Zucchini Summer Garden Fry

by Merissa on July 24, 2014

in Using Garden Produce

Zucchini Summer Garden Fry - Little House Living

Zucchini Summer Garden Fry

I LOVE zucchini and no matter how much my garden decides to produce, it's never enough for me and I would happily eat it each and every night. I miss it so much in the winter I guess I just have to "catch up" on my zucchini consumption in the summer!

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Now I'm not a very big cook in the summer. I don't like to turn on my oven and I just rarely feel like making a big hearty meal. In the summer you can give me fresh garden greens any day over a pot roast!

This is one of my recipes that isn't really a recipe. There are no amounts and no measurements and actually no set ingredients. It's a fun make-it-how-you-like-it type of dish and that's what I love about it! You can use anything that you have in your garden currently and tailor it to your family specific tastes.

Zucchini Summer Garden Fry

Zucchini Summer Garden Fry

What You Need:

  • Zucchini
  • Onions, Potatoes (or anything else like; peas, green beans, yellow squash, ect)
  • Olive Oil (butter or Coconut Oil will work as well)
  • Sausage (you can use homemade sausage too!)

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Zucchini Summer Garden Fry

Start by washing and dicing up all your veggies. If I'm cooking this meal with potatoes I add those in first because they will need to cook longer (and I add in the onion as well), if you are not then you can throw in all your veggies together. Drizzle a little olive oil in the pan to keep them from sticking and fry slowly on a low heat.

Cook the sausage in a separate pan to ensure that it is cooked through. You can use any kind of sausage you have on hand and it will taste great! In this case our "sausage" was some organic and nitrate free beef hot dogs. Of course, Farmer Boy loves it when we make it this way! Once the sausage is cooked and your veggies are almost done, add the sausage in with the veggies and cook it a bit longer. This will give a little bit of a smoky flavor to the veggies.

Zucchini Summer Garden Fry

The other thing I love about this meal is that it's a one dish dinner! You've got your protein and veggies...add a side of fruit cobbler and you are good to go.

We have some more excellent Quick Zucchini Recipes here on Little House Living that you might want to check out as well!

What is your favorite throw-together summer meal?

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1 Judi R July 24, 2014 at 8:08 am

Thank you for this! I cook a lot of veggies like this but I never thought of adding potatoes or meat to the mix. I think I will try this but with some chicken since we are not big sausage fans. I love your posts — please keep them coming!
Judi

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2 Michelle July 25, 2014 at 3:08 pm

Thank you for the recipe.

I am visiting from Friendship Friday

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3 Merlene July 25, 2014 at 7:55 pm

I have also used eggs in a similar dish. Just whip up a couple of eggs and add them at the end for added protein.

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4 Joann @EuchreFun July 25, 2014 at 11:30 pm

What a great recipe for this time of year when the squash is so plentiful. Maybe my family would even eat this … will give it a try ;-) Visiting from Paula’s Weekend Blog Party – thanks for sharing :-)

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5 Natasha in Oz July 26, 2014 at 9:19 pm

Thanks so much for joining the Say G’Day Saturday linky party this week. I’ve just pinned your posts to the Say G’Day Saturday board.

Best wishes for a great weekend.
Natasha in Oz

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6 Diane Balch July 28, 2014 at 3:25 pm

I love how seasonal and healthy this salad is.. pinned. Thanks for bringing it to foodie friday.

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7 Karen Gemind July 28, 2014 at 5:26 pm

A delicious recipe and so easy to resize for 1 or 2. I served a fresh tomato for a cool touch. Love your ideas and diys!

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8 Felissa July 30, 2014 at 8:33 am

This sounds amazing!
I would love to have you hop over and share with us at Inspire Us Tuesday!

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9 Theresa @DearCreatives August 1, 2014 at 12:18 am

Thanks for sharing your recipe at the party @DearCreatives

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10 Cassandra August 6, 2014 at 7:01 pm

I pinned this from inspired bloggers a week or so ago and am making it for dinner tonight! Thank you for a healthy yet delicious meal! I’ll be sharing it on my blog Facebook page tomorrow!

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