Thursday, August 5, 2010

Rosie Forgot To Show You How To Fry Zucchini Blossoms.

The other day, I made stuffed and fried zucchini blossoms but I forgot to put the videos in my post. Since a lot of people can be intimidated by frying, I wanted to add these so you'll see how to do it. I stuffed the blossoms with a mixture of Ricotta cheese, Greek yogurt, and goat cheese, along with parsley, basil, and dill, and some salt and pepper. And for the the life of me, I couldn't remember my "three-cheese mixture" for the stuffed blossoms I spoke of on the videos. My bad. video
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As long as I'm frying, might as well do some onion rings too. You know how on some onion rings the batter is extremely thick and pulls right off? Not so with this batter. 1 part flour to 1+ part sparkling water plus seasonings s & p in this case It's extremely light. The perfect batter for your delicate frying needs and what could be more delicate than a zucchini blossom?
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4 comments:

Marilyn said...

Lovely videos, Rosie.

The only thing you are missing is a personal story to help the home viewer relate to you and the food. Then Tushie might give you your own cooking show on Food Network.

Rosie Hawthorne said...

OK, Mar,
My family was a poor waste of kin.
We all sucked collectively.
Gimme my show.

Rosie Hawthorne said...

How was that?

Marilyn said...

Let's see: "We grew up so poor that the only thing we could afford was fried zucchini blossoms. But my mama knew how to make them special and we never minded the fact that the twelve of us had to share one pair of shoes."