Low Carb Fried Zucchini

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Here's an easy zucchini recipe you can enjoy any day of the week. This is the perfect healthy zucchini recipe if you are craving some fried food. To make this quick and easy zucchini recipe coconut flour is mixed with some powdery Parmesan cheese for the coating on the squash slices. You could also swap in some almond flour if you have that instead. The coconut flour seems to make this easy zucchini recipe a bit crisper. These low carb zucchinis are fried in a shallow pan with a bit of oil, so you don't need a deep fryer. This healthy zucchini recipe is served with ranch dressing for the dipping sauce. You will want to take a look at the site for the full instructions.

There is easy zucchini recipe is low in carbohydrates and full of nutritional value. Zucchini slices are low in calories, with a small zucchini having just 25 calories, compared to a baked potato that has about 130 calories. Zucchinis have dietary fiber, vitamin C, and A, iron, calcium and protein. Zucchini may also help to prevent cancer and heart disease. Zucchinis have more potassium than what you will find in a whole banana. Zucchinis are considered a fruit, a type of botanical berry, being the swollen ovary of the zucchini flower which may also be used in food recipes. Other fun facts you might not know about the zucchini is that zucchini fruit is that it can be baked into bread recipes, similar to banana bread or added into cake mix recipes. The world’s largest zucchini is on record measured in at 69 1/2 inches long and weighed 65 pounds. The word for zucchini comes from the Italian word of Zucca which means squash. When it comes to the best-tasting zucchinis, the biggest s not always best. For the best tasting zucchini, you want a small sized to medium sized zucchini. The three-day annual Zucchini Fest happens in the city of Obetz, Ohio. The zucchini themed festival claims to be everything zucchini and includes a parade, contests, a queen’s pageant, arts and crafts, games and more.

The coconut flour in this easy zucchini recipe makes this recipe even healthier and a low carb version compared to using wheat flour. Coconut flour is made from the coconut and is a popular addition to baking recipes. Coconut flour is an ingredient that helps to combat malnutrition. Whole coconuts are a complete food that is rich in calories, minerals, and vitamins. A medium-sized coconut has about 400 grams of edible coconut meat and between 30-150 milliliters of water which may provide almost all of the daily-required essential vitamins, minerals, and energy for an average-sized person. Coconuts are a healthy ingredient to add into your daily diet, whether it be eating raw coconuts, using their coconut milk or water, coconut oil or coconut flour.

This easy zucchini recipe can be found on the Buns In My Oven site. The site has plenty of other recipes from breakfast recipes, bread, main dish recipes, breakfast, dessert recipes and more. **

Nutrition Facts for: Low Carb Fried Zucchini From Buns In My Oven
Ingredients: Zucchini, eggs, water, coconut flour, Parmesan cheese.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 4 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 115, Calories from Fat 54, Total Fat 6.0g 9%, Saturated Fat 3.3g 17%, Cholesterol 92mg 31%, Sodium 185mg 8%, Potassium 415mg 12%, Carbohydrates 7.6g 3%, Dietary Fiber 2.9g 12%, Sugars 3.0g, Protein 9.6g, Vitamin A 10%, Vitamin C 42%, Calcium 16%, Iron 5%

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