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Old 07-16-2014, 05:42 PM
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Default Re: What to do with Zucchini?

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Originally Posted by SilverSage View Post
Here's my favorite.

Slice some onions very thinly - so thin you can almost read the newspaper through them. Saute in a bit of olive oil over high heat until they start to get brown and a little crispy on the edges. Toss in a clove of minced garlic and heat briefly just until you can start to smell it.

Add sliced zucchini (kinda thin), plenty of salt & pepper, a dash of cayenne, and whatever Italian herbs you have around. Toss this over high heat so that the zuke slices cook quickly and get just a hint of golden on the edges, but don't get soggy.

Remove from the heat and toss in a handful of grated parmesan.

This is attractive if you use a mixture of zucchini and yellow squash.
I just found a photo of my attempt at this dish.

It was delicious, but I didn't get any "hint of golden on the edges". Probably didn't have the heat high enough. I will make this again!

I LOVE the recipes and photos of Zucchini fritters from SassMuffin and Vyapti!!! I definitely would like to make some!

Lee
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