Zucchini Recipes

Summer is an exciting time when it comes to fresh eating, with gardens and farmers markets overflowing with a variety of local fruits and vegetables, a perfect time to try new and classic recipes. These "Zucchini Recipes," serve as inspiration for this abundant time of year. Use all of your amazing zucchini from your garden by trying out these recipes! Having a garden is amazing, not only do you get to have fun playing in the dirt, but you get to grow amazing things that can provide you with food. Having a vegetable garden is super rewarding and even though it can be some work, it is really all so worth it when you have all of the nice, fresh vegetables to eat and to share with your friends and family. Growing a vegetable garden is a great way to save money on ever rising food costs, too. Also, it is an awesome way to make sure that your food is GMO and chemical free!

On this site you will find a list of traditional Italian zucchini recipes to try, you won't believe the variety and endless array of ideas. Some of the zucchini recipes on the site include; three cheese baked pasta with zucchini and béchamel; a healthy brown rice and zucchini recipe, called cucina povera; cheese and zucchini pie, a very easy recipe to make that is good served both warm or cold; oven roasted zucchini, this healthy recipe is easy and delicious; spaghetti massapequa, a spaghetti recipe that includes shrimp, zucchini and peppers, it looks and tastes great; zucchini quiche, that uses simple ingredients such as eggs, zucchini, grated parmigiana cheese, oil, salt and pepper; zucchini parmigiana, that has crushed tomatoes, garlic, fresh basil, zucchini, mozzarella, parmigian cheese, olive oil, salt and pepper for this amazing dish; zucchini all poverella, a flavorful appetizer great for any occasion, with zucchini, garlic, chopped fresh mint, red wine vinegar, salt, and olive oil. Don't those all sound absolutely amazing?!

This Italian recipe site, Cooking with Nonna, is definitely the place to go if you want to find classic and original Italian recipes from all the regions of Italy. The recipes on this site are made from Italian nonnas and grandmothers, who have passed them down from one generation to the next. Rossella is the host of the all new online cooking show and food webisode series, Cooking with Nonna. A first generation Italian American, from Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, her deeply rooted heritage from the Italian region of Mola di Bari, a small fishing village commonly known as Mola. She grew up cooking with her Nonna and her mother, who taught her so much about Italian cooking and passed down so many recipes to her. She wanted to help others do the same so that all of these amazing recipes can still live on in the kitchens of others! There are many users who share their own recipes! Try out some of the many, awesome zucchini recipes here, on the Cooking with Nonna website! To read more about this subject, visit the website link below to the "Cooking with Nonna," website.

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