From apartmenttherapy.com as adapted from Food Network. Two versions for prepping the squash are given. Halfway through preparing this recipe I discovered I didn't have enough chevre, and substituted with some locally made cream cheese. Best if the cream cheese is at room temperature or it can be whipped.
When squash takes over the garden this dish will take care of some of it! Use swiss, cheddar, pepper-jack...whatever you like. Our Creole seasoning is Recipe #22089 and I go light with salt. Serve with fried bass fresh out of the pond, corn bread and just picked tomatoes. Put a tablecloth on the table under the pergola, light some candles and pop open a chilled Chardonnay. It doesn't get any better than this.
This is my favorite way to cook yellow squash.I think the cumin and butter really play up the fresh ,subtly sweet flavor.It really doesn't get easier than this.Serve with a Mexican /Southwest meal.You could play around with this and even make it Indian style to go with a curry.Yield is approximate.
Knowing that one can never have too many zucchini recipes, I wrote this down on a piece of scrap paper in the waiting room at a doctor's office. It's super tasty and simple, perfect for a weeknight. The goat cheese makes a creamy sauce for the linguine, and complements the flavor of the sauteed squash nicely. In addition to the lemon zest, I recommend adding some thinly sliced fresh basil when serving. From Real Simple (June 08).
This makes a tasty side dish that won't overpower your main dish, and is attractive as well. I always peel my zucchini first, but I'll leave that up to your personal preference. I also use the slightly aged goat cheese, not the really soft one. Preparation time does not include cooling time for the zucchini mixture.