Fried Stuffed Zucchini Flowers

Wednesday, July 08, 2015

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The last time I made these was in Italy, frying them in tiny single batches in a tin cup we found in the rental villa.  The flowers were for sale in the local co-op, the olive oil from the farm we were staying on.  I had no thermometer, and no recipe, and I still suspect the first few came out way too greasy, but they were gone as quickly as I could make them.  This time was much easier, with both a candy thermometer set at a perfect 350 degrees and this very simple recipe from Tyler Florence to which we only added a small cube of mozzarella in each flower.  We used flowers from Queens Farm and Hillacres Pride mozzarella.  They disappeared as quickly as last time, though I managed a picture.

Posted by Donna on 07/08 at 07:34 PM


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