Ground Gyros recipe-- which is also very flavorful and one of my husband's favorite quick week night dinners.
here. Otherwise, use a box grater for the zucchini, and it's important that you squeeze the excess water with your hands, or by wringing it with a tea towel or cheese cloth. Soggy zucchini makes soggy fritters and that is not very appetizing! Chop some green onion. Add some Feta Cheese. For the herbs, you can use fresh mint and fresh dill. My husband doesn't like mint, so I cut fresh dill (from my Spring garden) and flat leaf parsley.
Flip them over and cook for 3-4 additional minutes.
Drain on a paper towel lined plate....
Serve with a dollop of Tzatziki Sauce...
Mmmmm... the creaminess of the feta cheese, subtle flavor of dill... and a refreshing and tangy tzatziki sauce...wow! Craig and I enjoyed these as our TGIF Happy Hour. We washed it down with an ice cold beer. These were great appetizers, but they'd also be a nice side dish. These are fast and easy to make. Scroll to the very bottom of this post for a printable recipe.
I am linking this recipe to Lori at All That Splatters. She is hosting this week's Saturday Blog Showcase. I am happy to participate in this great way to give a shout to bloggers whose recipes have inspired us to make.
I am really glad that I stumbled across "Whipped's" food blog. I love her photos and I've bookmarked several of her recipes. Please come and see who else is being showcased for this week!