Mücver are great eaten as soon as they're cooked, but they can also be made ahead of time and heated in a hot oven for 5-10 minutes too. They can also be eaten at room temperature.
For an extra pop of flavour and colour, mücver is delicious served with some zingy fresh lemon, a light scattering of crumbled feta and a delicate sprinkling of mild red pepper flakes known as pul biber in Turkey or Aleppo pepper elsewhere.
I also like to serve a simple dipping sauce made from yoghurt, tahini and garlic. It's the perfect partner!
I often have many leftover Mücver (I make thousands when I serve them!) so I LOVE to eat a few for breakfast. I heat them gently in the oven then serve on a toasted bagel with a poached egg on top. Pure heaven!
You can freeze the cooked fritters too. Arrange on a baking sheet and freeze until solid, then tip into a plastic freezer bag and they'll keep 1-2 months. Cook in a warm oven from frozen for 15-20 minutes.
So that's it, Mücver on a plate! Once you discover these delicious little morsels, you'll be amazed how the humble zucchini can taste so spectacular! They're a great option to have on hand and never fail to impress.
Cooking these over the years, my recipe is now at its optimum and never fails! It's one of my most-requested dishes to cook for a dinner party! Hope you enjoy!