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grilled zucchini recipes?

Posted by quirkpod (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 14, 08 at 18:29

I am looking for any and all. Thank you.


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RE: grilled zucchini recipes?

quirkpod,

Don't have a straight stick zucchini receipe (please bear with me), however lately I have been making a pepper (red, green, yellow)/onion receipe in a disposable aluminum pan that I have made slits in with a knife. Then add a cheap Italian Salad Dressing to it and cook on my Weber Gasser. After about 20-30 minutes I do a couple of links of sweet italian sausage for about 12-15 minutes have the wife then take them inside and slice them up and add to pepper and onion mix.

About a week ago the wife added some sliced almost cooked potatoes, and raw zucchini to the mix and I must say she hit a home run at least my waist size is a testament to this. Might want to give this a whirl.

I will be interested in the response you get to your post I like zucchini also.

Very Respectfully,
Jeff
Go Navy!!!!!!!!!!


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RE: grilled zucchini recipes?

I just slice the zucchini lengthways into strips about 3/8" thick. Sprinkle with coarse salt and let set about 30 minutes,rinse salt off and dry strips well. Brush on garlic infused olive oil,salt,pepper and any herb or spice you like and grill for a few minutes on each side until zucchini gets tender but not mushy.

You can make a good salad by cooking zucchini, bell peppers,onion slices.eggplant and very quickly grilled tomatoes. Cut it all in bite sized pieces sprinkle with salt and pepper and a splash of an Italian type salad dressing. Let stand a few minutes before serving at room temperature.


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