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Great recipe,yooper! I let the zucchini sit for a while and then squeezed out all the moisture I could. I browned the patties in the fat from the bacon and cooked them up nice and crisp. Loved this!

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MizzNezz September 12, 2003

I halved this recipe and substituted a little skim mozzarella for the parmesan. It turned out very well and I was grateful to have something different for my South Beach Diet breakfast. I recommend cooking the patties a little longer on a low fire just to soften up the grated zucchini a little more. I will definately make these again. Thanks Yooper.

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Miraklegirl September 03, 2003

Marvelous recipe !!! I actually believe these are better than regular hash-browns in flavor and texture. Never again will I have to miss the taste of potatoes while on a low-carb eating plan...these are the perfect replacement. I had the zucchini when I came across this recipe and decided to try it immediately. I grated the zucchini with my food processor which made it so easy to porepare. I made 1/2 the recipe for just myself and found the patrties store and reheat well. The only change was the addition on 1 heaping Tablespoon of soy flour and cooked on low awhile as Miraklegirl suggested. I made a full recipe this week and have enjoyed them with my dinner meal along with breakfast. I topped some patties with a scant tablespoon of cottage cheese and others with plain low- fat yogurt as I am shying away from sour cream right now. Naturally I had to " cheat" and had one with catsup...yummmmmy. I suggest you give this recipe a try even if you are not on any special diet.... thanks for sharing Yooper !!!!

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Sammijo November 11, 2003

Very good zucchini recipe. I sauteed the patties in bacon drippings because I had some on hand. Followed the recipe exactly but had difficulty keeping the patties together. May add a little amount of flour to the mixture the next time I made these.

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BoxO'Wine August 25, 2003

My husband was so thrilled to have this! He started the Atkins diet and wanted something a little different. These "hash browns" were the perfect thing. I cut the recipe in half very easily, and served them with a little sour cream on top. Hubby just loved them. Thanks, yooper!

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yogi August 24, 2003

This was quite delicious. I made the recipe exactly as listed. It was quite a hassle, battling the moisture issue, but well worth the results. I will be making them again. And again.

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iboso64 May 05, 2010

Delicious! Like the others, I added some grated onion. Takes a while to fry up (just like real hash browns) but so worth the effort. I just made a batch for my 8yo daughter at her request - and she is a notorious veggie hater. And perfect for me, as I am doing Atkins.

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paulabob April 17, 2008

Great for a low carb diet. I made just like the recipe stated. DH & I enjoyed these very much. Thank you for sharing!

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Barb Gertz July 26, 2007

Yummy! First time I followed the directions to a "T" and they were great. The second time I added onion and more cheese and a bit of bread crumbs. Thanks for sharing!

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kim_michele July 23, 2007

Wow, yummie in the tummy. I too added shredded onions and some flour and my kids and I love these.

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Diana Filipi June 04, 2007
Hash Browns Zucchini