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

DROOL!

recipe for zucchini

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

xoxo

Myra

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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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