What a dangerous (but generous) offer. I'll start the ball rolling by being in for 3:If anything sounds good, lmk and I'll write up the recipe
Not a problem Gotta pull out the turnip one, but it is a long time favorite. My mom cut it out of a newspaper years ago for me.What a dangerous (but generous) offer. I'll start the ball rolling by being in for 3:
Radicchio w/ walnuts
Turnip Casserole (sliced turnips, cream, bacon)
Zucchini or Yellow Squash Latkes
I'm imagining wilted radicchio w/ toasted walnuts?
Turnips: new to not loathing them since they showed up in the CSA box, and so far have only had raw and roasted.
Latkes? Are you kidding me? And I've got lots of CSA squash in the frig
FOUND IT - see next post!Ok, well apparently my recipe went poof... crap... I bet it's under the fridge. I had it stuck to it and now it's gone.
I kept it simple with this Vegetable Latkes | Mark's Daily Apple that wdmama posted. Although I squeezed out the zucchini pretty well, it was still very moist and next time I think I'll squeeze, then salt and let drain for an hour or so, then squeeze again. Because it was so moist, I did add a bit of almond flour, and then some Hungarian hot paprika and more salt.Moon, a question...which recipe did you use?????? ,
I'm so glad you posted this subject as I often feel the same way. My Auntie used to make these zucchini latkes years ago, but never had a recipe. She is gone now, but I'm really pleased that I found several choices here. Thanks again.Also sick of scouring the web for new ones, never with much luck. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
I love potato latkes, but of course that is out of the question. Last week I tried a low carb zucchini latke recipe, and had to pitch it. I'll give this one a try.