Breaded and fried. Takes away that horrible "veggie" quality.
My Grandmother said we lock our car doors in Maine to keep people from putting zucchini in our back seats.Zucchini breads are my favorite way to consume them. Tho they're awesome on the grill with a little marinade!
Just had some last night. I slice them lengthwise in relatively thick planks, say from 1/8" - 1/4" thick, then rub the planks with garlic grapeseed oil from Wildtree, but olive oil works great too. Then, I sprinkled them with steak rub (again, I used Rancher's Steak Rub from Wildtree, but any off-the-shelf rub works).About 10 - 15 minutes on the grill over medium to medium-high heat and they were absolutely to die for.I cooked them on one side of the grill while I had chicken breasts grilling on the other.This works wonderfully with squash as well. I've used a lemon-rosemary rub as well. Lemon pepper is also wonderful.
Zuccini bread! And if you were closer I'd offer to take some off your hands for just that reason lol
Zuccini bread and yes, grilled works too! :-) And when it doubt, stuff em in the neighbor's cars at church :-)
My Grammie warned me about you!
There is a cookbook called the Sneaky chef and she uses a lot of zucchini. =)
wrapped in bacon of course! And washed down with an IPA.With bacon and beer, you're in the clear.
Zucchini is great fried. It also makes an interesting slaw when grated and dressed with lemon, oil, and vinegar, and tossed with the proper herbs. Grated zucchini tossed with a bit of ranch dressing is also good.My dad used to like it made into egg foo yung, using grated zucchini rather than the traditional bean sprouts.
freeze them in a sock. wait for hobos.
I gave up growing zucchini years ago; the bird-dog decided that the spiny plants were her personal, all you can eat, salad bar. That being said, I like to slice them thin and substitute the slices for pasta and make a summertime lasagna.
Stir fired with onions, chopped bacon and a dash of vinegar.
Lasagna using thinly sliced zucchini instead if noodles. My little cousins didn't know the difference!
Never be so weak as to plant zucchini in a Louisiana botton-land garden. I put in two plants and inside a month it had strangled everything in the garden and taken over two acres. It climbed pecan trees and before I mulched it, I was harvesting 100 lbs a day. Never again will I plant zucchini. It's like Jack's Beanstalk run amok.
Zucchini parmesan is really good, too. Alternately, Mom G. used to cut up zucchini and summer squash and serve with gravy (that's tomato sauce to you non-paisans) and eat with bread. NOM!
I'm not sure I've ever eaten Zucchini.
http://www.kalynskitchen.com/2010/08/twenty-zucchini-recipes-for-sneak-some.html I just saw this on pinterest and thought of this post =)