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Monday, August 8, 2011

Zucchini Recipes - Green Squash Galore

If you're a gardener living in a temperate climate, you should know that Zucchini is one of the easiest crops to grow. Often referred to as "green squash," this tasty delight also pops up in many recipes - so you should always have something to use it for, unless you are a picky eater and/or challenged in a culinary fashion; ha! Anyway, if you'd like to read more about this particular plant, visit the Wiki link:

Personally, I usually take the least healthy (but yummy!) way to prepare it, by simply slicing it, dipping in a corn meal batter, apply seasoned salt and black pepper, then frying it in a pan of oil. I usually fry onions in with it, and fried potatoes also go great with Zucchini. Yep, I said frying, fry, fried... Ha-ha!

Now of course, there are many healthier ways to use your green squash. A few moments ago, I just sort of stumbled into a recipe page while browsing the world wide web. After landing on that page, I was like "damn, it is green squash galore." That page had like 20 recipes on it, providing instructions on how to make stuff like:
Yogurt-Zucchini Bread with Walnuts, Zucchini with Roasted Almonds and Zucchini Bread Croutons, Zucchini with Parmesan, Greek-Style Stuffed Zucchini with Tomatoes, Zucchini-and-Pepper Gratin with Herbs and Cheese, Ravioli and Zucchini Lasagna, Shrimp-and-Feta-Stuffed Zucchini, Spaghetti with Grilled Shrimp, Zucchini, and Salsa Verde, and many more...

If you're interested in finding additional cuisines for your leftover green squash, visit this page and peruse over the recipes: [link is no longer active] is filled with loads of exciting cooking ideas and unique recipes, so you may want to browse through some of their other stuff, as well.

Additional Recipes:
---Quick Recipe for Shepherd's Pie

---How to make your own Mexican Pizzas

---How to make your own Hash Browns

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  1. Thanks for the link! I love Zucchini and now I have even more recipe ideas! Yellow squash is also good, and I actually like to mix the green in with it for the different colors.

  2. Hey there... You actually bring up a good point, when you spoke about colors.
    Creating a colorful meal full of variety that looks appealing, not only insures that you are getting plenty of nutrients, vitamins & minerals, but it also helps make it taste even better. It is sort of a mind trick, I suppose; cheers!