Steamed Summer Squash

   A very light and easy Steamed Summer Squash recipe that is a great summer dish. Try something new and different. You will be in amazement how savory this side dish tastes. With basic ingredients and three to five minutes of cooking time, it will be ready in a snap and which leaves more time left for you to indulge.

   In this recipe, we use a Julienne peeler to slice the squash into thin strips. When ready, use a pot that is large enough to hold the vegetable steamer basket. Add enough water to cover the bottom of the pot. Bring the water to a boil and be careful while inserting steamer basket with sliced squash into the pot. Cover it with a lid. Make sure that water doesn’t touch the squash. After the squash is ready, drain the excess water from this vegetable. Top it off with some Feta Cheese and the suggested spices. Then serve.

   This dish will be a great addition to any meal. An easy summer recipe can be consumed as a snack as well. Squash is a very versatile vegetable and can be easily grown in your own vegetable garden throughout the entire summer. It is a good source of nutrients and a tasty wholesome food. We hope you will have fun making this recipe from Food For Your Good test kitchen.


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Steamed Summer Squash

INGREDIENTS

3 medium size Summer Squash
3 tbsp. Olive Oil
1/3 cup crumbled Greek Feta Cheese
1 pinch Sea Salt, Pepper, Red Crushed Pepper
1 pinch natural Seasoning Blend
*including onion, garlic, celery and parsley

DIRECTIONS

1. Remove the  ends from the squash with a knife.
2. Peel the squash skin using a vegetable peeler.
3. Use Julienne peeler to slice thin strips.
4. Steam the squash in the vegetable steamer for 3-5 minutes or until the squash is just tender.
5. When ready, carefully mix in the remaining ingredients.

 

 








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