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  • #16
    OH is bemoaning the fact that all but one of our courgette plants died, as we can only have two of the belowIn any given week....
    add onion or garlic, creme fraiche and maybe a little bacon or walnut for pasta sauce
    courgette lemon cake, or courgette chocolate cake,
    courgette soup
    Courgette lemon chicke;cous cous for packed lunches
    freeze into ratatouille for winter
    vegetable lasagne (I batch freeze filling, then add pasta and bechemel over the winter months)

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    • #17
      Courgette Salad

      Dressing is olive,oil white wine vinegar, wholegrain mustard and chopped mint.
      Grate or spiralize, carrots and courgettes
      thinly sliced onion
      and a tin of chick peas or beans.

      nice as a side salad or in wraps.

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      • #18
        There is a strange duplicate of this thread which won't disappear from my feed of newest threads. I wouldn't mind but I hate courgettes!
        Always aim for the best result possible not the best possible result

        Forever indebted to Potstubsdustbins

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        • #19
          Thin strips of courgette (lengthways) made with a potato peeler or mandolin.
          Griddle them so they are lightly cooked and have those lovely sear stripes.
          Dunk in lemon juice while still warm.
          Layer in a clean jar, cover in olive oil.
          Stores in the fridge for a while - not sure how long, always gets gobbled up pretty quick here.

          Eat on toasted sourdough, sprinkled with flaky salt.

          Just amazing.
          Last edited by Right Shed Fred; 04-08-2020, 06:48 PM. Reason: Typo, clarity

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          • #20
            Originally posted by peanut View Post
            There is a strange duplicate of this thread which won't disappear from my feed of newest threads. I wouldn't mind but I hate courgettes!
            It’s been flagged with admin so it should be sorted out soon.

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            • #21
              I second chocolate cake (or muffins), lemon crunch cake (David Lebovitz), gnome cakes (River Cottage), (sandwich) bread, orange & rosemary zucchini bread (loaf cake), fritters (Deb Perelman), minestrone soup - lots on the interwebby (Try searching for zucchini, too). I also shred some, measured for specific recipes, and freeze - not as good as fresh, but does in a pinch!

              You can PM me if you want a specific recipe I picked another 13 last night... Good luck!

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              • #22
                You can freeze them and then eat in winter. It's a good idea to make semimanufactures for soups or pure. I like BBQ but the oven ones are even better and healthier. Also, I think you can ask some of your neighbours, they could need it.

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