Easy Fried Zucchini Cakes - Recipes

Easy Fried Zucchini Cakes

Fall is coming on hard these days. It’s is all about sweaters, boots, and pumpkin spice (though I prefer chai). As the weather gets cooler I’mtaking the time to enjoy the last of the summer produce. Things like tomatoes and summer squash are making their final appearances at the market for the season. There is nothing like a fresh, well grown tomato. Those grocery store tomatoes you find in the winter just do not compare.
I like to do my best to stock up on these vegetables in the form of canning and freezing. If you follow me on Instagramyou’ve been seeing these in my stories. For things like zucchini and summer squash, I tend to shred them and freeze them. This way I can integrate them into bread, soups, and the like.

If we are being honest, we don’t love zucchini or summer squash, so the shredded versions are a little more palatable (I.E. Chuck can’t tell that I added it). I like zucchini well enough if it?s heavily marinated, but once it?s been frozen the mushy consistency kind of ruins even that. Thus, we stick to shredding in our house.  
How to prep shredded zucchini for storage:
STEP 1: Wash the zucchini and trim the ends. Remove seeds if desired (I do this with really big zucchini, as this is where a lot of the water hangs out, but you absolutely don?t have to).
STEP 2: Shred.
STEP 3: Let the shredded zucchini sit in a fine mesh strainer for about 20 to 30 minutes or squeeze out excess water with a paper towel.
STEP 4: Measur...
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