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5/20/13 6:30 A

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I just cut them in spears and eat them plain, or dipped in something like hummus, spinach dip or tzazki, (sorry, I cannot seem to remember how to spell that this morning) often.

I'll grill them on the BBQ (sprinkle with bit of olive oil & whatever seasonings I desire at the time).

I'll bake them.

I shred and freeze them to use in baking through the winter, too (defrost first, and use the liquid, too, if you wish)

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5/16/13 8:10 A

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We love to dehydrate thin slices with a touch of salt or other seasonings and eat them like potato chips but waaay better for you! We do the same thing with squash. Even with just a few plants we always have a bumper crop so I do lots of dehydrating.

I also julienne some and add it to stir-fry or sautee it with some onions and yellow squash with some garlic or whatever spices we're in the mood for.

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1/18/13 10:05 P

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Love to season zucchini, halved, with sage and oregano.
I then bake is until it is tender crisp and yummy.

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1/10/13 3:46 P

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My fav is Greek Zuccini boats:
slice Zuccini in half lengthwise. Hull out good portion of center.
Fill with fresh basil, cherry tomatoes and feta cheese. Bake til semi soft.
can sprinkle with parm
love love them

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10/26/12 6:03 A

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Sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing. I think I will try this one-I am always looking for new recipes! emoticon emoticon

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10/26/12 3:58 A

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emoticon HERE’S WHAT’S COOKIN! emoticon

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Sauce-Sauté
In 2 TB. Sp. olive oil, 1 chopped onion
1 bell pepper
2 cloves garlic till sauté, add
1 large can (15oz.)-Tomato sauce
1 large can tomatoes & liquid, stir in
1 bay leaf ½ tsp. Cumin
1 tsp. Basil ¼ tsp. Cayenne
½ tsp. Oregano 3-4 tsp. Chili powder
Twenty Minutes
1 dozen corn tortillas
6 sm. zucchini shredded about eight inches long
1 can (2 ¼ oz.) sliced olives (optional)
4 cups grated cheddar cheese

Prepare sauce
Dip each tortilla for less then 1 min in sauce,
Fill with 2 to 3 tablespoons cheese & ½ cup squash, olives

Arrange seam side down in ungreased pan
Spoon sauce over & remaining cheese

Bake 350 for 30 minutes Serve with sour cream
Serves 6 to 8
Try to find tortillas made with corn, lime, water or salt only
You can find goods ones at a health food store! Yummy!

You can replace the cheddar cheese with
1 cube of tofu, freeze and ring moisture out of after thawing
Crumble, and add 6 oz of grated farmer’s cheese.
A lot less fat. And they are good!


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9/25/12 9:05 P

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Zucchin muffins - recipe from SparkRecipes:
http://recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-de
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7/22/12 10:00 A

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I grow zucchini in my garden. I like to split them lengthwise, spray the cut side with olive oil, then sprinkle with garlic powder (and sometimes grated Parmesan cheese). Then I put them on the grill (or bake them). We also love small ones sliced-up in salads.

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7/19/12 8:15 P

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I have a george forman grill and I eat my zucchini mainly grilled. I slice them up into 1/4" slices and grill them until they are more translucent then white. I love them soooo much I eat them almost every day. On a few occassions, I have forgotten I was cooking up some that I had left over after getting my helping, and they were crispy & crunchy just like chips. Best mistake ever. ;) I don't find that zucchini needs anything to flavor it. I don't know if they would have rehydrated if I let them be though...

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Hi,
I had a salad the other day at a local restaurant and they diced the zucchini very small and it seemed steamed along with some carrots diced small also and they added it to a big ol' salad with a lemon vinagrette dressing and some feta cheese. It was really yummy!

I also have cut them into sticks and dipped them in some egg white and panko breadcrumbs and baked them with a little olive oil spray to brown them up. They were a little addicting, but fairly safe to snack on or as a side.

Hope you find something that you like and share!

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I tried the broiled zucchini chips with parmesan. I did not have butter spray so I used a little olive oil. I found them quite tasty. I think with practice, they may become one of my favorite filling snacks.

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5/24/12 9:11 A

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I love it raw, sliced thin and on a sandwich. Makes a great veggie filling. I usually add a slice of tomato, some cheese (goat cheese is really good) or hummus and sprouts.


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5/23/12 7:30 P

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I grew some zucchini last summer, so these were some new recipes I tried and liked!

http://allrecipes.com/recipe/zucchini-co
bbler/detail.aspx

http://allrecipes.com/recipe/zucchini-pa
tties/detail.aspx

http://allrecipes.com/recipe/rosemary-zu
cchini-sticks/detail.aspx

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5/23/12 4:16 P

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Thanks BUTRFLY_FREEDOM! I will have to try some of these out : )

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5/22/12 8:42 P

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5/21/12 6:20 P

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I will google baked Zucchini sticks

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Hi Everyone:

I just bought some Zucchini as it was on sale at the supermarket today. I have made baked goods with Zucchini before but I am looking for a new way to eat them other than steamed. I was thinking somewhere along the lines of baked Zucchini chips or fries? Does anyone have some ideas to prepare Zucchini as a snack? Please let me know : 0 )

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