Using Frozen Zucchini in Bread?

Do I need to drain the juice from the frozen zucchini to make zucchini bread?


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January 2, 20172 found this helpful

Yes. You may reserve this liquid and use it for the liquid called for in the recipe. If you just dump the zucchini in and add the liquid the recipe calls for, the batter will be too watery.


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January 2, 20171 found this helpful

Drain zucchini either through cheesecloth or through a couple of coffee filters, put it over a ball in a colander with a cheese cloth or the coffee filter and put a half a teaspoon of salt in it and let it drain. It may take a couple of hours to drain and then dry a zucchini and you can save the liquid if you'd like to use another recipes as it doesn't have a lot of salt in it.


Squeeze out all the liquid from the zucchini and use as directed in the recipe


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January 2, 20172 found this helpful

Yes, drain it. You can save the liquid that comes off to add to veggie soup.

January 3, 20172 found this helpful

Definitely drain it or you will have too much moisture in the bread.

October 28, 20220 found this helpful

I froze 2 cup of zucchini when I drained it, it was 1 cup. In making bread do I add more zucchini to make 2 cups?


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