As a boy, I loved eating my Yia Yia’s stuffed peppers. Unfortunately that was over 20 years ago and the times that I’ve eaten stuffed peppers, stuffed zucchini, anything stuffed, seems too few and far between. Because I couldn’t let another 20 years go by, I decided to give stuffed zucchini and stuffed peppers a whirl. I came across Sara Moulton’s Stuffed Zucchini recipe and made sure to follow it to a “T”. Here is the recipe in five steps. Make sure you give yourself time to make this dish. This is not a quick recipe, there is a lot of chopping and zucchini carving involved, so take your time and enjoy the process. This recipe is a keeper, it tastes better than the food you find in most Greek restaurants, and would make your Yia Yia smile.
Delicious #Stuffed #greek #zucchini step one:#ingredients
Delicious #Stuffed #greek #zucchini step two: scoop out the flesh and bake for 15min
Delicious #Stuffed #greek #zucchini step three: make your stuffing (onion, celery, red peppers, zucchini flesh, garlic, ground beef, ground lamb, white wine, tomatoes, tomato paste, herbes de provence, salt, pepper, feta, olives)
Delicious Stuffed #Greek #Zucchini Step Four: Fill em’ UP! ( sprinkle #breadcrumbs, #parmesan #cheese, and into oven)
Delicious #Stuffed #greek #zucchini last step five: Stuff yourself with delicious stuffed Greek Zucchini!
Left-over stuffing? Make Stuffed Greek Peppers next day!
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