Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Pattypan Squash Recipe


I've made this recipe several times already this summer, using yellow squash and/or paddy pan squash.  Truthfully, I didn't even know what paddy pan squash was until my neighbor gave me a plant and I stuck it in the garden with all the rest of my squash.

It's so cute and little (if you keep on top of it) and very tender and tasty.  Here's the oh-so-simple recipe:

Slice yellow squash or cut paddy pan squash into wedges.

Saute in olive oil with a little salt and pepper and some minced garlic.

Sprinkle with chopped fresh basil and feta cheese.

That's it!

7 comments:

Linda Hoye said...

Yum! We've been enjoying these tasty little guys for the first time this year too. I steam them and add butter salt and pepper. Your recipe sounds delicious! I'll try it next. Thanks!

Tessa~ Here there be musing said...

they are so cute! I'd not want to cut them up. -grin- I'd want to keep them, in a dish, on the kitchen island.

Tessa

Mereknits said...

Sounds delicious, and healthy too.
Hugs,
Meredith

Dewena said...

We love these summer squash too! You method of cooking them sounds delicious!

Melinda said...

Something new, have not heard about that one
before.

M : )

Flat Creek Farm said...

yum yum yum! And perfect timing.. thank you! I will try your recipe!

Tessa~ Here there be musing said...

If you would allow me to view your Instagram, would you please send me the link, in a private email? My email addy is on my Profile Page.

No matter if you don't keep up with it.... It's mainly pics anyway, and all pics are fun to look at.


Tessa