This is yummy! I just made a half sized batch so I could bake it in my toaster oven (8X8 pan) so as not to heat up the house. I grated the zucchini and half the onion, mincing the rest, sprinkled the mixture lightly with salt, let it rest for a half an hour, then squeezed it as dry as I could in cheesecloth (you'd be surprised hour much liquid come out-I know I was). I upped the baking mix to 1 cup, decreased the salt to a pinch (because the veg had already been salted), and it came out great! I cut it into small (about 1-1/2") squares, and stuck them with toothpicks to make little bites (about 36). It should be perfect for the potluck function I'm about to attend, because certainly most people won't want to eat huge portions in this heat. I think the key to making them solid enough to stick on a pick is draining the veg. I just tried another one (oh, darn, I just had to do it) to be sure they'd lift from the pan easily without falling apart, and they're
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This is yummy! I just made a half sized batch so I could bake it in my toaster oven (8X8 pan)...