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July 13, 2009

Squash Recipe Anyone?


Wanted: an easy, kid-friendly, squash recipe. Bonus if it involves cheese.


Seriously, who knew 3 little seeds could produce so much squash?




Now, if the rest of these tomatoes would hurry up and turn red, I know exactly what to do with them!

4 comments:

jeanette wunderly said...

I don't have a recipe, but try a vegetarian lasagna.

Over-Caffeinated X 4 said...

Okay, this does not involve cheese, but my kids do like it....

slice the squash, onion, garlic, and salt in a pan with olive oil. Cook until everything is tender (not mushy) and then mix in some bacon crumbles... yummy! I'm making it tonight, in fact. It takes about 5 minutes to make an entire pan full.

Sasha said...

Here is a recipe for squash pancakes. You can use any vegetable that can be shredded, like squash, potato, eggplant, or carrots. My mom used to make it for us and now I make it for my son. You can eat the pancakes instead of bread with a soup or a stew. Shred 1 lb of squash, add one egg, some salt and couple spoons of flour. Fry as you would silver dollar pancakes. You could probably add some cheese to the batter and make cheesy pancakes.

Troy and Rachel said...

I have 2 red tomamtos and waiting for more - I love summer tomatos.

I take squash and cucumber raw and chop it into tiny cubes and then mix it together with a little ranch and serve like a salad - Daniel loves it!