My DH doesnt care too much for zucchini, but he loved this dish served over spaghetti; the only change I made was to saute the julienned zucchini with the garlic prior to making the sauce. I have made this twice in three days..thanks for sharing.
This tasted very good. (Creamy & flavorful) A great way to use up the plethra of zucchini from the garden!! It was easy to make. I didn't make any adaptations to the recipe. Thanks, "Meow!"....!
Wow!!! I also roasted some cauliflower 1 1/2 cup and 1 chicken breast 1/2 inch cubes. This will stay in my recipe box! Also instead of the whole zucchini...I used 1 1/2 cup shredded and squeezed as much water out as possible. Served with Cellentani(Barilla) pasta cause it held the sauce in every nook and cranny.
The flavor on this was pretty bland. I added salt, pepper, parmesan, romano, and a little cayenne to give the sauce a little more flavor. I may need to add more garlic next time because the garlic flavor was not very prevalent. Also, the zucchini can add water to your sauce as it cooks and make the sauce runnier. A added 2 extra tablespoons of flour upfront to help compensate for this.
This was very good. Missing something though. I added red peppers along with the zucchini. Next time I would add more garlic and more veggies. Broccoli, kale, more peppers maybe some carrots.
I added a little more lemon juice and more parmesan cheese. But it was Delicious!
KIds loved it DH didn't due to the "sour taste" (not a lemon fan) I used half a peeled zuke and a small head of broccoli to disguise the zuke and no one knew it was there. Also used tapioca starch to make it gluten free. Other wise no changes and it was lovely. A nice light white sauce. Thanks!
This was very nice -- got to use yet 0ne more zucchini, and prepared a light-tasting, non-Alfredo white sauce to use with some left-over chicken breast. Tried with little new piccolini pasta -- made a nice summer evening dish. The zuke gave an almost tzatsiki freshness. Thanks, Spatchcock, for posting.
I really liked this a lot. I didn't have any zucchini on hand so I threw in some baby spinach and smoke salmon and served it over rotini. Everthing turned out perfectly though!