Garden Vegetable Purée
We are members of a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture
---essentially, we buy shares of a farm and get fresh produce) and around this time of year there is always plenty of summer squash.
My family does not love summer squash, though. What to do?
The answer is in Jessica Seinfeld's cookbook, Deceptively Delicious. Steam it and purée it. It's ready to use in souffles, pasta "butter" sauce, or baked goods. Wonderful!
The "butter" sauce is one of my family's favorite ways to eat pasta. My husband has such an aversion to zucchini I started calling it garden vegetable. Only this year I forgot that plan and when he asked what was in that delicious pasta I called it magic beans. That was only slightly better than coming right out and calling it zucchini. Maybe next year I'll call it That Which Shall Not Be Named.
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