Chunky zucchini fries

I am totally in love with these Chunky zucchini fries. They are so easy, healthy, nutritious and tasty all in one.

zucchini fries
Chunky zucchini fries anyone? I just love these. They are so easy to make and so yummy!!

These Chunky zucchini fries might be a bit messy to put them together with the dipping of the egg and panko breadcrumbs but nothing anyone can’t handle.

We actually have these Chunky zucchini fries with sweet and sour chili sauce and they are perfect. My kids love them, although they will take them with ketchup :-)

Super bowl is just around the corner and having something a little bit healthier among all of the starches, fried foods and drinks is not a bad idea.

One thing I have noticed with these is that you must serve them right away, as time goes by the tend to get a bit soggy. They are still good but we do like them crunchy.

Anyhow, I hope everyone has a great time at the super bowl, I know we will!!


Chunky zucchini fries

Arrange zucchini pieces among two baking trays and bake at 375 for 10-15 minutes. Turn each piece and bake another 10 minutes making sure they get golden brown all over. Serve with your favorite sauce. We do with sweet and sour chili sauce and organic ketchup for the kids.

zucchini fries


Chunky Zucchini Fries

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 6 servings

Total Time: 25 minutes


  • 4 Large green zucchinis, cut lengthwise
  • 2 organic eggs, beaten
  • 1-2 cups panko bread crumbs
  • Dried spices of choice: Garlic salt, oregano, pepper etc



Preheat oven to 375F. Lightly spray some oil onto two baking sheets and set aside.

On the mean time have two bowls out and place beaten eggs in one and panko breadcrumbs and spices in another. Dip zucchini pieces in the eggs followed by the panko breadcrumbs making sure you cover them with the eggs and panko through all sides. I do this step twice, egg, panko, egg and panko again.

Bake zucchini for 10-15 minutes, then turn each piece onto the other side and bake further another 10-15 minutes or until golden brown.

Serve immediately with your favorite sauce.

NOTE: If your panko breadcrumbs are too large you can place them in the food processor to make them finer. Additionally, you can season panko breadcrumbs with dried spices. Any of your choice will work!

Nutrition facts calculated based on the recipe giving 6 servings.

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  1. My boyfriend and I are of the firm belief that no other cooking method trumps the charcoal grill. We’re big meat eaters and absolutely love the smoky charred flavor you get from grilling with coals – so delicious! We’ll have to give Kingsford Briquettes a go for out next grill out and try your super tasty kebabs!

  2. NJ weather has been pretty perfect for grilling! I’m loving it!!
    I usually just use our big gas grill, but we do have a charcoal one and there is nothing that can compare!

  3. These kebabs look really delicious! We have really nice warm weather, but we don’t have a grill :-))

  4. We had a pretty spectacular weekend here in Cincinnati and I cracked open the grill too.  These kababs look like delicious and the perfect way to enjoy the great weather!

  5. I love to grill kebabs all summer long! These are beautiful!

  6. I love having Kebabs during the summer!

  7. Such a stunning meal and it is so easy! You did these kabobs justice!

  8. These are some of the most gorgeous kebabs I have ever seen! So pretty and full of flavor! 

  9. These look amazing….with surprisingly few ingredients! Perfect for summer grilling!

  10. These kebabs make me want to run to my grill – delicious!

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