Zucchini Feta Pancakes–Moosewood Challenge #2

Seems like I’m only blogging about food recently! My first savory recipe from the Moosewood Cookbook was quite simple. I’m trying to use the recipes that require locally ready crops, so here’s a plan for that excess Zucchini you probably all have! Plus, if you shred & freeze it, this will be great come winter, too.

Pros: Simple & easy ingredients. Feta was probably the most uncommonly found in the average fridge, but yum…feta. Always glad to have it on hand here.

these are hand-whipped whites! whew…

Suggestions/Alterations: Next time I’ll hold the feta out & just sprinkle it on top. Also, make sure you eat these buggers hot & that they’re crispy–much tastier this way. & I’m not sure they’d stand alone as a main dish. We went anti-moosewood and accompanied with some beef sausages, which was a great pairing–almost brinner like dinner.

Not putting the recipe! Get the book! 😉

& don’t forget the giveaway!


  • Joy Posted June 22, 2010 12:04 am

    I'm not so much a feta fan, but I've thought about making them with ricotta instead. Hmmm…I agree, love that book! We live by the basic lentil soup in the winter. 🙂

  • My Life Under the Bus Posted June 23, 2010 4:23 am

    I LOVE Brinner and so do the kids…my husband looks at me as though I've served him a severed head if I make him Brinner! HOW CAN YOU NOT LIKE BREAKFAST FOR DINNER ?????

  • Lisa Posted June 26, 2010 12:06 am

    Oh man, I need that cookbook! Thanks for sharing the recipe and sharing how you would do it differently next time.


  • Lise Posted July 1, 2010 1:37 am

    Hi. I'm over here from Vintage Swaps, and I love your idea of trying out the recipes in this cookbook (one of my favs). My cookbooks are not used well enough–maybe I need to do something like this. "Brinner" is a new term to me…but not a new idea; love a good breakfast any time of day!

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