This is similar to alfredo but not nearly as heavy. I found this in a magazine while on vacation at the St. Lawrence River years ago. My now married daughter is coming home for a few days and has been asking me to make this again. Well, it took a few hours to "unearth" this recipe so here it is where I can find it again quickly next time!
My daughter despises zucchini, but my husband and I love it, so this is an easy way for us to get our "fix" and it's the perfect amount for the two of us. If I'm baking something else in the oven, I'll just put this in till the meat or whatever is done, then crank up the broiler and top it off in there. And of course, you can use more cheese or anything else you desire.
This can be made in advance and frozen for up to 3 months. Cool after simmering the leeks and squash and freeze in an airtight container. Thaw overnight in the fridge. Reheat gently, stirring continuously until it reaches boiling point, then continue from stirring in the parsley.
a friend on mine gave me this recipe and my family fell in love with it...have entered in Titus County Fair, 3 times and received Best in Class and Best in Show all 3 times. I like to use the different color bell peppers it adds to the beautiful colors in this relish
I don't know the original source of this recipe. My mother started making it probably 15 or 20 years ago. It is a Thanksgiving staple at our house. I will usually make a full recipe and split into two pans. The first we will have with dinner that night, the second will be cooked and once cool is wrapped in foil and frozen. To reheat, place back into the oven until warm.
Nice mild curry flavour, add more if you like. Swirl no fat yogurt, sour cream or cream into each serving, to mellow the curry flavour. From Company's Coming, cooking for diabetics. diabetic choices: 1 starch, 1/2 fruit and veggie each serving.
A delicious, quick and healthy way to use zucchini! I have also used yellow squash instead. This is also great cooked on the George Foreman. I heat mine to 450 deg and cook about 15-20 minutes, or until lightly browned.
If you like crispy, battered zucchini, this is the lowfat alternative for you!! I could not believe it, but they came out crispy!! The egg whites are the secret. The recipe below is straight off the WW website. The flour definitely needs MORE seasoning though - garlic? Cayenne? Salt after they're out of the oven? I will be perfecting this for our family's tastes, but these zukes are going into our regular rotation!! Like I said, if you are looking for a lowfat batter alternative that's is NOT like the "corn flake baked" variety....this is for you!