I'm not always a dinner person. I like to eat a small breakfast, a big lunch and then sometimes I skip dinner entirely. This isn't a diet thing, its a 'I'm not going to eat when I'm not hungry' thing. Unfortunately, Levi doesn't work that way. He eats 3 fairly balanced meals a day and I know I push his limits sometimes when I finally give-in to cooking lunch at 2 and dinner at 8 on the weekends.
Last night was a night I wasn't particularly hungry, but of course Levi was-so I went to the kitchen, which was fairly sparse-as we need to go grocery shopping-so I 'channeled' my mother. My mother is fantastic at
I grated down an entire zucchini into a bowl, seasoned it with some Tony's, threw in 2 eggs and panko and mixed with my hand. Then I started adding flour until I had a nice pancake batter consistency. In the
meantime I asked Levi to take a small skillet and heat some olive oil on the stove.
When the skillet was hot, I added a large dollop of batter, let it cook for about 30 seconds before flipping it (it flipped very easily), pressing it flat with a spatula and letting it cook through for a minute or two longer.
Zucchini is a great veggie to add to breads, cakes, homemade doughnuts, frittatas, etc. It has a subtle flavor and adds a lot of moisture!