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Carrot and Zucchini Latkes

Carrot and Zucchini Latkes recipe
photo by:kraft
Skip the potatoes and go for garden-inspired Carrot and Zucchini Latkes. Follow the recipe: Use your muscles to get all the water out of the veggies.
50 min
50 min
8 servings
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OMG, this was the bomb! You could shred these veggies in the food processor in a couple minutes, so I don't see what all the complaining was about. My first batch didn't want to stay together in the frying pan, so I added some more flour and everything was fine after that. (Not sure I managed to squeeze enough liquid out of veggies.) Anyway, after a test latke, added just a bit more salt, used more freshly ground pepper and added some of Emeril's seasoning blend--these were crispy bits of deliciousness. Even my 13 year old, who HATES zucchini admitted they were pretty good! We all agreed they were just as good w/o the sour cream...and they didn't need it, it just gave it a completely different flavor. Make sure you cook them so they are a little bit crispy--mine were probably a little darker than in Kraft's picture, but not burned at all. Yum! For the reviewers who complained about bitterness---that's not the recipe, that probably came from older zucchini. Use smaller ones since they'r
was a pretty good side dish; but it would have been better for the season (passover) if you had used matza cake meal.
Made it for my son and he keeps asking for more. Good way to sneak in the veggies
A lot of work. Once you have your oil just right they come out nicely. I will make again but only when I have nothing else going on.
Very, very good!
I used shredded potato instead of carrots and these turned out very good.
I wanted to add a little more crunch to mine so after flattening the latkes I dipped them in Italian bread crumbs (both sides). I LOVE LOVE LOVE this recipe and so does my family!
Yuck. I made this for my brother-in-law and his family, and no one liked it. It was "bitter," and completely unedible without the sour cream. We ended up throwing them away. Aside from the taste, it was very time-consuming to make. I would not recommend this AT ALL.
it was an excellent choice for my family; at first they were a bit sceptical about the veggie mix. and as soon as they tried it, they loved it
Well my husband really like it but he put your kraft ranch dressing and for me it was just Ok
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