Zucchini Recipe | Parmesan Zucchini Wedges

I love Summer and the delicious local produce that comes along with it! Zucchini is one of my favorite vegetables of all time. I love Zucchini Chocolate Chip Bread and zucchini casserole {need to share that recipe soon!}.

I’m always looking for new ways to get veggies into my four year old. He loves roasted broccoli, so I decided to give roasted zucchini a try. He loved the Parmesan Zucchini Wedges that we made…especially dipped in ketchup!

recipe for zucchini


recipe for zucchini

Do you like zucchini? What’s your favorite way to fix it?



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  1. Grace says

    This works really well for asparagus too–the only way we eat it :) I like pretty much any veggie—peppers, onions, mushrooms, eggplant are the best—roasted with oil, garlic, and parmesan. Yum!

  2. says

    OK, I don’t like veggies. I gave this a try last night simply because a neighbor brought over some zucchini from their garden and I didn’t want to be wasteful. OHMGOSH! It was so good! I took a token bite and went ahead and ended up eating 3 of the wedges. Those who know me know that is practically unheard of. Thanks for sharing this! So good!
    Vivienne @ The V Spot´s last blog post ..The Ultimate Backyard BBQ! Great ideas for food, drinks and fun!

  3. Marc says

    Used your recipe as a base, but here’s what I did on a grill :) :

    I used EVOO (thanks Polly for the acronym!) and the above ingredients to taste – about 1/4 cup of the Kraft fake stuff (didn’t have time to grate the real stuff in our fridge ) and used the ‘grinder’ version of the salt & pepper from McCormick (fine grind salt, coarse grind pepper) and then used McCormick’s Garlic & Onion mix to round it off for garlic powder. Mix these ingredients in shallow bowl/container for dipping/coating. Cut the zucchini in half through length and circumference ( math words! – Gina) then cut in about 1/8 – 1/4-inch thick ‘slabs’. Brush w/ EVOO and dip in mixture, coating both sides. Preheat grill on med.-high to high. Place slabs on grill, maybe 5-7 min. per side (I don’t know – I did it by sight, not time) and when done, place in covered bowl to let sit & the spices ooze into zucchini. Serve warm. DELISH! Just thought I’d share and say thanks, esp. when my wife finishes off her vegetables!! :)



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