What to make when your zucchini plants start to over produce.
The humble zucchini, also known as courgettes, are one of the most robust vegetable plants to grow from seed, and one you’ll get amazing produce results from.
There is never a shortage of ideas and recipes of what to make with your zucchini.
Here is a list from my favourite chefs, authors, food bloggers and newspapers.
I like a recipe from Analiese Gregory that she shared on her instagram page once. Sadly it’s not available in a web version. I have found this very similar recipe of Helen Jacksons (An addition of 1/2 tsp of chilli is nice too).
Helen Jackson has the best website called Foodlovers
A recipe from the New York Times ‘Cook with Me’ section.
This no-colander-necessary, one-pot pasta method isn’t a gimmick: Cooking the noodles in just enough seasoned stock means they’re done in the same amount of time it takes the liquid to reduce into a concentrated, extra flavourful sauce.
A recipe from The Kiwi Country Girl
My Granny’s easy zucchini bread recipe – the only zucchini bread I will ever make! Crunchy on the outside with a super tender crumb and flavour that is out of this world, you won’t ever need another zucchini bread recipe!
A recipe from Feasting at Home
This luscious, flavorful Zucchini Dip is a delicious way to use up your garden zucchini! Serve it up with pita chips or crackers for a tasty, healthy appetizer; everyone will love.
A recipe from Nadia Lim
If you have a glut of courgettes (zucchinis) in your garden right now, then this is THE recipe for you. I’m warning you though, Parmesan Courgette Fries can become a little addictive!
A recipe from Annabel Langbein
This is a fantastic breakfast-for-dinner recipe that is also a welcome addition to any summer picnic. You can use whatever vegetables or herbs you have at hand. We like to use little potatoes from the garden, but any potatoes will do.
A recipe from me!
This Indian inspired zucchini relish not only helps rid you of the excess zucchini you have been growing. But it is also the only relish you will need to eat with cheese and crackers!
A recipe from Cloudy Kitchen
This easy Zucchini Muffin recipe takes 30 minutes to make. It is filled with grated zucchini, cheese, and onions, making it the perfect savory muffin recipe. The recipe doubles easily, and these zucchini muffins are perfect as a grab and go breakfast or lunch – no squeezing out zucchini required!
A recipe from Jamie Oliver
An easy recipe that can be ready and cooked all within only 15 minutes!
A recipe from Sally’s Baking Recipes
This super rich and moist chocolate zucchini cake is topped with milk chocolate fudge frosting- you won’t even taste the vegetables!