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Carrot and Zucchini Latkes

Carrot and Zucchini Latkes recipe
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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.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
52 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
5/7/2013
A healthier alternative to potato pancakes. Very Good.
posted:
7/24/2012
These are pretty darn good!! I have made this recipe twice already. I eat mine with a little dab of sour cream and chopped chives and he eats his plain. I may try mine with a dab of Greek Yogurt next time instead of the sour cream.
posted:
7/23/2012
Delish! I didn't think it was a hassle and it was nice to have a different way to use up zucchini (which I don't even like!)
posted:
4/16/2012
I made this tonight and it was amazing. I didn't use the sour cream or chives, however. I bought pre shredded carrots to save a little time. Definately will make this again!
posted:
4/7/2012
Using the shredder on the food processor made these much easier to make. I made these the size of a half dollar. I left off the sour cream and only topped them with salt fresh from the skillet. Other than the smell staying in my house for 2 days, these were perfect and easy.
posted:
8/3/2011
AWESOME!!!! be sure not to use too much egg though, otherwise it can turn out a little spongey.
posted:
7/6/2011
I loved them, you can use them as a side dish or to eat them by themselves.
posted:
7/3/2011
This was VERY good! Unfortunatly, my daughter did not like it but that has been the case with anything zucchini. My 1 year old liked it. Was very good without the sour cream as long as the cake is hot!
posted:
6/23/2011
I LOVE this recepie... I've made them a couple of times & they're always a HUGE hit. That being said they did seem like a LOT of work... but I didn't use something as helpful as a food processor either. Will do that next time.
posted:
5/9/2011
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
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