Thursday, July 28, 2011

{Recipe Review} The Gluten Free Homemaker's Zucchini & Sausage


When Linda of The Gluten Free Homemaker posted her recipe for "Zucchini & Sausage" on Monday, I knew I had to make it! (So much for my menu plan this week! lol!) This is the kind of recipe I love. Super simple, one dish, and really it could be a meal all in itself!

I actually didn't change a thing to Linda's recipe (really, I didn't! I promise! lol). I even had fresh basil in the yard that I threw in at the last minute. This recipe makes me wonder why in the world we don't eat sausage for dinner more often. My husband and I both love fresh summer zucchini and the sausage (we buy locally made fresh sausage since we live in a major pork producing area) is just an incredibly flavorful addition.

Honestly, this might be my favorite way to eat zucchini now. We actually had three perfectly sized zucchinis from our backyard garden this year (not surprisingly about the only thing that survived the summer heat and crazy weeds -- I think zucchini plants would survive a nuclear blast... lol)

We served the zucchini & sausage with fresh corn and slices of a beautiful home-grown, vine-ripened tomato from a good friend who has a much greener thumb than I do! lol

Linda, thanks for such an easy and delicious recipe for summer! We loved it!
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4 comments:

  1. Looks SUPER yummy!

    Brooke
    www.TheAnnessaFamily.blogspot.com

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  2. I'm so glad you enjoyed this recipe, Carrie! The corn and tomato look like great additions to the meal. I may have told you before, but my mom has the same Corelle dishes so I always think of her when I see your plates. :)

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  3. hi,
    i just wanted to tell you that i tried out your grain-free peanut butter cupcakes today and did a post about them on my blog. they turned out so well; thank you. :) i'll be back for sure to try more of your recipes!

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  4. That recipe did look tasty! Great job on an easy, tasty dinner!

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Carrie

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