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"I've made this several times. I've found the mushy vs dry factor that everyone is mentioning is based on the ripeness of the zucchini I buy. I suggest getting very firm barely ripe rather than any that give a little when you squeeze. I add different spices to the crumbs depending on what else I'm serving to be sure they are compatible.
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Top-ranked recipe named "Crispy Zucchini Coins"
Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Combine bread crumbs, Parmesan, and pepper; mix well. Dip the zucchini slices in egg whites; dredge in bread crumb mixture. Place zucchini in a single layer on a baking sheet coated with cooking spray. Bake at 450 degrees for 15 minutes. Turn zucchini over; bake an additional 10-15 minutes or until outside is crispy and browned.
Note: Baking time might be a bit long check after 8-10 minutes on first side, second side may only need about 5 more minutes.
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AESG 2 months agoEasy to fix.
bdizzle 3 months agoMy boyfriend and I both really enjoyed this and will definitely make again. We used Panko instead of bread crumbs and next I think I may try it the other way. I didn't bake it for very long, maybe 7-8 mins on one side and 4-5 on the other-came out nice and crisp!
FullMetalBlonde 5 months ago
cat80 6 months agoloved this. i used onion salt instead of plain and doubled the parmesan. i served with the curry mayonaise dip from the sweet potato chip recipe. it was a perfect match.a favourite.
cchevriethompson 7 months ago
AZClaire 8 months agoI've made this several times. I've found the mushy vs dry factor that everyone is mentioning is based on the ripeness of the zucchini I buy. I suggest getting very firm barely ripe rather than any that give a little when you squeeze. I add different spices to the crumbs depending on what else I'm serving to be sure they are compatible. Good stuff!
mst2 8 months agoA little dry.next time I will add a little olive oil but great flavor. I will make tjem again.
susan293 9 months ago
Lucifera 1 year agoThese were a nice addition to our meal! Next time I'll use panko instead of fine bread crumbs. They tasted great dipped in spicy ranch dressing.
hmchunn01 1 year agoI absolutely love this idea!
Ange325 1 year agoSo good, I didn't have eggs so used milk. I only baked for 8 mins one side then 5 the other.
jobethstott 1 year ago
mamamia808 1 year agoThanx for sharing ur recipe. I love dis:-)
Debreen 1 year agoReally good, and easy!
Grandmapatty2 1 year agoYum!
Sifl 1 year ago
amandabush1 1 year ago
Mcheisler 1 year agoMy husband loved them!! I added garlic salt and used the whole egg. This is a keeper!
buterfl361 1 year ago
lauraserwerkarayan 1 year agoMaybe I did something wrong, but these did not turn out well. They had a mushy texture and were a bit bland.