Ready in 55 minutes
This simple recipe is a vegetarian variation of a crab cake. They are great as a entree, side dish or appetizer. Go crazy with toppings, dips and sauces! My favorite is Pesto Mayo or Marinara with melted Mozzarella.
"Very good recipe to get everyone started. In addition to your recipe, I added 2 more eggs, 1/2 cup tomato soup, 1 cup Butter Milk, to thin the batter (to a little thicker pan cake batter consistency), 1/4 cup onion. The results were fantastic. The butter milk also soften the Old Bay seasoning flavor. "- Litho
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Pre-heat oven to 350. Prepare baking sheet with parchment paper. Spray parchment paper with olive oil cooking spray or brush with olive oil.
In a large bowl combine grated zucchini, bread crumbs, egg, mayo, mustard and Old Bay. Mix well.
Form mixture into 8 cakes about 1/2 inch thick. Bake cakes in oven for 40 minutes flipping cakes after first 20 minutes. Remove from oven, serve immediately
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Spottedfruitbat 1 month agoThese were amazing! I added an extra egg and some Italian seasoning.
tracigoldsworthy 3 months agoVery good as a burger patty. :)
sgreffmn 5 months agoI will make this again, it was a nice change of pace for zucchini. Watch your bread crumbs for salt content. If they have salt cut back on the Old Bay.
erinmccoy 1 year ago
wennie84 1 year agoReally need to add more spices. I made a marinara sauce and that made a big difference.
hirum131 1 year ago
Keemers 2 years agoThese were great. I can't wait for all of the fresh zucchini next summer now that I found this recipe.
MandyMarie 2 years agoNo one would eat them! They tasted gross. I wasted two zucchini on this when I could have made zucchini bread!
Firebyrd 2 years agoOriginal recipe was pretty thick & bland. Really had to work at this one to make it taste good. Like the others, I added a few other things to add flavor & texture. 1 cup cream of broccoli soup & a small chopped tomato along with some garlic & basil seemed to do the trick!
Litho 2 years agoVery good recipe to get everyone started. In addition to your recipe, I added 2 more eggs, 1/2 cup tomato soup, 1 cup Butter Milk, to thin the batter (to a little thicker pan cake batter consistency), 1/4 cup onion. The results were fantastic. The butter milk also soften the Old Bay seasoning flavor.
Rburrup 2 years agoDry, tasteless. Would not recommend.
AussieVeggie 2 years agoThought this was a great base, I added some spring onions. Next time I will play with the recipe and add some cashew nuts and maybe another egg as it was a touch dry. Ive never seen Old bay seasoning here - so I added a little chili and garlic. ;-) served it as a main with some coleslaw.
Banumpkin 2 years agoLoved it! Superb recipe!! :-)
Eyeful 3 years agoExcellent. I added onion and red peppers to the mix. Didn't have any Old Bay, so I went with Mrs. Dash and chili powder. Great recipe. :)
NCLisa 3 years agoAdd grated parmesean to the recipe and a little garlic!
SpringhillFl 3 years agoExactly right abt old bay. I added 1 more egg, and 1 lb of iminitation crab meat shreaded. Maybe a 370degree oven. Everyone loved them !!!
Jfink22 3 years ago
SpiceJunkee 3 years agoAll ovens are different. I have an old oven so 350 is really hot. Next time I would make them smaller and on 300 degrees. 'allaboutfood' is right, be careful with the old bay, it overpowers the cakes slightly.
allaboutfood 5 years agoFYI...Carefull with the Old Bay Seasoning, it can make this recipe very salty if you use to much. [I posted this recipe.]