Zucchini Bolognese

This doesn’t really require a whole recipe page but it is such an amazing vegetable dish to make I figured why not. It’s super easy, especially if you can buy the zucchini already shredded ( Iavorone and Van Sise Farms in Woodbury to name a few) it’s packaged and ready to go. Or just buy about 4 zucchini or however many you feel you’ll need and put them through the food processor with the shredding blade ( leave skin on) . After you shred you must wring out any extra moisture, so use a towel and literally wring the zucchini out and allow it to dry out for a bit .  I used my Turkey Bolognese sauce and baked it in the oven.  Prior to putting in gratin dish, I mixed zucchini with turkey Bolognese sauce in a large bowl, placed it in a well sprayed gratin dish and baked in oven for about 1/2 hour till bubbly.  My friend Karyn gave me the tip not to cook zucchini down first, it will just cook in gratin dish in oven, so super easy.  I didn’t add parmesan cheese and left it on the table for everyone to use at their own discretion. It is awesome, and perfect for people not wanting to indulge in pasta . Super satisfying and healthy! Of course you can make this with meatless sauce and it’s vegetarian for those who would prefer meatless. It’s wonderful either way. For Bolognese Recipe just put into my blog Turkey Bolognese and it should come up. Enjoy!

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One response to “Zucchini Bolognese

  1. Reblogged this on Cooking with Candi and commented:

    Re-blog Monday and this is what I’m making tonite. I will make it with my turkey Bolognese recipe. Can’t wait for dinner time!

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