Tzatziki sauce (http://thelemonbowl.com/2013/02/greek-tzatziki-sauce-with-garlic-and-dill.html---the best).