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zucchini oven fries


these are really good and have the added bonus of very little fat! we eat these often during the summer, sometimes in place of oven "fries" made with potatoes. you can add some cayenne pepper for a kick if you want. give them a try and tell me what you think! edit!: given some reviewers advice, i tried them again. 45 minutes was way too long for us, we just ended up with a crispy shell and no zucchini left. but 30 minutes was very good, keeping the taste of the zucchini, with one turn. the problem with the "flouriness" not cooking away, i've found that if you spray them very well with cooking spray it resolves this problem for me. i'm editing the recipe to reflect this.


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  1. Preheat oven to 400f
  2. Lightly coat baking sheet with cooking spray
  3. Trim zucchini and cut in half lengthwise
  4. Then slice into 1 / 4 inch wide sticks resembling french fries
  5. Beat egg white with electric mixer until soft peaks form
  6. Add zucchini sticks
  7. Tossing to evenly coat
  8. In paper bag
  9. Thoroughly shake flour
  10. Cornstarch
  11. Salt
  12. And garlic powder until combined
  13. Drop in the zucchini sticks
  14. 5 or so at a time
  15. And shake gently to coat
  16. Place all on baking sheet
  17. Spray all sides very well with cooking spray to moisten the flour
  18. And bake about 30 minutes
  19. Turning once
  20. Or until golden brown

Step 8

Total Time in Minute 25

Ingredients Count 7

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