What you get is a fritter that has a beautifully crisp outside, and a smooth inside that elevates everyday ingredients into finesses finished product. I’ve also shared the super simple green onion drizzle because I think that really takes it to the next level and brightens up the very earthy flavors from the zucchini and the potato.
These pumpkin waffles really hit the spot. They are crisp and perfectly spiced to smell like fall heaven. Then I topped these with freshly whipped cream, pecans, and warm maple syrup. I won’t go back to plain waffles, at least not until January 1st.
Coming up with good side dishes on a daily basis becomes part of the chore of cooking. It’s not enough that you have to think up a main dish, but you generally need a side dish or two to complete the meal, and same ol’ gets to be pretty boring, pretty quick. I’ve taken some…