Oodles of zoodles.
Warm summer afternoons call for this delicious prawn, zucchini and mint salad – light, fresh, and perfect for the festive season!
These scrolls are great for school lunchboxes (instead of sandwiches) and after-school snacks.
Twist up dinner ideas with these deliciously healthy crumbed zucchini and slaw wraps. Completely meat free, and full of mouthwatering flavour- you simply can’t go wrong!
Meat-free Monday’s start now!
Low carb pizza?! Yes please! Feed the family this fresh, delicious and super healthy cauliflower ‘pizza’ with mozzarella and zucchini. Now you can have your pizza and eat it too!
A healthy and vegetarian zucchini burger with beetroot and tomato relish.
Tender pumpkin and ribbons of zucchini are delicately flavoured with fresh sage to make this deep, layered vegetable lasagne.
Fresh, hot fritters just can’t be beaten.
Healthy and filling, this zucchini flower and tomato frittata is an instant classic.
A fish burger makes a delicious alternative to a beef burger. You can use white-fleshed fish, or even prawns, instead of the salmon for something different. Note
Not suitable to freeze. Not suitable to microwave. Use a mandoline or V-slicer to slice the zucchini quickly and evenly. Note
Chocolate and zucchini are an unlikely team, but this combination really does work a treat. A clever way to get the kids to eat vegetables without them knowing they’re eating vegetables!
Delicious and perfect to share with friends and family; zucchini, fetta and corn wedges from Australian Women’s Weekly.
Take a different approach to a classic family lasagne, adding this versatile summer vegetable to a spiced pork and veal mince filling.
Zucchini and cheese pie
Zucchini flowers wilt and spoil within a day or two. When buying, look for large bright fresh flowers with the green zucchini attached. Store them flat on a tray, covered with a damp towel then wrapped in plastic wrap.