The only recipe I've made in this cookbook is Tebo's Zucchini Casserole Zucchini Casserole - which is fabulous. The others SOUND fabulous and I really look forward to trying them when zucchinis are plentiful.
I'm making this cookbook public in response to a request for a zucchini cookbook.
Just when you thought you had enough zucchini recipes. This one comes from the Monks at Mepkin Abbey in So.Carolina. They grow their own chickens and sell the eggs to make a little extra. (The eggs are delicious!!)
I have loved this ever since I was a little girl. It takes a while to make but it's really easy and totally worth it. Cooked zucchini is the best!!
**However, I must mention that I use garden zucchinis for this recipe that tend to be quite a bit larger than those purchased in a grocery store. If you are using smaller zucchinis, you will need less of the coating mixture.
I found this recipe in a cookbook I picked up at a thrift shop for ten cents. It's called "Food Writers Favorites-Quick & Easy Entrees." I made a few small changes and it came out great, plus it was a cinch to make. Next time I'll try it with ground turkey or chicken instead of the lamb, which was harder to find, more expensive, and definitely higher in fat.
My family loves these pancakes! I serve them as a side dish when we're having chicken, steak or pork chops. I don't remember where I got this recipe - I've been making these pancakes for about 20 years.
I made these for lunch today and thought they were quite good. They could either be served as a vegetable side, or as a light lunch or supper dish. I used 2 fairly large zucchini, but kept the filling ingredients in the amounts listed. The recipe is from a book about Greek food.
This is Jackie French's (Australian writer/TV personality/gardener) recipe, and it is delectable! I made it for myself with vanilla soy milk (I don't have regular milk) but I still used real butter (can't beat the flavour!) The hint of orange rind in the aroma and taste of this rich but light cake makes it really special.
I'm posting this recipe for eggplant and or zucchini. No need to peel the zucchini. I've also done both in one recipe. You can also just oven bake the eggplant and dip into sauce for appetizers. My husband and I just love it! Especially when the eggplant and zucchini is home grown!
No buttermilk no problem just place 1 teaspoon lemon juice or vinegar in a 1 cup glass then top with milk let sit while gathering the rest of the ingredients.