Friday Feasts: Summer Squash

Loaded with vitamin A and some C, squash is ubiquitous this time of year. I find the mellow yellow veggie easy to serve to kids and a wonderful accompaniment to grilled meats and fish. Since our local markets are overflowing with these yellow beauties. I though I would share my classic summer squash recipe. And you can find out more about squash here.

2 medium sized squash cleaned an cut into 1/4″ half moon shapes.
2 scallions chopped thin
3 tbsp olive oil
salt and pepper to taste

Heat the oil to medium. Add the scallions. Saute for a couple minutes. Add the squash. Mix frequently and toss in spices. Cook until squash is semi-firm (do not make mushy). I’d love to know what you’ve been up to with your summer vegetables.

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  • I love summer squash and this recipe looks delicious. It will be on next week's menu!

    I compiled a list of summer squash recipes in case you need more inspiration:

  • Yum! I love squash like this — we often add just a little cheese 🙂

  • I love to brown the squash really well…..they are so yummy.

    This post is making my mouth water.

  • That sounds delicious! I love squash but never really knew what to do with it besides just boiling it in water with a little salt. I'll be sure to try this out!

  • What a great recipe and so timely. It looks and sounds sooo tasty.

  • i love squash…and cutting them that way makes them even prettier…

  • Thanks for hosting. You have a huge following… I'll be back! Have a great weekend. :~D

    e-Mom @ Susannah's Aprons

  • Amy

    I love vege's too! thanks for sharing your recipe:)

  • Mmm. I LOVE squash…any time of year.

    Thanks for the inspiration.