In concept this sounds like an easy and logical thing. Slice a seriously overgrown zucchini into 'chips' using a mandoline. Online recipes abound.
Dip in milk, then coat with a combination of flour, spices and parmesan cheese. Bake til crunchy and then brag to your friends.
I also tried the following variations
1) Brushing with olive oil and Bulldog sauce
2) Brushing with olive oil and sprinkling with furikake, ala the Kale Chips methodology
Life does not work this way. Lessons learned.
1) The mandoline makes the zukes Much Too Thin.
2) They WILL stick to the baking sheet when they are this thin.
However, unlike the ill-fated toasted coconut, I did not start a fire this time.
Remedial Work Assignment
1) Ditch the mandoline and use a knife for thin, yet thicker slices
2) Definitely need some kind of thin coating for a good crnch. Maybe Corn Flake crumbs next time.
4) Use a Silpat
5) Bulldog sauce is definitely a good flavoring agent.
There are a few more monstrous zucchini in the garden to try this out again.
Not giving up on this just yet. Send me your suggestions and flavor combos too!