This is a fantastic and easy recipe. it is super moist, freezes well and is a terrific sweet treat. I've made it several times as is, or sometimes I do 1/2 oil 1/2 applesauce and reduce the sugar to make it seem a little healthier. I always have a little bit that sticks to the bottom of the pan (but the longer it cools IN the pan, the less sticks). This time I am really experimenting to finish off some garden leftovers. Summer squash instead of zucchini and added some finely chopped red bell pepper and spinach and green onions for a harvest type bread, and I sub'd 1/2 cup of oats (from the flour) and sprinkled oats on top. It's still in the oven but it LOOKS fantastic.
DON'T drain the zucchini - you want it moist!
Grease the pan well
If you're using an oversized zucchini, chop it in half or thirds to make it more manageable when grating.
I like to remove the large seeds (to plant for next year, and because they don't always grate well)
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This is a fantastic and easy recipe. it is super moist, freezes well and is a terrific sweet...