Zucchini, stuffed
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    Default Zucchini, stuffed

    the recipe with all photos can be found here

    It is like this every year. Either the zucchini plants do not grow at all, or you cannot save yourself from the crowd.

    Today I filled the size and served it with tomato rice for lunch. This is a delicious and very inexpensive summer meal without meat.


    The ingredients for 3 people are:

    a large or 2 smaller zucchini
    2 onions
    1 clove of garlic
    approx. 15 g grated cheese
    2 eggs
    some tomato paste or ketchup
    Salt pepper
    oil
    approx. 400 ml tomato juice
    3 tablespoons of red lentils

    The preparation

    Hollow out zucchini

    Fry onions and garlic, deglaze with approx. 150 ml water and add to the lentils. Bring the lentils to the boil and let them cook for 10 minutes.

    Fry the hollowed-out zucchini in a little oil.

    After frying, you can easily crush the balls with a fork.

    Then mix the lentil mixture, the zucchini inside, the eggs, the cheese, salt, pepper and some tomato paste or similar. (*) it is in the zucchini.

    (*) I took some of the reduced tonate juice that I still had from the cauliflower pizza.

    Now place this in an ovenproof mold and pour in approx. 100 ml tonate juice.
    After 45 minutes in the oven at 180 ° C, the surface is slightly crispy brown.


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    Oh, the rice:
    A 3/4 cup long grain rice is cooked with 4 times the amount of tomato juice and salt using the cooker-off method.
    Best regards, miteigenenhaenden

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    Thanks so much for sharing this .... I love zucchini, in fact I love ANY type of squash and I plan on trying this (probably won't till this summer though when it's at the local Farmers Market.)

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