Mucver (Zucchini Patty)

Tuesday, June 15, 2010


Today i was thinking what to cook and my manager! yes!i mean it; my manager Mr Semhan asked me to cook something real Turkey food like Mücver:) hmm actually the Zucchini Patty is not the real translation..so please call it "mücver":) anyway, the idea was perfect; the tasty,easy to cook, what can i want more:)
i noticed that i cooked a lot with zucchini..but you know ,actually nobody put the right value of the Zucchini, most of people dont like to eat it, it is actually very good food, and please keep in mind if you wanna lose weight , 100gr zucchini has just 14calori..isnt it awesome? yes!!you should cook it more and please dont say that children dont like to eat it!especially 1-6 year old children cant choose the foods, the parents behaviors give him/her the eating habit.. so if you eat,children will too...



Ingredients

2 medium zucchini
2 eggs
2 cup flour
1 bunch green onions
1 bunch fresh dill
1 bunch fresh mint
cheese(optional)
Oil for frying
Salt and pepper

After digging up,wash the zucchini and grate. squeeze zucchini to drain the water. Mix finely chopped onions,dill,mint and cheese with the zucchin.Add the egg and flour,salt,and pepper,mix well. Heat oil and fry with a tablespoon of the prepared mixture,do it for a double-side. You can serve hot or cold. We serve it with yogurt as well..
Bon appetit...

5 comments:

Suchitra said...

It is raining out here and i could definitely eat these sumptuous patties watching the rain :)

Hester Casey (Alchemy) said...

The last of my zucchini are begging for new recipes and this sounds perfect. I guess the low cal nature of the vegetable is a little eroded by the oil it's fried it, but hey, it sounds delicious.

gringarl said...

I think this is a version of a meatless köfte, am I wrong?
Anyhow, it sounds good

Yeşim Çağlar said...

happy that u likd,
gringarl; yes it s akinda meatless köfte;)

Gourmet Getaway said...

Love it!! 1 to 6 year olds don't choose their food. I have had 5 children, three nearly grown up and they all eat everything because that was my philosophy too. The recipe looks delicious.

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