Most zucchini recipes that you find are for preparing savory cuisine. But, if you are looking for a decadent dessert and want to use up some of your zucchini, you are in for a treat with a Zucchini Cobbler recipe that I discovered. I was amazed with how easy this recipe was and the best part is that the zucchini doesn’t taste like a vegetable. In this zucchini cobbler recipe, the zucchini tastes like apples. That’s right, apples! The zucchini cobbler tastes like an apple cobbler.
Try this fabulous recipe for Zucchini Cobbler. I think you’ll like it. The credit for the recipe goes to Rachell Alba, a writer who enjoys preparing delicious meals.
Some people call zucchini squash. Technically, zucchini is not even a vegetable. Botanically speaking, zucchini is a fruit. But, chefs all over the world and trade merchants treat zucchini as a vegetable, so no one is likely to try to correct you if you call a zucchini a vegetable.
You can eat the zucchini flowers. Use them as garnish or fry them after dipping them in a tempura batter. Some people stuff their zucchini flowers. There are actually many ways to prepare zucchini flowers. Only your limited imagination will stop you from coming up with over a dozen ways to enjoy zucchini flowers.
When you harvest your zucchini, try to pick it when it is less than 8 inches in length. When you let zucchini get larger than that, it becomes fibrous. Cook zucchini in a variety of ways – steamed, boiled, grilled, baked, barbecued, fried, or in soups.
Now, don't forget to click on this recipe for Zucchini Cobbler. It has become one of my favorite desserts.