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What’s so good about zucchini?

Exploring the World of Zucchini Recipes: Nutritious, Versatile, and Delicious

A member of the Cucurbitaceae family (making it a fruit), Zucchini is closely related to watermelons, squash, and pumpkins. Zucchini can be roasted, fried, baked, and even spiralized to replace spaghetti for those wanting to partake in a low-carb diet. In addition to its versatility, zucchini also has a wide range of health benefits, including being rich in vitamin A, C, calcium, and zinc and an antioxidant (meaning it protects your body and helps prevent certain health issues). In addition to this, zucchini may also aid digestion, slow down aging, and support a healthy heart.
Fun fact! The longest zucchini on record measured in at a whopping 2.52m, making it much taller than the average human!
Discover delicious zucchini recipes and explore the culinary possibilities of this nutritious and versatile vegetable. From savory zucchini fries to mouthwatering zucchini pasta dishes, we have a wide selection of zucchini recipes for you to try. Incorporate this healthy ingredient into your meals and enjoy its amazing flavors and health benefits.

How to: Zucchini - FAQs

How to cook zucchini?

Zucchini can be baked, sauteed, grilled and air fried.

Is Zucchini a fruit?

Yes. Zucchini is a fruit from the Cucurbitaceae family.

Can you eat zucchini raw?

Yes, zucchini can be eaten raw and is particularly tasty in salads and dips.

How to make zucchini noodles?

Zucchini noodles can be made using a spiralizer or a julienne peeler. All you have to do is cut your zucchini into your desired size, length and width with the tool of your choice and serve them up. You can cook the noodles, but due to their soft, watery texture you run the risk of them getting mushy rather than crisp, so your best bet is to eat them raw.

Can you freeze zucchini?

Yes you can freeze zucchini. Though rather than putting it in the freezer cold, it’s recommended that you cut it into slices and blanche it first in order to prolong its lasting time.
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