Dr Pepper® Fried Zucchinni Recipe with Flour

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We had fun with Dr Pepper®! While making easy breaded chicken tenders, we had enough batter leftover to make fried zucchinni. The results were awesome, and it required very little effort. Scroll down to see how to make fried zucchinni with flour and Dr Pepper®. Enjoy!

Fried Zucchinni Recipe with Flour
Use a potato peeler to stripe your zucchinni.
They say all of the nutritional value of a zucchinni is in the peeling (think fiber). We aren't fans of the peeling, so we cut some off and leave some on. It makes an attractive presentation piece.

How to make fried Zucchinni with flour.
Slice zucchinni into bite sized pieces.

Slice your zucchinni into small, bite sized pieces.

Dr Pepper® Fried Zucchinni Recipe with Flour
Place them into a mixture of Dr Pepper® and egg. I know, ew, but it works!
So, that is 1 beaten egg and 1/2 C. Dr Pepper®. We're missing a photo, but the next step is to lightly flour your zucchinni pieces. We mixed 1/2 C. flour with a dash of Sea Salt, a dash of pepper, and a teaspoon of Dr Pepper®. Use a fork to break up the flour mixture. Tongs are great for flipping the zucchinni.

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Fry in butter and a splash of Dr Pepper®.
Fry the zucchinni over medium heat in a pan of butter and Dr Pepper® as mentioned above. Flip after 1-2 minutes, flip again if not golden. Be sure not to let the pan grease get too hot. You don't want to burn the breading.

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Easy Fried Zucchinni Recipe with Flour. These are so tasty!

Lay on a paper towel to dry and soak off excess butter mixture.
We made these as an after thought when we were making baked chicken tenders, but they are so good, we'll be making them again... and again! Let us know what you think in the comments.


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