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!
I love zucchini and both my boyfriend and I agree that this is the best zuchinni side dish I have ever made! Tons of flavor, healthy and super easy. Note: I was drinking a glass of wine while making this, so figured I'd throw a splash in LOL I personally think it made quite a difference.
I make this at least once a week when our garden is exploding with zucchini and yellow squash. It only takes about 10 minutes and the parmesean cheese makes it wonderful. You can't go wrong with this simple recipe!
This is AWESOME pasta sauce! Much different than alfredo-ish sauces, which I don't like. This one could be healthy, depending on which ingredients you use. I found the original version of this in a cookbook I received as a gift, but this is very different from that recipe.
From a Church cookbook called Favorite Recipes by St. Mary's Ladies Guild (Carpatho-Russian Orthodox) in Endicott, NY. Submitted by Helen Macko. I want to make this soon since I have all the ingredients available.
From Southern Living magazine, this is from a family cookbook-From Hundnall Kitchens-by Karen and Bill Hudnall of Paris, Texas. They say this is one of the favorites. Great taken to picnics and potlucks!
Due to reviews, I have added some additional spices to this recipe. I hope you enjoy!