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Egg and breadcrumb patties cooked in oil in the frying pan. Is this a thing other people have made? My parents made them when I was a kid and I always thought they were delicious and I still make them every once in a while. It hit me the other day “can this really be a thing other people eat or did my parents invent this?” Googled it and a few recipes come up but still doesn’t seem to be a common thing
>>18386309When I make chicken Parm and I have leftover eggs and breadcrumbs I make this (Italian). Works better with Parm added
>>18386318Exactly, I think that was why my parents originally did it, the leftovers.
This sounds like one of those old school simple but delicious euro peasant foods although I've never heard of anything similar. Might try it myself
Add some grated Parmesan cheese into the mix, good stuff
The weirdest thing with eggs I remember my parents doing was adding zucchini flowers (we used to grow them in the garden) into them which I thought for sure must’ve been a thing only they did turns out people buy those blossoms at farmers markets all the time I couldn’t believe it lol
>>18386309>>18386318>>18386323I feel so fucking retarded for never thinking of this. I always autistically measure out breadcrumbs and eggs, so I don't waste too much when I throw the leftovers away...
>>18386324Its either that or someone looking at the leftovers from breading Schnitzel and going "Hold on, i can make improvised pancakes with this."