One of the best side dishes ever. Absolutely essential if you live in the south. :)

Also very simple - it takes only a few minutes and ingredients you should have on hand!

Step 1: What You'll Need:

  • 1/2 cup flour
  • 1/2 yellow cornmeal
  • 1 egg
  • 1/2 C milk
  • 1 yellow squash
  • 1 zucchini
  • salt, pepper, additional spices - Tony's!
  • oil for frying - I used canola
  • large skillet for frying
  • paper towels for draining
<p>Awesome! I made this along with sweet potato fries and they turned out great! The batter recipe held up for two zuchinnis, a squash, and a sweet potato. I used bread crumbs instead of the cornmeal which gave the veggies more texture. Thanks for sharing!</p>
<p>Wonderful! I could not get my squash to perk up until I tried this recipe and now it's perfect. Great website.</p>
<p>best fried squash ever, thanks so much for sharing</p>
<p>My children eagerly ate the squash and zucs for the first time!! The wife was impressed. Thank you!</p>
It will be very delicious.
oooh yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmy
very nice and mouth watering!<br>in my language these are called &quot;bhaji&quot;( in marathi)<br>instead of corn flour, we use chiken pea lentil flour and sponge gourd instead zucchini!<br>the flour paste should be slightly thick<br>this is a popular evening snacks in rainy season<br>buck up!!!!!!!<br><br>
I cut my yellows, dip in egg wash, roll in bread crumbs, and place in non stick pan with small dollops of butter around pan and sprinkle pepper and parmasean over tops of squash - bake 365 for 20mins or until tender - flip over for addtl 5 mins - flip back over to serve...mmmm - good... we are going to try frying as written above this weekend :)
Another wonderful thing from the most wonderful person!!
Picture perfect and beautifully done, Jessy! I grow lots of these, and have tried similar recipes many times...mine never looks as good as yours. So, I will try your way and see what happens...thanks for posting!
Thank you!<br><br>I hope you like them! :D This particular batch was amazing, and I kinda want to make them again today... we got another squash and zucchini at the farmers market and they're tempting me.
Thought you'd enjoy these pictures...two zuchinni plants in containers...so easy to grow, so good!
And, finally......!
this is really delicious. My mother makes this for me always when I visit her.<br>:)
But I never have seem this yellow zucchini .<br>Does taste this like the green one ?
Oh, the yellow one is a summer squash. They do taste pretty similar, though. :D
Jessy, I love, love, love fried summer squash. Great recipe. And have you ever tried this with Green Tomatoes? Yummmm again. <br> <br>Thanks for the recipe, I know everyone will just love them! <br>

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