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Oh zucchini. How I love thee.
I pay homage to the delicious veggie by adapting the recipe of my dear friend Rosie and her family.
These rounds are crispy, savory and delicious. Panko keeps it light and brewer’s yeast gives an unexpected and INCREDIBLE flavor.
Pour peanut oil into a heavy skillet until it just covers the bottom of the pan.
Turn on to medium heat.
Slice zucchinis into rounds about 1/4 inch thick.
Crack egg into small bowl and whisk until uniform in color.
Pour panko, yeast, garlic powder, salt and pepper into a shallow dish and stir to combine.
Take a few of the zucchini slices and submerge them in the egg.
Taking them one by one out of the egg and toss them in the seasoned panko to coat.
Place the breaded slices into the hot oil and fry until golden; flip and fry until other side is golden as well.
When they are done, drain on paper towels and let them cool until devourable.
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