Zucchini is a delicious vegetable that finds its way into many vegetarian kitchens. Primarily used in Italian cooking, zucchini receives a Mexican flair in vegetarian dishes like corn and potato tacos.
Basil and garlic flavor the bread crumbs used to fill the hollowed out vegetables in this hot side dish. It's a great dish to serve on a cool fall evening.
This eye-catching side dish can be made with patty pan or yellow summer squash as well as zucchini.
Elevate brunch to new heights with these mini souffles. Or serve as a side dish with fish or chicken.
Serve this summer appetizer salad warm, or chill the zucchini and peppers and serve it cold.
Serve this open-faced sandwich to highlight all of summer's freshest, most flavorful vegetables. Summer squash, tomatoes, and onions are grilled to tender perfection, then smothered with gooey mozzarella cheese.
The aroma and pronounced flavor of Chinese five-spice powder lends a distinctive taste to this poultry stir-fry.
For this outstanding side-dish casserole, layer sauteed zucchini with tomatoes and three types of cheese.
Nutty tasting Gruyere cheese complements the smoky taste of bacon in this stuffed zucchini recipe.
When you broil thinly-sliced vegetables, they quickly transform into nutritious "chips" to pair with baked fish, chicken, pork or steak.
Fennel seed and crushed red pepper lend Italian flavor to this side dish.
Roast vegetables before adding them to the puff pastry to ensure the crust stays nice and crispy.
Although green, red, and yellow sweet peppers are more familiar, the harder-to-find orange and purple peppers add even more color and style to any pepper recipe.
Fans of zucchini and chickpeas will enjoy this vegetarian recipe. Italian-seasoned tomatoes and red pepper flakes add flavor and a hint of spice.