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Sautéed Courgette (Zucchini) with Balsamic Vinegar; Hobs & Ovens — 11 Comments

  1. I’m also excited about the arrival of zucchini season, and this recipe sounds so delicious, especially with the fresh herbs (which I think go so wonderfully with zucchini. Lovely how Mother Nature planned it that way!)
    BTW, I don’t mean to brag, but I ran straight to the kitchen and measured the cooktop of my beloved 1940’s gas stove. 39 inches! That’s one reason I love my stove so much (although nowdays I mostly use my toaster oven for baking.) In the days when I made big Chinese dinners for my friends, I could easily fit two woks on top of the stove.
    I think you’ve arrived at the perfect combination for your future stove!

  2. Simple and wonderful. Mmm, I’m so with you on this recipe. And I would definitely add the garlic back in! Happy stove hunting.

  3. Hope you’ve found the tape measure and the top and oven of your dreams!
    This zucchini looks so meaty good! Think I’d add a little mushroom and for sure keep the garlic in! Teerriffic!!

  4. I’m thrilled to have my first zucchinis just forming now. They are about 3″ long. I figure by tomorrow they’ll be the size of baseball bats!

  5. In India we generally saute zucchini with salt, chilli powder and turmeric powder, and garnish with fresh coconut! I have always been making it like that! This one is on my must try list as its new! Ours are very small in size though.

  6. Great zucchini recipe — I’ve only recently tried it with balsamic, and I think it was an accident — the balsamic spilled on some zucchini and I decided to try it — and wow! Congrats on making a great decision for your stove; you’ll be glad you chose the duel-fuel.

  7. Kalyn, 39″?!?!?!? You can brag! That’s mighty impressive. I wouldn’t have room anywhere in my kitchen for that…but, maybe the new one.
    Lisa, I would too, next time… But I had a non-garlic person with us… (I know!)
    Kevin, It is, thanks.
    Tanna, mushrooms,,,, Hmmmm. I tend to forget to buy them in the summer but I have some in the fridge right now.
    Zoomie, when I have a garden I pick them small and early… Otherwise the start ending up in the compost bin.
    Sunshinemon, that sounds excellent… With fresh coconut? Yum!!!
    Lydia, now I just have to find it. Just because I want it doesn’t mean it exists.
    Lynn, that’s a good idea… I may look a little weird, but what the heck!