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    Veggies - Zucchini


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    Looking for new ways to enjoy my vegetables without adding a lot of calories, I came upon this lovely side. Lemon gives these a nice zip the basil a sweet herbal note. add a nice touch, they remain soft enough to pair this with lots of dishes. For a 0 point, I've also made this with Butter Buds.

    Recipe #278799

    This is a modified version of a recipe in Family Circle Magazine. The original recipe calls for 1/2 cup of pine nuts. I don't care for them so I used a can of cannellini beans instead. I also added a little more cheese than the original recipe.

    Recipe #129532

    I love zucchini. I also love having lots of different ways to prepare it. This is a simple one.

    Recipe #122143

    I found this recipe on a Middle Eastern recipe site which credits Bon Appetit, May '95.

    Recipe #185490

    These are so tasty. Points 1.

    Recipe #117874

    5 Reviews |  By jellie

    Fast, easy stuffed zucchini. I make this in the summer when the zucchini are fresh and abundant. It makes a great light meal with some fresh bread to mop up the sauce, or as a side dish. This recipe is easily doubled!

    Recipe #54277

    This makes a really festive sidedish or appetizer. I make this all the time for my mother who is on weight watchers because there is only a point per 2 pieces.

    Recipe #190206

    21 Reviews |  By Tish

    If you've never tried zucchini have it stuffed the first time, and you'll want to have it often

    Recipe #17260

    A great way to start your Italian meal or just to have around for snacking , especially for the guys in football season!

    Recipe #25821

    Great way to use up all the summer zucchini. Posted for Zaar World Tour. Source is a Moosewood cookbook.

    Recipe #135378

    I made something very similar without the chicken once before and absolutely loved it. It's also great reheated. I modified this recipe from one that I found off of recipelink.com. Enjoy!

    Recipe #132682

    You can use regular dry breadcrumbs in place of the panko! This is a great recipe to use up all your garden zucchini, these are very habit-forming lol! I like to sprinkle some finely grated cheddar or mozzarella cheese over the slices as soon as they come out of the oven YUMMMMM!

    Recipe #181822

    This recipe makes a fair amount of patties, but you won't have to worry about that, half will be gone before they even make it to the table lol! Yield is only estimated depending on the size of your patties. One small minced yellow onion can be replaced for the green onions. see recipe#203857

    Recipe #181384

    QUICK & EASY healthy veggie side dish or snack. great to serve with any meal or munch on to satisfy your salty cravings.

    Recipe #183192

    Like it or Lump it! Zucchini (Courjette) is a fact of life, and true to its inherent squash quality, they do grow to an enormous size. What does one do with so much zucchini? Make zucchini bread for bake sales, for pot lucks, for gifts at Christmas, for hostess gifts. or make a lovely tomato/zucchini casseroles for a nice change. The addition of salt in this recipe is rather discretionary, given the salt factor in the cheeses. Govern yourself accordingly. Although the salt item is included in the recipe, personally, I omit it entirely (once again, because of the cheeses).

    Recipe #138703

    These are really good and have the added bonus of very little fat! We eat these often during the summer, sometimes in place of oven "fries" made with potatoes. You can add some cayenne pepper for a kick if you want. Give them a try and tell me what you think! EDIT!: Given some reviewers advice, I tried them again. 45 minutes was way too long for us, we just ended up with a crispy shell and no zucchini left. But 30 minutes was very good, keeping the taste of the zucchini, with one turn. The problem with the "flouriness" not cooking away, I've found that if you spray them VERY well with cooking spray it resolves this problem for me. I'm editing the recipe to reflect this.

    Recipe #178820

    vegweb.com, by danielle@happyhippie.com

    Recipe #128124

    This is such a tasty and healthy snack, and so simple. Recipe courtesy of Cooking Light magazine, and a real "Keeper" in my family! Wonderful to dip in Ranch dressing too! The kids even ask for this as a snack!

    Recipe #137950


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